Code Syntax Highlighting in Gutenberg

I’ve developed a WordPress plugin which extends the core Gutenberg code block adding color syntax highlighting. If you are using Gutenberg to display code and want some color, install and check it out. It is available at github.com/mkaz/code-syntax-block. I initially started to build as a separate block, but that introduced the issue of converting existing […]

Creating a Gutenberg Block

A tutorial on how to build a Gutenberg block. The intended audience is a WordPress theme or plugin developers with some Javascript experience interested in learning what it takes to create a block in the new Gutenberg editor. Updated: See my new post postĀ Gutenberg blocks without the build stepĀ for a simpler example without the extra […]

Install WordPress on Windows Subsystem for Linux

With the latest Creative Update on Windows you can run a full Linux environment, without the need of a virtual machine or other container system. It’s Linux on Windows, and it is pretty nice. The following instructions are how to setup WordPress on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), it also sometimes called Bash on Windows, […]