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DOM Object Block

The DOM Object block is the backbone of the DOM blocks. It can be nested into itself as needed to create all levels of any DOM you wish. We will give an example illustrating the benefits of using a DOM Object as a parent of another DOM Object. View the...

DOM Blocks

"The Document Object Model (or DOM) is a cross-platform and language-independent interface that treats an XML or HTML document as a tree structure wherein each node is an object representing a part of the document. The DOM represents a document with a logical tree." ~ Wikipedia Most Wordpress blocks serve...

AMP-Accordion Block

The amp-accordion module is a list of sections with hidden content that is toggled open by clicking on the section title bar. This allows you to add content to your page without taking up much space in the visual field. It is useful for populating sidebars with content while keeping...

Testimonial Block

The Testimonial Block puts an image object beside a content object with Title, Subtitle and Testimonial object using a nested content area and styleable quotation mark icons. Settings Overview Media SettingsImage : Choose an image from your Media Library. [tutorial] An image equal in width and height is usually optimal,...

Call to Action Box

The Call to Action (CTA) Box puts a pre-designed text box object next to a content object. The text box has a few text fields and a button and simple style options. This block is meant to have a button and lead your visitors somewhere on your site, or to...

Media Split Block

The Media Split block puts a media object next to a content object. You may display an image from your Media Library or embed a video or social embed from one of the AMP supported providers (YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter). With a huge array of options you...