Corey McKrill: Gutenberg and WordCamp.org’s Shortcodes

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April 30, 2019

One of the exciting things about Gutenberg blocks is that they can serve a similar purpose to many shortcodes that generate a “block” of content, but with more flexibility and a much more user-friendly interface. Creating Gutenberg versions of your shortcodes is also a good step in future-proofing your plugins and sites. This talk shows how some of the custom shortcodes from WordCamp.org have been adapted into Gutenberg blocks.

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WordCamp Portland 2018 15

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Corey McKrill 1

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shortcodes 6

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English 7835

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