When you want to use blocks in Gutenberg for clients AND you do NOT want a client to edit a specific element inside the block.
- For instance, a title or image layout.
Create a CSS class for that element and put
pointer-events: none;. Works like a charm! Thanks to Roberto Porcar who told me this (he got it from FB somewhere). This is hilarious!
I love your blog and your content :)!
I found this gem of a plugin some weeks ago:
Thomas is a nice and awesome developer. At the moment you can buy this plugin LTD for $19. It’s a real steal. Im using it on different sites – it’s AWESOME! And the road map is fantastic too. Price is going up on sept 15th and he asked to share. And I thought Jhonny is the man to share awesome plugins :)!
Would be awesome to see a quick review from you!
Hope you like it!
Im not connected to Thomas in any way. Only a happy user ;).
Oh I absolutely love that one. I already have it! It’s very clever and beautifully made.
GREAT :). Somehow I felt bad when I only paid $19…
Hahaha, yes you should! This thing is awesome. For that you have to find 10 other people to buy it.
Mark W Gason
Happy fields is still a great plugin but now pro is $59.
That ain’t that bad.