If you are proficient enough with HTML to create an element for your website, and you’d like it to be a Gutenberg block, but lack the other skills to create blocks, Lazy Blocksy might be worth checking out.
I created a HTML Details / Summary block in the matter of minutes, as I missed that in the block editor. If you don’t know about the
Here’s what it looks like without any styling:
FAQ-like Group block with three custom blocks
How hard is it to create blocks with Lazy Blocks?It’s very easy. The Gutenberg Block JS/PHP part is taken care of. All you need is some HTML and optionally CSS knowledge.
Is there any documentation available?Yes. nK – the company behind Lazy Blocks, provides quite detailed documentation on their website.
Why not just install block collection plugins?Maybe you only need a few blocks of a large collection that possible bloats your site. Maybe the block isn’t available, like the HTML details element.
Does it work with WordPress 5.9Well, it surely appears so 😊
Custom blocks in the block editor
Content for the blocks, can either be entered in the side panel to the right, or within the editor, or both, depending on what type of content it is. In the demo, I’ve only used simple text fields, but Lazy Blocks supports a wide range of fields.
Extract from WordPress.org
Create custom blocks visually, add controls to your blocks using drag & drop, write blocks output using HTML or PHP code. You can create custom blocks as well as custom meta fields for specific post types. Furthermore, you are able to create post templates with predefined blocks for any post type.https://wordpress.org/plugins/lazy-blocks/