The WordPress Block editor introduced in WordPress 5.0 was originally developed as a feature plugin called Gutenberg.
Blocks are the fundamental element of the editor. They are the primary way in which plugins and themes can register their own functionality and extend the capabilities of the editor.
Blocks for oik plugins
For oik-plugins all blocks were initially developed in the oik-blocks plugin. Since the start of 2020 many of these blocks have been implemented in their relevant plugins.
oik plugins delivering blocks
Several oik plugins now deliver blocks.
- Address – oik/address
Displays your address from oik-options
- Contact form – oik/contact-form
Displays a Contact form
- Countdown – oik/countdown
- Dynamic content block – oik/content-block
Expands content for dynamic oik shortcodes.
- Follow me – oik/follow-me
Displays Social media links
- Google Maps – oik/googlemap
Displays a Google Maps map using oik options
- Shortcode block for oik-shortcodes – oik/shortcode-block
Expands oik shortcodes
- CSV – oik-bbw/csv
Displays CSV content
- Dashicon – oik-bbw/dashicon
- GitHub Issue – oik-bbw/github
Display a link to a GitHub issue
- Search – oik-bbw/search
Displays a search form
- WordPress – oik-bbw/wp
Displays information about WordPress and PHP versions
Total amount of Block related content you’ll find in this site:
|oik – oik information kit||6|
|oik-bob-bing-wide – more blocks and lazy smart shortcodes||5|
|SB Breadcrumbs block||1|
|SB Chart block||1|
|SB Children block||1|
|SB Parent block||1|
|SB Toolicons block||4|
WordPress provides 35 core blocks for creating content in your own site and over 30 blocks for Embedding content from other sites.
Many other plugins and themes have started delivering their own blocks.
Yoast SEO, Jetpack, WooCommerce