Gutenberg (also knows as Block Editor) is the official drag-n-drop builder in WordPress version 5.0+.
It’s gotten so easy now.
While building pages from a blank white screen or a set of form fields is typical for some WordPress users, most of the rest of us would prefer a template or starting point to work off of depending on how much content we have for the landing page.
That’s where the C9 Blocks plugin comes in handy with its pre-loaded page and section templates to speed up the process of building landing page layouts that contain more than a few basic elements.
Templates are composed of the responsive C9 Grid block and other C9 blocks or Gutenberg core blocks.
Once you’ve loaded in your selected templates, you can start clicking into each block to make adjustments to:
- The spacing between blocks
- Container size
- Grid column widths
- Number of columns and rows
- The alignment of background images or videos
- The colors of font headings and buttons.
The C9 Blocks plugin uses a combination of Bootstrap classes and CSS Grid to account for all of the layout, spacing, color, font, and alignment classes that can generate just about any layout you can imagine when it comes to creating event landing pages.
The C9 Blocks plugin is part of a collection of Gutenberg tools. Try out the C9 Starter Theme and C9 Admin plugin to upgrade the page editing experience so it looks the same on the backend as it does on the frontend.
Building responsive landing pages for events can be very overwhelming if you’re just getting started, or on a tight deadline to make content edits. That’s where pre-built templates from C9 Blocks can really shine. You’ll never have to worry about decision paralysis when building complex layouts, and your content will always look like it’s been professionally designed.