Support » Plugin: Carousel Slider Block for Gutenberg » What I wanted, but poorly formated

  • This slider gave me what I wanted from a carousel slider block plugin, but the blocks were not well formatted out-of-the-box. In other words, in order for the page to be production ready, I’d have to do a lot more CSS work to get them to look nice on my site. That was disappointing.

    Also the design of the plugin was awkward to use. It didn’t use standard conventions of Gutenberg so it was hard to add new blocks and I couldn’t move or copy the blocks I had.

    I hope a new version will come out that aligns more with the way Gutenberg works.

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  • Plugin Author Virgildia


    @htmljenn thanks for your feedback. Out of the box, the carousel uses very basic CSS in order for you add custom CSS that fits your theme. In future versions I may add style choices.

    The plugin uses Gutenberg inner blocks for the slides which is in fact standard Gutenberg convention. It may be a little awkward selecting the parent container of the inner blocks (in this case the Caroursel to see settings like adding new slides) but it’s how Gutenberg functions at the moment, hopefully that will improve. Otherwise, please inform what you found difficult about adding new blocks (or slides?) and maybe I can improve this functionality.

    Are you using the latest version of WordPress (5.2.4)? Blocks can be easily duplicated and moved from slide to slide. Not sure why it didn’t work for you.

    Again, thanks for the feedback and looking forward to your suggestions.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 8 months ago by Virgildia.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 8 months ago by Virgildia.
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