Support » Fixing WordPress » How to Disable “Block Recovery” for HTML Blocks

  • Sim Architect

    (@thesimarchitect)


    How can we get rid of the “This block contains unexpected or invalid content. Attempt Block Recovery” error each time we edit a post or page with custom HTML blocks in it?

    It’s quite annoying to have to use the three dots and “convert to HTML” each time we need to edit a post that has those blocks.

    WordPress should know that if a block is a Custom HTML it should be left alone and readily available for us to edit instead of giving us a massive blue button that we sometimes click by mistake and a tiny three dot besides it.

    How can we disable this stupid Block Recovery Feature site wide? I can’t find a solution anywhere and I have been searching for months already.

    Thank you.

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  • I’m interested in this as well

    Just chiming in: Also interested in this!

    Any updates on this? Makes it seem like the block is broken when it’s not

    I have the same issue. Some of my pages have 50+ HTML blocks that every time I need to edit the page, I need to click on Attempt Block Recovery of each block otherwise the page is just sloooooow. Once I get going and get most recovered, it speeds up and I can edit the page. Otherwise, it’s impossible. Very annoying. There is no errors in my blocks. They are all custom HTML’s.

    Thread Starter Sim Architect

    (@thesimarchitect)

    It’s been a few months but nobody seems to be looking into it 😟

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