Embed Crowdsignal (formerly Polldaddy) content.
Display multiple images in a rich gallery.
A single column within a columns block.
Use the classic WordPress editor.
Embed a tweet.
Create a bulleted or numbered list.
Introduce new sections and organize content to help visitors (and search engines) understand the structure of your content.
I’ve catalogued the blocks for Jetpack (6.9) and WordPress SEO.
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|Title||Block type name||Block categories||Block keywords||Block classification|
|FAQ – yoast/faq-block||yoast/faq-block||yoast-structured-data-blocks||FAQ,Frequently Asked Questions||Static|
|How-to – yoast/how-to-block||yoast/how-to-block||yoast-structured-data-blocks||How-to||Static|
I haven’t completed the catalogue for the core embed blocks.
Since they’re pretty much the same.
Embed CollegeHumor content.
Embed Cloudup content.
Embed an Animoto video.
Embed a video from your media library or upload a new one.
Insert poetry. Use special spacing formats. Or quote song lyrics.
The text-columns block is deprecated.
Template block used as a container.
Insert a table — perfect for sharing charts and data.
This block is deprecated. Please use the Paragraph block instead.
Add white space between blocks and customize its height.
Insert additional custom elements with a WordPress shortcode.
Create a break between ideas or sections with a horizontal separator.
Give quoted text visual emphasis. “In quoting others, we cite ourselves.” — Julio Cortázar
Give special visual emphasis to a quote from your text.
Add text that respects your spacing and tabs, and also allows styling.
Start with the building block of all narrative.
Separate your content into a multi-page experience.
Mark the excerpt of this content. Content before this block will be shown in the excerpt on your archives page.
Your site doesn’t include support for this block.
Set media and words side-by-side for a richer layout.
Display a list of your most recent comments.
Insert an image to make a visual statement.