Reusable Blocks Extended

Beschreibung

Extend Gutenberg Reusable Blocks feature with a complete admin panel, widgets, shortcodes and PHP functions.

This plugin extends the Reusable Blocks admin interface and provides few fancy features:

  • Add Reusable Blocks dashboard informations
  • Activate Reusable Blocks admin screen
  • Provide a list of Posts where each Reusable Block is used and the date it was last modified
  • Provide a live preview of your reusable blocks from the Reusable Blocks admin screen, with your theme stylesheets
  • Provide a Reusable Blocks Widget to use your block anywhere you want in your theme’s widgets areas
  • Provide a Reusable Blocks Shortcode to use your block anywhere you want in your Post types (even if they use the Classic Editor rather than Gutenberg!)
  • Provide some Reusable Blocks PHP functions to use your block anywhere you want in your theme even

  • NEW: An easy tool to convert reusable blocks to block patterns in one click!

For a full presentation of Reusable Blocks Extended, see this WordCamp Talk synthesis available on my blog.

Screenshots

  • Extended Reusable Blocks admin screen with preview
  • Reusable block widget

Installation

  1. Install the plugin and activate.
  2. Go to Reusable Blocks Admin Menu

FAQ

How to implement Reusable Blocks using Widgets

  • Go to WP-Admin > Appearance > Widgets.
  • Add „Reusable Block“ Widget to your widget area.
  • Choose the reusable block you want to use and save the widget.

How to implement Reusable Blocks with shortcode

  • Go to WP-Admin > Reusable Blocks.
  • Choose the reusable block you want to use; copy the provided shortcode.
  • Then, paste it where you want.

Syntax: [reblex id="NUMERIC_ID_OF_THE_REUSABLE_BLOCK"]

How to implement Reusable Blocks with PHP functions

  • Go to WP-Admin > Reusable Blocks.
  • Choose the reusable block you want to use; copy the provided PHP function.
  • Then, paste it where you want.

Syntax:
reblex_display_block( NUMERIC_ID_OF_THE_REUSABLE_BLOCK );

Note for developers: you may also need to get the shortcode data before displaying it. In this case, you should use the following function:
reblex_get_block( NUMERIC_ID_OF_THE_REUSABLE_BLOCK );

Rezensionen

14. Juli 2022
Ran into a wall trying to get WordPress Core's reusable Gutenberg blocks to work in widget areas. Seems obvious that that's a perfectly reasonable use case. Thank you for making this plugin, it's excellent!
18. November 2021
This is a must have if you use reusable blocks. Easy access via the admin menu bar and it also tells you where your reusable blocks are being used, so you don't accidentally delete any of them. Pure gold, thank you.
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Änderungsprotokoll

0.9

  • Props @chaton666 (Marie Comet) for a small fix.
  • WP 6.0 compatibility.

0.8

  • Performance enhancement on the wp_block list table. Props @grapplerulrich for spotting this.

0.7

  • WP 5.8 compatibility.
  • Replace „Reusable blocks“ menu name with „Blocks“.
  • Small variable name and docs change.
  • Various minor interface improvements.

0.6.2

  • Removes a PHP notice.

0.6.1

  • Fix an issue with polylang plugin (props @eddystile).

0.6

  • Introduces the Block Pattern conversion tool for WP 5.5+.

0.5.1

  • Fixes a bug with ACF Pro Blocks. Props @mbcreation for raising the issue.

0.5

  • Improvement of the preview feature, which is now displaying your reusable blocks in a modal window.

0.4

  • Force block editor for wp_block post type even with Classic Editor plugin activated.
  • Collapsible items improvements.

0.3

  • Make block instances collapsible for a better preview. Props @alfredg.

0.2

  • Use @import instead of link tag or enqueues in the preview iframe.

0.1

  • Plugin initial commit. Works fine 🙂