I had high hopes for this plugin in this strange world we live in where Tumblr blocks porn and Woo actually seems to have their **** together. Sadly—unlike most of Woo’s vastly improved recent offerings—WooCommerce Blocks was written with the same sloppy, lazy, bug-ridden style we would expect from Woo circa 2015.
So much potential wasted on so simple a thing as not using WordPress 5’s built-in CSS classes. For example: the Products block had only to wrap in a single div and include the classes .wp-block-columns and .has-X-columns to function identically to the native WordPress Columns block. But nooooo, the folks at Woo had to nest it inside a redundant div and muck up the class formats (like .columns-X, really Woo?)…
Shame on you Woo, shame on you.
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