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    @wordpress/block-editor
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    Block Editor

    This module allows you to create and use standalone block editors.

    Installation

    Install the module

    npm install @wordpress/block-editor --save

    This package assumes that your code will run in an ES2015+ environment. If you're using an environment that has limited or no support for ES2015+ such as IE browsers then using core-js will add polyfills for these methods.

    Usage

    import {
    	BlockEditorProvider,
    	BlockList,
    	WritingFlow,
    	ObserveTyping,
    } from '@wordpress/block-editor';
    import { SlotFillProvider, Popover } from '@wordpress/components';
    import { useState } from '@wordpress/element';
    
    function MyEditorComponent() {
    	const [ blocks, updateBlocks ] = useState( [] );
    
    	return (
    		<BlockEditorProvider
    			value={ blocks }
    			onInput={ ( blocks ) => updateBlocks( blocks ) }
    			onChange={ ( blocks ) => updateBlocks( blocks ) }
    		>
    			<SlotFillProvider>
    				<Popover.Slot name="block-toolbar" />
    				<WritingFlow>
    					<ObserveTyping>
    						<BlockList />
    					</ObserveTyping>
    				</WritingFlow>
    				<Popover.Slot />
    			</SlotFillProvider>
    		</BlockEditorProvider>
    	);
    }
    
    // Make sure to load the block editor stylesheets too
    // import '@wordpress/components/build-style/style.css';
    // import '@wordpress/block-editor/build-style/style.css';

    In this example, we're instantiating a block editor. A block editor is composed by a BlockEditorProvider wrapper component where you pass the current array of blocks and on each change the onInput or onChange callbacks are called depending on whether the change is considered persistent or not.

    Inside BlockEditorProvider, you can nest any of the available @wordpress/block-editor UI components to build the UI of your editor.

    In the example above we're rendering the BlockList to show and edit the block list. For instance we could add a custom sidebar and use the BlockInspector component to be able to edit the advanced settings for the currently selected block. (See the API for the list of all the available components).

    The Popover.Slot with the name="block-toolbar" prop is used to render the toolbar for a selected block.

    In the example above, there's no registered block type, in order to use the block editor successfully make sure to register some block types. For instance, registering the core block types can be done like so:

    import { registerCoreBlocks } from '@wordpress/block-library';
    
    registerCoreBlocks();
    
    // Make sure to load the block stylesheets too
    // import '@wordpress/block-library/build-style/style.css';
    // import '@wordpress/block-library/build-style/editor.css';
    // import '@wordpress/block-library/build-style/theme.css';

    API

    # AlignmentControl

    Undocumented declaration.

    # AlignmentToolbar

    Undocumented declaration.

    # Autocomplete

    Related

    # BlockAlignmentControl

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockAlignmentToolbar

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockBreadcrumb

    Block breadcrumb component, displaying the hierarchy of the current block selection as a breadcrumb.

    Returns

    • WPElement: Block Breadcrumb.

    # BlockColorsStyleSelector

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockContextProvider

    Component which merges passed value with current consumed block context.

    Related

    Parameters

    • props BlockContextProviderProps:

    # BlockControls

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockEdit

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockEditorKeyboardShortcuts

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockEditorProvider

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockFormatControls

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockIcon

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockInspector

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockList

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockMover

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockNavigationDropdown

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockPreview

    BlockPreview renders a preview of a block or array of blocks.

    Related

    Parameters

    • preview Object: options for how the preview should be shown
    • preview.blocks Array|Object: A block instance (object) or an array of blocks to be previewed.
    • preview.viewportWidth number: Width of the preview container in pixels. Controls at what size the blocks will be rendered inside the preview. Default: 700.

    Returns

    • WPComponent: The component to be rendered.

    # BlockSelectionClearer

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockSettingsMenu

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockSettingsMenuControls

    Related

    Parameters

    • props Object: Fill props.

    Returns

    • WPElement: Element.

    # BlockTitle

    Renders the block's configured title as a string, or empty if the title cannot be determined.

    Usage

    <BlockTitle clientId="afd1cb17-2c08-4e7a-91be-007ba7ddc3a1" />

    Parameters

    • props Object:
    • props.clientId string: Client ID of block.

    Returns

    • ?string: Block title.

    # BlockToolbar

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockVerticalAlignmentControl

    Undocumented declaration.

    # BlockVerticalAlignmentToolbar

    Undocumented declaration.

    # ButtonBlockerAppender

    Related

    # ColorPalette

    Undocumented declaration.

    # ColorPaletteControl

    Undocumented declaration.

    # ContrastChecker

    Undocumented declaration.

    # CopyHandler

    Undocumented declaration.

    # createCustomColorsHOC

    A higher-order component factory for creating a 'withCustomColors' HOC, which handles color logic for class generation color value, retrieval and color attribute setting.

