The WordPress Blocks reference
A catalogue of blocks for the WordPress block editor and the plugins that deliver them. Use it to find the blocks you need for your website.
Built and maintained by Herb Miller @herb_miller.
Plugins on my TODO list
Curated Block plugins on wordpress.org
Single block plugins
ACF Blocks v1.6.0 delivers 17 blocks. These are under construction.
The Advanced Gutenberg plugin delivers 18 blocks in v1.10.12
Advanced Gutenberg Blocks v1.9.1 provides 16 blocks, two of which are dependent upon WooCommerce.
The Atomic Blocks plugin v2.0 delivers 22 blocks; the AB Layouts block is new.
The Block Gallery plugin delivers 3 blocks in v1.1.6
Caxton v1.10.0 delivers 12 blocks, which have been catalogued.
CoBlocks provides 31 blocks. The blocks in v1.11.1 have now been indexed.
The Contact Form 7 plugin does not provide any blocks. But there are extension plugins that do allow the forms to be included.
CP Blocks v1.0.13 provides one block.
The Easy Digital Downloads plugin does not yet deliver blocks. You need the EDD-blocks plugin for the Downloads block.
The EDD blocks plugin delivers blocks for Easy Digital Downloads. EDD blocks v1.0.1 delivers one block.
The Editor blocks plugin delivers 12 blocks. These have now been catalogued for v1.2.0
Ghost Kit v2.5.0 provides 27 blocks. The block catalogue is populated but under construction.
The Google Maps Gutenberg block plugin v1.27 delivers one block.
Gravity Forms v2.4.10 provides one block that’s been catalogued.
The GT3 Photo Video Gallery plugin v2.3.4 delivers one block.
Gutenberg delivers 44 core blocks and 34 core embed blocks.
Under Construction. This plugin provides 24 blocks.
The Gutenberg Blocks Design Library plugin doesn’t deliver blocks. It provides a plugin ( accessed from the editor sidebar ) that enables you to import 50 free designs.
This plugin does not provide blocks. If you really want to, you can use the Magnetic poetry block to display a randomly selected line from Hello Dolly.
Jetpack v7.5.3 delivers 22 blocks.