GenerateBlocks is in my opinion an essential plugin for the WordPress block editor (also known as Gutenberg). GenerateBlocks give you four blocks to work with in total. There’s the container, grid, headline, and buttons block. It might not sound like much but you can get so much done using just those four blocks. I heavily use GenerateBlocks on all of my sites ever since the first beta version was released.
The same team that brought us GeneratePress is also responsible for GenerateBlocks. And GenerateBlocks are perfect for use with the block element which is part of GeneratePress Premium. To help you get started I’ve created, and am still creating, a bunch of GenerateBlocks guides. All the guides are a product of actually working with GenerateBlocks on multiple websites.
Using a code snippet you can insert a post’s title as a shortcode anywhere on your sites and also in Block Elements.
Breadcrumbs are navigational elements used to enhance the visitor’s experience and improve SEO. Here’s how you can add them to GeneratePress.
Using block elements in GeneratePress you can design good-looking top bars containing links, newsletter forms, social icons, and much more!
A sticky footer is a perfect place to display ads in GeneratePress as it will follow the visitor around as they browse your articles or website.
WP Show Posts adds quite a large margin to each article’s title when using only a single column. Here’s how to fix that.
It turns out you can make any block sticky with just a few lines of CSS. With that, I can finally replace my sidebars with GeneratePress Block Elements.
Here’s how you can create good-looking footers using the GeneratePress Block Element in combination with GenerateBlocks.
This guide will show you how to add related posts to any post or page in GeneratePress using WP Show Posts.
In this guide, I will show you how to add AdSense ads to your WordPress website using GeneratePress and GeneratePress Elements.