Some blocks to catalogue
According to a post in WP Tavern, a couple of months ago there were 94 plugins in the WordPress plugin directory that are categorised as Block-Enabled plugins.
More recently, WP Tavern published a post about a plugin called the Gutenberg Blocks Design Library. In the readme for this plugin, which is simply called design, it lists an armful of plugins with which it is compatible.
I’ve added a few of these plugins to my list of plugins to catalogue.
|Title||Description||Plugin slug||GitHub repository|
|Accordion Blocks||Accordion Blocks||accordion-blocks||philbuchanan/Accordion-Blocks/|
|Ace HTML Block||Ace HTML Block||ace-html-block|
|ACF Blocks||ACF Blocks||acf-blocks|
|Ads In Content||Ads In Content||ads-in-content|
|Advance Block Extend||Advance Block Extend||advance-block-extend|
|Advanced Blocks||Advanced Blocks||advanced-blocks|
|Advanced Custom Fields||Advanced Custom Fields||advanced-custom-fields|
|Advanced Gutenberg||Advanced Gutenberg||advanced-gutenberg|
|Advanced Gutenberg Blocks||Advanced Gutenberg Blocks||advanced-gutenberg-blocks||maximebj/advanced-gutenberg-blocks|
It’s nice to see that most of these blocks have GitHub repositories.
Visit each plugin to see the list of blocks that it provides. I’ve counted over 120 blocks, though many have multiple variations.
Note: There are now over 240 plugins in the list of WordPress plugins offering blocks. I wonder how many there’ll be next month? And how many different blocks will there be.