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  • Hi All,

    I could do with some help on the inserter help panel.

    I have the following code:

    	// register a one column block
    		'name'				=> 'one-column',
    		'title'				=> __('One Column'),
    		'description'		=> __('A one column block.'),
    		'render_template' 	=> get_template_directory() . '/blocks/content-one-column.php',
    		'icon'				=> 'menu',
    		#'icon'				=> file_get_contents( get_template_directory() . '/images/blocks/one-column.svg' ),
    		#'mode'              => 'auto', #Available settings are auto, preview and edit. 
    		'supports' 			=> array( 'align' => false ),
    		'keywords'			=> array( 'one column', 'layout' ),
    		#'render_template'   => get_template_directory() . '/blocks/content-one-column.php',
    		#'enqueue_script'    => get_template_directory_uri() . '/blocks/content-one-column.js',
    		'example'  			=> array(
    									'mode' => 'preview',
    									'attributes' => array(
    										'data' => array(
    											#'title'		=> "One Column Block",
    											'content'	=> "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Praesent euismod sem eget tortor suscipit, et ultricies lectus ultrices.",
    											#'content'	=> '<img src="'.get_template_directory_uri() . '/images/block-preview/one-column.jpg'.'">'
    											#'gutenberg_preview' => __('<img src="'.get_template_directory_uri() . '/images/block-preview/one-column.jpg'.'">'),

    My template (blocks/content-one-column.php) includes the fields:
    – title
    – content
    So my understanding is you use those in the ‘data’ field and when you hover over the block you want to add, it would then show this content.

    I replaced this with an image (thought it would be easier to style). Oddly, this was working but has now stopped. I can’t even get the previous one to work.

    Am I right in thinking you just need the above? You don’t need to enqueue_script a js file?

    Be great to get this working, so any pointers are very much appreciated!