As a fan of Gutenberg and the block editor, I am always looking for ways to use it in lieu of the legacy page builder and even the Avada builder. For posts and KB articles, I only use Gutenberg and then use Avada to build the layout templates. This is similar to how many modern builders work — Oxygen, Bricks, etc.
As I start to put articles into the KB, I realized there will be times when I don’t want to build an entire page just to demonstrate some technique. But how to demo the results? For simple things using the classic block with the Avada elements is the solution, but what about complex items — multiple elements, nested columns, etc? Enter global library elements and the shortcode block. As an example, I put together a CSS tip for creating a food menu. Since I wanted to show more than one element, I created a global column with nested columns, titles, and text, and then added the shortcode to the post.
In a recent project and for this site's new menu, I needed to change the default of the toggle heading and place the icon on the right side but not pushed the full width of the toggle panel. Fortunately, this is easy to do with a couple of lines of CSS.
If you are a user of RankMath, I suspect you have encountered the annoying notification when you delete an item that is prompting you to set a redirect after you have deleted content. In and of itself, it is actually quite useful, but it doesn’t go away if you close […]
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