    Use this higher-order component to work with a custom set of colors.

    Usage

    const CUSTOM_COLORS = [ { name: 'Red', slug: 'red', color: '#ff0000' }, { name: 'Blue', slug: 'blue', color: '#0000ff' } ];
    const withCustomColors = createCustomColorsHOC( CUSTOM_COLORS );
    // ...
    export default compose(
        withCustomColors( 'backgroundColor', 'borderColor' ),
        MyColorfulComponent,
    );

    Parameters

    • colorsArray Array: The array of color objects (name, slug, color, etc... ).

    Returns

    • Function: Higher-order component.

    # DefaultBlockAppender

    Undocumented declaration.

    # FontSizePicker

    Undocumented declaration.

    # getColorClassName

    Returns a class based on the context a color is being used and its slug.

    Parameters

    • colorContextName string: Context/place where color is being used e.g: background, text etc...
    • colorSlug string: Slug of the color.

    Returns

    • ?string: String with the class corresponding to the color in the provided context. Returns undefined if either colorContextName or colorSlug are not provided.

    # getColorObjectByAttributeValues

    Provided an array of color objects as set by the theme or by the editor defaults, and the values of the defined color or custom color returns a color object describing the color.

    Parameters

    • colors Array: Array of color objects as set by the theme or by the editor defaults.
    • definedColor ?string: A string containing the color slug.
    • customColor ?string: A string containing the customColor value.

    Returns

    • ?Object: If definedColor is passed and the name is found in colors, the color object exactly as set by the theme or editor defaults is returned. Otherwise, an object that just sets the color is defined.

    # getColorObjectByColorValue

    Provided an array of color objects as set by the theme or by the editor defaults, and a color value returns the color object matching that value or undefined.

    Parameters

    • colors Array: Array of color objects as set by the theme or by the editor defaults.
    • colorValue ?string: A string containing the color value.

    Returns

    • ?Object: Color object included in the colors array whose color property equals colorValue. Returns undefined if no color object matches this requirement.

    # getFontSize

    Returns the font size object based on an array of named font sizes and the namedFontSize and customFontSize values. If namedFontSize is undefined or not found in fontSizes an object with just the size value based on customFontSize is returned.

    Parameters

    • fontSizes Array: Array of font size objects containing at least the "name" and "size" values as properties.
    • fontSizeAttribute ?string: Content of the font size attribute (slug).
    • customFontSizeAttribute ?number: Contents of the custom font size attribute (value).

    Returns

    • ?Object: If fontSizeAttribute is set and an equal slug is found in fontSizes it returns the font size object for that slug. Otherwise, an object with just the size value based on customFontSize is returned.

    # getFontSizeClass

    Returns a class based on fontSizeName.

    Parameters

    • fontSizeSlug string: Slug of the fontSize.

    Returns

    • string: String with the class corresponding to the fontSize passed. The class is generated by appending 'has-' followed by fontSizeSlug in kebabCase and ending with '-font-size'.

    # getFontSizeObjectByValue

    Returns the corresponding font size object for a given value.

    Parameters

    • fontSizes Array: Array of font size objects.
    • value number: Font size value.

    Returns

    • Object: Font size object.

    # getGradientSlugByValue

    Retrieves the gradient slug per slug.

    Parameters

    • gradients Array: Gradient Palette
    • value string: Gradient value

    Returns

    • string: Gradient slug.

    # getGradientValueBySlug

    Retrieves the gradient value per slug.

    Parameters

    • gradients Array: Gradient Palette
    • slug string: Gradient slug

    Returns

    • string: Gradient value.

    # InnerBlocks

    Related

    # Inserter

    Undocumented declaration.

    # InspectorAdvancedControls

    Related

    # InspectorControls

    Related

    # JustifyContentControl

    Undocumented declaration.

    # JustifyToolbar

    Undocumented declaration.

    # LineHeightControl

    Undocumented declaration.

    # MediaPlaceholder

    Related

    # MediaReplaceFlow

    Undocumented declaration.

    # MediaUpload

    Related

    # MediaUploadCheck

    Related

    # MultiSelectScrollIntoView

    Deprecated

    Scrolls the multi block selection end into view if not in view already. This is important to do after selection by keyboard.

    # NavigableToolbar

    Undocumented declaration.

    # ObserveTyping

    Related

    # PanelColorSettings

    Undocumented declaration.

    # PlainText

    Related

    # PreserveScrollInReorder

    Undocumented declaration.

    # RichText

    Related

    # RichTextShortcut

    Undocumented declaration.

    # RichTextToolbarButton

    Undocumented declaration.

