I talk briefly about WordPress block theme parts and compare them to the classic theme equivalent.
I discover how to add a navigation block to a WordPress block theme. I note some of the markup that can be used with such blocks.
I find out how to add classes to WordPress blocks without breaking the WordPress editor.
There are two types of WordPress block template markup, just as there are two types of HTML tags. I explain.
I have an idea for helping with WordPress block templates: an auto-completion package for Sublime Text.
I try to make sense of how to create WordPress blocks programatically.
I look for documentation to help with creating my WordPress block theme Panda-Puss.
I grumble about WordPress blocks – again.
I finally get down to writing code for my WP Panda-Puss theme. It’s confusing.
I use my new Pandammonium logo as a base for my new Blipper Widget logo.