Posted by Igor Benic

Web Developer who mainly uses WordPress for projects. Working on various project through Codeable & Toptal. Author of several ebooks at


  1. Hello Igor,
    I see that you have used vanilla html controls in your react component and then integrated reactjs with WordPress. However I am still unable to wrap my head around integrating prebuilt react UI components like

    in my react component and then integrating the component with WordPress. How would we do the same?
    I have been told to build the component (with the prebuilt react UI components), generate the bundled javascript\css files for the component using webpack (or the create-React-app build scripts) and then enqueue them in wordpress. This however does not work. please see here:

    Similarly in this tutorial, you have a added a “No recommended in production, better to babelify your script”, when registering\enqueuing babel-js scripts. Can you provide more details around the same, in your next tutorial?


  2. I have an article on setting up Webpack 3 to work with ES6 and later so that might help you.

    I have not yet encountered such issue so I could not give you any advice from my own experience. But if you do happen to solve it, please let me know in a reply on this comment.


  3. I installed this and I’m getting an error “Target container is not a DOM element”. How do I fix this?


    1. Hi Ilene, I’ve tried it and it works fine on my side. Can you check if all the code is written correctly?


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