    # SETTINGS_DEFAULTS

    The default editor settings

    Type Definition

    • SETTINGS_DEFAULT Object

    Properties

    • alignWide boolean: Enable/Disable Wide/Full Alignments
    • supportsLayout boolean: Enable/disable layouts support in container blocks.
    • imageEditing boolean: Image Editing settings set to false to disable.
    • imageSizes Array: Available image sizes
    • maxWidth number: Max width to constraint resizing
    • allowedBlockTypes boolean|Array: Allowed block types
    • hasFixedToolbar boolean: Whether or not the editor toolbar is fixed
    • focusMode boolean: Whether the focus mode is enabled or not
    • styles Array: Editor Styles
    • keepCaretInsideBlock boolean: Whether caret should move between blocks in edit mode
    • bodyPlaceholder string: Empty post placeholder
    • titlePlaceholder string: Empty title placeholder
    • codeEditingEnabled boolean: Whether or not the user can switch to the code editor
    • __experimentalCanUserUseUnfilteredHTML boolean: Whether the user should be able to use unfiltered HTML or the HTML should be filtered e.g., to remove elements considered insecure like iframes.
    • __experimentalBlockDirectory boolean: Whether the user has enabled the Block Directory
    • __experimentalBlockPatterns Array: Array of objects representing the block patterns
    • __experimentalBlockPatternCategories Array: Array of objects representing the block pattern categories

    # SkipToSelectedBlock

    Undocumented declaration.

    # store

    Store definition for the block editor namespace.

    Related

    Type

    • Object

    # storeConfig

    Block editor data store configuration.

    Related

    Type

    • Object

    # ToolSelector

    Undocumented declaration.

    # transformStyles

    Applies a series of CSS rule transforms to wrap selectors inside a given class and/or rewrite URLs depending on the parameters passed.

    Parameters

    • styles Array: CSS rules.
    • wrapperClassName string: Wrapper Class Name.

    Returns

    • Array: converted rules.

    # Typewriter

    Ensures that the text selection keeps the same vertical distance from the viewport during keyboard events within this component. The vertical distance can vary. It is the last clicked or scrolled to position.

    # URLInput

    Related

    # URLInputButton

    Related

    # URLPopover

    Related

    # useBlockDisplayInformation

    Hook used to try to find a matching block variation and return the appropriate information for display reasons. In order to to try to find a match we need to things: 1. Block's client id to extract it's current attributes. 2. A block variation should have set isActive prop to a proper function.

    If for any reason a block variaton match cannot be found, the returned information come from the Block Type. If no blockType is found with the provided clientId, returns null.

    Parameters

    • clientId string: Block's client id.

    Returns

    • ?WPBlockDisplayInformation: Block's display information, or null when the block or its type not found.

    # useBlockEditContext

    Undocumented declaration.

    # useBlockProps

    This hook is used to lightly mark an element as a block element. The element should be the outermost element of a block. Call this hook and pass the returned props to the element to mark as a block. If you define a ref for the element, it is important to pass the ref to this hook, which the hook in turn will pass to the component through the props it returns. Optionally, you can also pass any other props through this hook, and they will be merged and returned.

    Parameters

    • props Object: Optional. Props to pass to the element. Must contain the ref if one is defined.
    • options Object: Options for internal use only.
    • options.__unstableIsHtml boolean:

    Returns

    • Object: Props to pass to the element to mark as a block.

    # validateThemeColors

    Given an array of theme colors checks colors for validity

    Parameters

    • colors Array: The array of theme colors

    Returns

    • Array: The array of valid theme colors or the default colors

    # validateThemeGradients

    Given an array of theme gradients checks gradients for validity

    Parameters

    • gradients Array: The array of theme gradients

    Returns

    • Array: The array of valid theme gradients or the default gradients

    # Warning

    Related

    # withColorContext

    Undocumented declaration.

    # withColors

    A higher-order component, which handles color logic for class generation color value, retrieval and color attribute setting.

    For use with the default editor/theme color palette.

    Usage

    export default compose(
        withColors( 'backgroundColor', { textColor: 'color' } ),
        MyColorfulComponent,
    );

    Parameters

    • colorTypes ...(Object|string): The arguments can be strings or objects. If the argument is an object, it should contain the color attribute name as key and the color context as value. If the argument is a string the value should be the color attribute name, the color context is computed by applying a kebab case transform to the value. Color context represents the context/place where the color is going to be used. The class name of the color is generated using 'has' followed by the color name and ending with the color context all in kebab case e.g: has-green-background-color.

    Returns

    • Function: Higher-order component.

    # withFontSizes

    Higher-order component, which handles font size logic for class generation, font size value retrieval, and font size change handling.

    Parameters

    • fontSizeNames ...(Object|string): The arguments should all be strings. Each string contains the font size attribute name e.g: 'fontSize'.

    Returns

    • Function: Higher-order component.

    # WritingFlow

    Handles selection and navigation across blocks. This component should be wrapped around BlockList.

    Parameters

    • props Object: Component properties.
    • props.children WPElement: Children to be rendered.



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