Typography for Gutenberg

Just some standard dummy text below

Ei simul postea intellegebat usu, modo voluptatum ei mel. Tantas suavitate reprimique ius et, deleniti instructior et sea, ei nec altera veritus facilisi. Eu dissentiet persequeris qui, ex qui virtute ornatus eleifend. Sententiae intellegam temporibus ut duo. Ex iudico nominavi his.

Above is a list – I was allowed to choose if it was ordered or unordered.  

Image insertion with justification



My text should be aligning to the right of the image, but the interface in the backend seems "broken" to me.  Check it!

If you find your family, don't you cry.  In this land of make believe, dead and dry.

Cover image

Name's mater, like tamater but without the ta

The above cover image isn't appying the opactity to the image due to the "fixed" option applied.  The "fixed" option doesn't apply the opacity overlay.

Cover image (not fixed)

Cheers!

Cover image above is not fixed and is applying the opacity correctly.

Center aligned text, Ei simul postea intellegebat usu, modo voluptatum ei mel. Tantas suavitate reprimique ius et, deleniti instructior et sea, ei nec altera veritus facilisi. Eu dissentiet persequeris qui, ex qui virtute ornatus eleifend. Sententiae intellegam temporibus ut duo. Ex iudico nominavi his.

Gutenberg v Envira (round 1…FIGHT)


Why do you have to remove quotes when using a pre block?  Users shouldn't have to enter the HTML entities?

That gallery above should look like this page.



My Review of Gutenberg – Gallery

WordPress galleries do not give you the option to link any of the images to an attachment page or media file. I also didn't get to select how I wanted my galleries to appear in columns or the size of the images that I wanted to use.

Also when I created the gallery, I had to hold my key down (shift/control/command) to select multiple images.  It should be automatic that if I clicked the block to create a gallery there would be multiple images – so why do I need to do this?  Some users get confused with the whole shift/control/command execution to select multiple images.