The new Gutenberg editor is here, and with it comes the new block-based page builder.
We have built these content blocks so you can simply drag and drop them into your editor, configure to your wishes and you are done!
Getting Started with LSX Blocks
- Login to the backend of your WordPress website.
- Navigate to the “Plugins” item in your dashboard.
- Select “Add New”.
- Search for “LSX Blocks” in the plugin search bar.
- Once you see the LSX Blocks plugin, select “Install”.
- Activate the plugin.
- That’s it, you can now make use of the LSX Blocks when building a new post or page!
Looking for more information on setting up your individual blocks? Check out our Block Documentation for a full breakdown on using the blocks.
LSX Blocks currently includes the following blocks:
- Post Carousel Block – Block Demo
- Container Block – Block Demo
- Inline Notice Block – Block Demo
- Accordion Block – Block Demo
- Sharing Block – Block Demo
- Call-To-Action Block – Block Demo
- Button Block – Block Demo
- Divider Block – Block Demo
- Author Profile Block – Block Demo
- Drop Cap Block – Block Demo
- Card Block – Block Demo
- Hero Image (Banner) – Block Demo
LSX Blocks Help & Support
If you are experiencing issues with the LSX Blocks Plugin, please log any bug issues you are having on the Github Issues page.
Contributing to the LSX Blocks plugin
If you’re a developer who’s spotted a bug issue and have a fix, or simply have functionality you think would extend our core plugin, we are always happy to accept your contribution! Visit the LSX Blocks Plugin on Github and submit a Pull Request with your updates.
The LSX Blocks plugin was developed with the use of Atomic Blocks.
Back-end Gutenberg block selection
Block Settings Screenshot – Recommend LSX Container
Block Usage Screenshot 1
Block Usage Screenshot 2
Block Usage Screenshot 3