UI Elements (Gutenberg Blocks)

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Buttons

Notes to editor:

  • Buttons can be used for louder calls to action, but note they are primarily used in forms only.
  • We have the option to display a single button or a row of buttons. That row can be left, center, or right aligned.
  • Unfortunately changing the button style must be done manually for now by manipulating button classes. Eventually we hope to modify this plugin to make those styles more editor friendly.

Available Classes

  • btn-primary (green)
  • btn-secondary (brown)
  • Outline (choose from block editor, this is a gutenberg thing)
  • btn-video (with icon)
  • btn-sm
  • To center a button, select the parent block to see alignment options

To center a button, be sure to add the ‘buttons’ block (not singular button) then change alignment to center.

@sarah – Do we want to give editors access to a small and large button? We do use small buttons inside of mini nuggets like on How to Brew landing page


Dropdowns (Custom HTML)

Note to editor:

Editors should not need to implement dropdowns, but rather they will appear as part of page templates in a nav/filter bar


Info Box (Legacy and Kadence)

Note to editor:

Info Boxes are used to highlight content in a small box, usually aligned to right side of page. Use the infobox block as needed. TODO: Link to Real World Example

Legacy Infobox

Here is some normal p text. Fun fun fun!

Accordions

Editor Note: uses Kadence Blocks plugin

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Tabs (Kadence)

Note to editor:

We have not implemented tabs on this site yet.

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