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20 Full Site Editing Tips and Tricks [Video]

In this video:

0:00 – Intro
0:15 – Find Templates you’ve already edited
1:09 – How to Revert Page Templates
1:25 – How to create your own Page Template
2:27 – Creatively use the Row Block
3:00 – How to export your Page Templates
3:15 – How to add Menu items to the Navigation Block
3:30 – How to delete Menus
4:00 – How to rename Menus
4:13 – How to add space between Menu items
4:35 – How to add your own Colour Palettes
5:15 – How to set Global Styles for Individual Gutenberg Blocks
5:55 – How to revert Global Styles back to default styles
6:20 – Pages linked to Page Templates
6:40 – How to display a Hamburger or Mobile menu
7:00 – Add a unique Header or Navigation to a Page
9:15 – How to add Social Sharing icons to every Post
10:00 – How to add a Masonry Blog Page
10:35 – How to create a Featured Post Layout with Query Loop Block

Full Site Editing (FSE) is a feature of WordPress Gutenberg that allows users to edit templates and apply those changes to multiple pages and posts. One of the key features of FSE is the ability to edit templates, such as the single post template, and have those changes apply to all posts on the site. Users can also revert templates back to their default state or create custom templates by creating a new page and selecting the “create a new template” option. Users can also export templates to use on other websites and can add menu items quickly using the list view in the site editor. Other tips and tricks for using WordPress Gutenberg FSE include using the template parts feature to easily reuse blocks of content, creating reusable blocks, and taking advantage of the “parent” and “child” template hierarchy to create more complex templates.

Last updated on January 5, 2023

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