What’s new in Gutenberg? (25 March)

Author: WordPress.org

Date: March 26, 2020 

Category: Make WordPress Core

This release is mostly focused on polish work for the Block UI redesign.

It also includes an official API to register custom Block patterns from themes and plugins. The API is still a work-in-progress and might evolve before reaching WordPress Core.

register_pattern( 'my-plugin/my-awesome-pattern', array( 'title' => __( 'Two buttons' ), 'content' => "<!-- wp:buttons {"align":"center"} -->n<div class="wp-block-buttons aligncenter"><!-- wp:button {"backgroundColor":"very-dark-gray","borderRadius":0} -->n<div class="wp-block-button"><a class="wp-block-button__link has-background has-very-dark-gray-background-color no-border-radius">Button One</a></div>n<!-- /wp:button -->nn<!-- wp:button {"textColor":"very-dark-gray","borderRadius":0,"className":"is-style-outline"} -->n<div class="wp-block-button is-style-outline"><a class="wp-block-button__link has-text-color has-very-dark-gray-color no-border-radius">Button Two</a></div>n<!-- /wp:button --></div>n<!-- /wp:buttons -->", ) ); 7.8 Enhancements Add visible labels to BlockPatternPicker pattern selection buttons 19789 Adds

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