Gutenberg 15.3 was launched this week with a brand new “Time to Learn” block that calculates the estimated studying time for the publish or web page utilizing the identical technique that seems within the particulars panel. The block shows this data on the frontend wherever it’s inserted.
That is the primary iteration of the Time to Learn block, so it isn’t very customizable but. Though customers can add customized CSS to the block, it solely consists of alignment controls proper now. The block wants Typography controls and extra choices for customizing its look to be per different core blocks.
In 15.3 Duotone filters have been reworked in a number of methods to make them extra moveable throughout themes. Beforehand, duotone settings had been saved as an array of colours. This has been modified in order that duotone presets are saved as slugs, making the colour swatches accessible when a consumer modifications themes.
One other change for Duotone filters on this launch is the power to set them globally contained in the Website Editor’s Types panel.
The Website Editor additionally obtained a number of enhancements to make the design extra clear and constant, updating the designs for the edit button and the add template modal, and cleansing up the template particulars popover, amongst different small modifications.
Try the 15.3 changelog for the complete rundown of all of the enhancements, bug fixes, and accessibility and efficiency enhancements.