This is a demo page for Stackable. Stackable is a block collection for the Gutenberg editor. It comes with 27 new blocks that you can insert and rearrange without getting messy with the code.

This demo page was created for our review of Gutenberg block plugins. The original article can be found here.

Gutenberg — now called the Block Editor — lets WordPress users choose from a library of different content blocks instead of being limited to a single WYSIWYG editor. More and more block plugins are being introduced, so we reviewed some popular block libraries.

This page was built using Stackable. Using only blocks provided by Stackable we tried to match this mockup as closely as possible. Stackable comes with 10 blocks:

  • Advanced Columns & Grid Block
  • Container Block
  • Advanced Heading Block
  • Advanced Text Block
  • Icon Block
  • Separator Block
  • Posts Block
  • Feature Grid Block
  • Accordion Block
  • Image Box Block
  • Feature Block
  • Icon List Block
  • Call to Action Block
  • Card Block
  • Header Block
  • Count Up Block
  • Video Popup Block
  • Pricing Box Block
  • Testimonial Block
  • Team Members Block
  • Notification Block
  • Number Box Block
  • Expand / Show More Block
  • Button Block
  • Blockquote Block
  • Divider Block
  • Spacer Block

More Library-Specific Blocks Go Here

Not all block libraries carry the same blocks. Here are some interesting blocks provided by Stackable.

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