Adding Cover Post Templates to TT2 Gopher block theme
As I am preparing to make write ups on single post cover and author templates, as creating additional new templates types have been added into the recent Gutenberg 13.7 release, its time update the TT2 Gopher blocks demo theme prepared for the CSS-Tricks articles. I have been working on and off for a while to create author and single post templates using Cover and post featured image blocks, its time time to update those drafts and consolidate the codes across my block themes including Khesara and TT2 Gopher Blocks.
Finally to-day, I submitted a manuscript for publication consideration on CSS-Tricks. The TT2 Gopher blocks GitHub repository has not been updated yet but am planning to-do after I hear about it from the Digital Ocean editorial team.
Notes: This post is part-3 of the leaning note series towards understanding creating additional template types using full site editing (FSE) interface.. This learning post is still in active development and updated regularly. Traditionally, block themes allow creating some common template types like front-page, single, page, archive, search, 404 and index. However, in classic themes […]
Note: This post is part of understanding new features in full site editing (FSE) interface. This learning post is still in active development and updated regularly. The recently released Gutenberg 13.3 has enhanced and added some interesting block features including a new table of content blocks, border control and post terms variations features. Among theme […]
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