Gosign has an alternative to blocks, offering them individually. This makes it harder to manage them all but improves discoverability.
Formerly known as: Archive Mapping and Post Selector Gutenberg Block
A very simple plugin to limit visibility of your content based on user roles, while offering an alternative area to add the content that will be shown to non logged-in users.
This block could be used to create a simple membership site, for instance.
We could also insert a reusable block in the “public” area with a call to action asking visitors to register, in order to gain access to that content.
This is what the plugin looks like in the backend:
The plugin has a setting to specify the exact user role that will have access to a given instance of the block:
The author of the plugin mentions some features coming down the road:
- Login Block
- Register Block
- Password Reset Block
- Restrict entire pages / posts, not just inline content
The plugin looks a little bit abandoned at the moment (no updates for the last 9 months) but I was able to confirm it works fine both with the WP core version of the editor (5.2) and with the beta/plugin version (6.6.0)
This is what the plugin looks like in action:
This is the public content
You will only see this, of course 🙂
Historically tab blocks have been something relatively tricky to do, requiring fiddling around with shortcodes or, worse even, inserting them into theme templates (I have a dark past, I will admit that).
Fortunately there are many block collections which come with built in tab blocks and that will make it a lot simpler to manage your tabs.
Here are a few ordered from the most basic ones to those with more options/settings. I plan to add more blocks in the future as I review more block collections:
A little meta-update, while I am here:
After updating gu10.blog to WP 5.3 I spotted an error `o is not a function` when trying to update my content.
I also noticed that this error was hiding my categories and tags from the sidebar.
I noticed the error has already been reported here ,for now I will have to disable the plugin and continue with the core 6.7 version of Gutenberg.
UPDATE: It looks like the issue resurfaced and is again being discussed here:
This block works similarly to Ben’s Slider for Gutenberg but has more settings/options as it uses columns and horizontal scroll, making it a lot more detailed, flexible and intuitive to use:
This plugin create a “Carousel Holder” which allows
any block type inside each of its slides only images followed by paragraphs.
If you need a slider container that allows to add any type of block inside I would recommend the Carousel Block instead.