Tried the accordion block for my help FAQ. It works beautifully and it saves the need for separate plugin. This is what Gutenberg is supposed to be. I didn’t even need to change the CSS! It blends perfectly into my site.
Update: Just did a very complex CTA layout using the Atomic Blocks columns and container blocks. It turns out you can put blocks inside of blocks to group things together with <div> tags, just like you would if you were hand coding the html. Cool! The only thing that would make this easier would be if there were a way in Gutenberg to reveal the structure of the page. Gutenberg does a good job of showing you the end result, but it’s hard to see what’s going on underneath. With linear layouts this doesn’t matter. But when things get complex, it’s hard to see or remember what’s going on.
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