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Archives Block

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WordPress Block Editor – Archives Block

This tutorial is part of our WordPress Gutenberg: The Ultimate Guide For Non-Technical WordPress Users series.



Archives Block – Description

The Archives block lets you insert a widget into your content to display monthly archives of your posts.

Add archives to WordPress using the Archives Block.

How To Use The Archives Block

To add an Archives block:

Let’s go through the above steps:

First, create a new post or page or open an existing post or page and either:

Click on the ‘Add Block’ tool and select an ‘Archives’ block…

Add an Archives block to your posts or pages using the Add Block Tool.

Or select an Archives block from the Inserter tool in your Content Area

Use the Inserter tool to add an Archives block to your posts or pages in the Content Area.

After adding an Archives block, you can:

How To Edit An Archives Block

To edit an Archives block:

Change the block alignment
Change block alignment.
Edit the Archives Block settings
Edit the Archives block settings.

Update and publish your post or page to save your settings.

How To Remove An Archives Block

To delete or remove an Archives block:

Removing an Archives block.


Archives Block Tools, Options & Settings

The Archives block includes tools, options, and settings for:

Archives Block Editor

Archives block editor.

The Archives Block Editor includes tools that let you perform the following operations:

Archives Block Settings

Archives block settings.

Archives block settings include:

Archives Block – Additional Info


Congratulations! Now you know how to use the Archives block.

To learn how to use other blocks, see the list of tutorials here: WordPress Block Editor – How To Use Blocks


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