One of the many shortcomings that the WordPress block editor still has to be able to compete with layout tools like Divi or Elementor is the ability to add animations to the different blocks of the editor. But in reality it is something easily fixable.
Sometimes we use too many block plugins and we may not even use them but we don’t know where we have them or if we have them on a page.
The new way of adding blocks can be a little frustrating for the ones that were used to the old version. Let’s fight to get back our beloved “most used blocks” with a simple change.
The WordPress block editor added a while ago the possibility of adding blocks in “wide width” or “full width”. But not all themes support it so we are going to learn how to make it possible with those ones.
The media and text block is the most versatile and practical of all those offered by the WordPress editor, but it has some problems with the mobile version of websites. But it’s something that we can easily fix.
If you didn’t try to create your own block patterns without knowing how to program, you’ll no longer have an excuse because there are several plugins that make creating block patterns trivial.
The WordPress block editor has made it much easier to create tables, but not borderless ones. And I’ve seen users that have installed a plugin just for this, when in fact it’s not necessary