If you have added a new Gutenberg block to a section on your page that has already been styled using the global style sheet (CSS) – but it doesn’t look as it should – then there’s just one more step you need to take.
Depending on the layout of your page, you might not be able to drag your Gutenberg blocks around. If you aren’t finding the options to drag your blocks around, here’s a quick fix.
There are areas of your newly developed website that you shouldn’t edit – not because your web developer is precious, but because it could prove to be detrimental to your Search Engine Optimisation.
When adding a new page to your website, you will need to add a well-thought out page title and meta description for Search Engine Optimisation purposes.
If you require your new Wordpress page to appear in the menu (or sub-menu), this video shows you how.
Adding a new blog post/article using WordPress Gutenberg is super easy. This video will show you the steps to do so.
Adding a new page using WordPress Gutenberg is easy. This video outlines how to do so, ensuring you keep on-page Search Engine Optimisation steps in mind.
Reusable Gutenberg blocks that have been created specifically for your website are very useful when adding either repeated sections throughout your website or specifically styled sections. This will save you a lot of time as you won’t need to learn how to re-create them yourself.
Inserting images onto a web page might seem like the easiest task to complete, but there are a couple of very important factors to keep in mind. If you follow these steps, you will help ensure that you have a user-friendly website and are better positioned for Search Engine Optimisation.