Mel Choyce: Designing your first Gutenberg block

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September 19, 2019

Sometimes the hardest part of a new project is just getting started. In this new Gutenberg-powered world, what does it mean to design a block? Where do I put my shortcode attributes? What’s this toolbar? Mel will show you examples of blocks she designed and go over the basic anatomy of a Gutenberg block. You’ll learn how a block is structured, where to put your settings, and user experience tips to ensure your users or customers are set up for success. No prior design experience is required, and developers are encouraged to attend!

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WordCamp Europe 2019 39

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Mel Choyce 21

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Gutenberg 172
Gutenberg Block 10

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English 8315

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