It’s no secret that I’m a huge proponent of Gutenberg, the new block editor to be released next month in WordPress 5.0.
Introducing Block Gallery, a new suite of gallery blocks for the WordPress Gutenberg block editor.Tweet
I’m exited to share something new that I’ve been working on. Introducing Block Gallery, a new suite of gallery blocks which enable folks build beautiful galleries within Gutenberg. And guess what, you can download Block Gallery from the WordPress plugins directory today.
One of my favorite features of the block editor is transforms. Block Gallery leverages this functionality, letting folks easily transform one gallery into another — with just a single click.
As you can see, you may easily switch from a masonry gallery to a carousel with just a single click. All images, settings and styles migrate seamlessly.
Take a look
Using the carousel block bundled in Block Gallery, below you’ll find a few screenshots of the gallery blocks in action, featuring my Gutenberg-primed Tabor WordPress theme.
Right off, I wanted to build a system where each gallery is as intuitive and natural as the last. Each block has been delicately refined to present the best possible user experience. From adding new images to applying a stunning image filter — every facet of the interface has been fined-tuned for excellence.
Download Block Gallery today
Block Gallery can be downloaded from the official WordPress Plugins Directory. And if you need a Gutenberg WordPress theme, check out my latest two: Tabor and Forte. Both are great WordPress themes to dive into Gutenberg with and work flawlessly with Block Gallery.