Migrating from a classic WordPress theme to a block theme that incorporates the new Full Site Editor (FSE) can feel like a difficult task. But with a little guidance and understanding of the new features and tools available, the migration process can be smooth and efficient. This article will guide you through the steps required to successfully migrate your classic WordPress theme to a block theme using the Full Site Editor.
The first part of the article will cover general configurations, while in the second part, we’ll have a more in-depth look at some theme-specific features.
We’re excited to announce the release of our first food blog block theme — Foodie Blocks! The new theme is an ideal fit for food bloggers that seek a fast and reliable theme and want to use all the benefits of the WordPress Site Editor on their food blog.
Meticulously optimized and packed with premium customization options, Foodie Blocks is intended to enhance your food blogging experience, as well as your readers’.
Make use of the 6 color schemes and integrated block patterns to quickly set up your blog and match your branding. The custom Recipe Index template and Recipe Card Blocks integration are ready to display your recipes in a structured and visually-appealing way.
The theme also includes social media integration for easy sharing, SEO optimization to improve visibility, and responsive design to ensure your blog looks great on any device.
Our premium portfolio block theme is intended to provide you with the benefits of Full Site Editing and portfolio-specific features which will make your videos and photography stand out.
Packed with pre-made starter sites that can be easily loaded in one click and color styles, the theme provides a user-friendly and fast setup experience. Moreover, Inspiro Blocks PRO is made with speed efficiency in mind, so your website visitors will navigate your portfolio smoothly. This is a great advantage for converting visitors into clients.
These and other premium features included in the theme are intended to help creative professionals and agencies showcase their work hassle-free and with maximum visual impact.
If you’re looking to build or expand your website, you might have heard about page builders. These provide a fast way to design your pages. However, the WordPress Site Editor works in a similar way, so you might be wondering which tool to use.
By looking at the key differences between the Site Editor and page-building plugins, you should be able to select the right option for your needs. For instance, page builders give you more control over your website, but the Site Editor is a little easier to use.
In this post, we’ll take a closer look at the WordPress Site Editor and page builders. Then, we’ll see how these tools stack up against each other across three key areas. Let’s get started! Continue Reading