A few days ago, I posted a long post about using the Classic Block Editor.<<link
While it’s good to learn by repetition, I advise people who want to minimize the hassle of editing in blocks to create a template. Meaning, a draft of a post that they can copy whenever they want a new post.
This post is about creating a Classic Editor Block Template you can copy whenever you want to do a new post.
This is all slides, no words. You can either look at them in the gallery below, or download the .PDF I created:
Create Classic Block Template <<link to PDF (6MB)
As before, it’s probably more detailed than most people need.
Here’s the gallery (and if you have questions, post them below and I’ll try to answer them if I can). Again, the aim here is to create a draft of a post you can copy whenever you want to author a new post:
If you want to share it, feel free to share a link back to this post.
I’m kind of busy with unexpected stuff, so I might not respond right away.
That’s it . . . this post has ended.