Support » Plugin: Timed Content » Gutenberg support

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  • Plugin Author Arno Welzel

    (@awelzel)

    Thanks.

    There are no plans yet for a specific “Gutenberg style” content block, since the shortcode is not just a simple element but embeds other elements and I don’t know yet how to this can be integrated as a content block.

    However you still can use the old toolbar button by adding a “classic” block in Gutenberg. This will create a block where you have the classic WordPress editor including the Timed Content button in the toolbar.

    Thanks for fast reply!
    Also, thanks for letting me know there is “classic” block in Gutenberg. That’s exactly what I needed.
    All the best!

    I hoped this might work for me, too. But sadly not.

    I put in the shortcodes in a classic block and tried also a shortcode block. But the content is shown, though. Seems as if all of the content has to be in a classic block then ? If so, this is not an option for me.

    Any other options to keep on using this cool plugin ?

    • This reply was modified 10 months, 3 weeks ago by dragon013.
    Plugin Author Arno Welzel

    (@awelzel)

    No, no other option. The Timed Content shortcode either shows or hides everything inside it. If this does not work in a “classic” block I don’t know either what to do. For me this works.

    It does work in a classic block. But not this way:

    classic block with shortcode to start timed content
    gutenberg block with content
    classic block with shortcode to end timed content

    it also not works with:

    shortcode block with shortcode to start timed content
    gutenberg block with content
    shortcode block with shortcode to end timed content
    Plugin Author Arno Welzel

    (@awelzel)

    Yes, this is the expected result.

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