Unfortunately it has been a bit quiet here lately because I simply didn't have the time for new contributions. When it comes to WordPress Block Patterns, my fingers itches because I see them as an absolute game changer for WordPress. With WordPress 5.5 the new block patterns will finally be available and will hopefully soon be able to use their full potential.
With Custom Color Palette, I published my latest plugin on WordPress.org last week, which I would now like to introduce in a short article. With the plugin you can easily create your own color palette for Gutenberg in the customizer.
With the upcoming Gutenberg editor, colors for paragraphs of text and certain content blocks can be specified for the first time. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to register your own Gutenberg color palette and define colors that match the theme.
The future WordPress editor divides minds and calls both supporters and opponents on the scene. In this post, I'll show five reasons for Gutenberg and why I think we need the new blocks in the WordPress core.
With the Drop Shadow Boxes plugin, you can quickly and easily insert text boxes with drop shadows into WordPress posts and pages. The boxes with shading can be created with a shortcode generator, a Gutenberg block or as a widget.
With a new category in my blog, I would also like to give insights into my WordPress theme business in the future. In addition to the usual WordPress tutorials and plugin reviews, I would now like to report regularly about what things I have personally dealt with during the month and what I am currently working on.