Gutenberg Pricing Table Block by CoBlocks

Description

CoBlocks is a collection of page builder Gutenberg blocks for content marketers, built by the fine folks at ThemeBeans.

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A new way to WordPress

We built CoBlocks for the next-generation block editor, codenamed Gutenberg. This new block editor absolutely empowers people to create rich content in such an intuitive fashion.

Building on top of this new foundational change in content creation, CoBlocks leverages Gutenberg to add even more functionality to the block editor. Space out content, drop in social icons, add gifs — all of these, and more, are new blocks powered by CoBlocks.

Our vision with CoBlocks is to create content blocks that deliver a first-rate experience for writers, content marketers and publishers.

This plugin is created and maintained by Rich Tabor.

Built with developers in mind

Extensible, adaptable, and open source — CoBlocks is created with theme and plugin developers in mind. There are opportunities for developers at all levels to get involved. Click here to contribute to CoBlocks.

Installation

  1. Upload the pricing-table-block-gutenberg folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory or alternatively upload the pricing-table-block-gutenberg.zip file via the plugin page of WordPress by clicking ‘Add New’ and selecting the zip from your local computer.
  2. Install and activate the Gutenberg WordPress plugin.
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  4. Add pricing tables within Gutenberg with the new “Pricing Table” block.

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Upload the pricing-table-block-gutenberg folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory or alternatively upload the pricing-table-block-gutenberg.zip file via the plugin page of WordPress by clicking ‘Add New’ and selecting the zip from your local computer.
  2. Install and activate the Gutenberg WordPress plugin.
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  4. Add pricing tables within Gutenberg with the new “Pricing Table” block.
How do I start using Gutenberg?

To get the full experience of the next-generation WordPress block editor, you’ll need a Gutenberg-ready WordPress theme, like Tabor. Then install the Gutenberg WordPress plugin. That’s it! 💥

Should I use Gutenberg on my live site?

The new block editor is still very much in active development and is not recommended for production websites just yet.

What WordPress themes work with CoBlocks?

Any properly developed WordPress theme will work with CoBlocks, though if you’re looking for an exceptional theme for writers and content marketers, check out Tabor. Developers are also able to apply minor style touch-ups to themes, to make the blocks fit in better with existing themes.

Is CoBlocks free?

Yes! CoBlocks’ core features are absolutely free.

Where can I ask for help?

Please reach out via the official support forum on WordPress.org.

Contributors & Developers

“Gutenberg Pricing Table Block by CoBlocks” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.1.1, May 3, 2018

  • Tweak: Check for content before rendering
  • Tweak: Improve UI for adding links to pricing table buttons
  • Tweak: Render the buttons just like how core Gutenberg does

1.1.0, May 3, 2018

  • New: Complete refactor with CoBlocks 💥

1.0.3, January 23, 2018

  • Fix: Updated the button rendering to resemble core Gutenberg’s button block
  • Tweak: Added the ‘gutenkit–header-font’ utility class for easier theme compatibility
  • Tweak: Modified block attributes to resemble core Gutenberg’s formatting
  • Tweak: Removed marginBottom and marginTop attributes (use the GutenKit Spacer Block instead)
  • Tweak: Modified the Inspector Controls to fit better within the core Gutenberg UX
  • Tweak: Organized to resemble core Gutenberg block structuring

1.0.2, January 05, 2018

  • Tweak: Modified the block’s slug so that themes would not need to style both versions of the block

1.0.1, January 03, 2018

  • New: Combined the single, two, and three column pricing tables blocks into one block
  • New: Added a control to select 1, 2, or 3 tables across
  • New: Added an option to highlight a particular table
  • New: Added an option to style the background color and text color of a highlight
  • New: Rewrote how the block’s assets were loaded

1.0.0, December 26, 2017

  • Initial release on WordPress.org. Enjoy!