Support » Requests and Feedback » Make .wp-block-post stylable via theme.json

  • I can style various aspects of the Query Loop block via theme.json.

    E.g. core/post-template styles .wp-block-post-template, core/post-title styles .wp-block-post-title, etc.

    "blocks": {
    	"core/post-template": {
    		"border": {
    			"style": "solid",
    			"width": "1px",
    			"color": "#000"
    		}
    	},
    	"core/post-title": {
    		"border": {
    			"style": "solid",
    			"width": "1px",
    			"color": "#000"
    		}
    	}
    }

    However, core/post doesn’t style .wp-block-post.

    "blocks": {
    	"core/post": {
    		"border": {
    			"style": "solid",
    			"width": "1px",
    			"color": "#000"
    		}
    	}
    }

    .wp-block-post is the container of each post outputted by the Query Loop block, i.e., it contains each post’s title, featured image, date, excerpt, etc.

    Please make .wp-block-post stylable via theme.json like the elements it’s within and elements within it.

    Currently, I’m limited to styling .wp-block-template via style.css. One of the downsides of this is that the style doesn’t apply in the editor.

    core/post isn’t a block in the sense that it can be selected and edited via the editor.

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