I’ve been thinking for a long time about the best way to create ACF Blocks that will work with Bootstrap 4.
Before 5.9.0 it was a bit harder, but now we have InnerBlock and that’s “game changer” in this case.
1. We can create an empty CONTAINER block with the class container
2. We can create an empty ROW block with the class row
Now we can use a CONTAINER block and put our ROW block inside.
This is relatively flexible.
Right now I’m a bit confused about columns as I don’t want to use core/columns. The goal is to create this only with ACF blocks. Note that we are only talking about backend and editing in wp-admin (front-end is a different story, doesn’t matter now).
Of course we can create anothers blocks with class col-* but these blocks will be one above the other (not very convenient for non-technical users to imagine)
Using a repeater is not a solution. Bootstrap and ACF repeater was problematic in the perspective of changes – it has been discussed many times here.
Using pre-made blocks with WYSYWIG is also not a solution as it is not flexible.
We now have <InnerBlocks> so figured we could use it to solve these problems?
Or maybe you have a completely different idea about it?
Or maybe someone just got the idea how to create ACF blocks that will be displayed in columns in the backend?
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