Inner Blocks are Gutenberg Blocks that allow inserting additional blocks within your own block. To understand it even better, imagine a shortcode that wraps the content. This content can then be shown or hidden. You can achieve that inside Gutenberg with Inner Blocks.
Gutenberg is coming and if your WordPress plugin is using shortcodes, you might consider building Gutenberg blocks out of the shortcodes. In this tutorial, we will not learn about converting shortcodes into Gutenberg blocks. We will learn how we can integrate Gutenberg blocks into your existing plugins.
WooCommerce comes with several email templates out of the box. It also provides you with a way to register your own emails which are going to be sent on some events. In this tutorial we will learn how to create a new custom WooCommerce Email.
When you’re developing plugins, themes or even custom solutions, you might provide your clients a way to insert custom scripts or styles. When that comes, we usually tend to use the classic textarea field for that. WordPress ships with their own code editor, so why not enhance the user experience by providing a nice way of editing the code? In this tutorial, you’ll see how to use the WordPress Code Editor and integrate it with your own plugin or themes.
When viewing WooCommerce order items, you or your clients might want to have additional information on it. What if you have multiple shipping addresses and you want to see an address under each shipping rate? What if there some Fees on your orders which should have a detailed description? In this tutorial, we are going to see how to manage order item meta in WooCommerce.