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Verse Block

WordPress Gutenberg Blocks – Verse

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

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Verse Block Description

The Verse Block lets you add poems, verses, song lyrics, etc. to your content with special spacing formats.

(Add Verses to WordPress using the Verse Block)

How To Use The Verse Block

To add a Verse 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 a ‘Verse’ block …

(‘Add Block’ Tool – Add Verse Block)

Or, select a Verse Block in the Content Area

(Add a Verse Block from the Content Area)

After adding a Verse Block, you can type or paste in your verse …

(Add a verse to your content)

After adding a verse to your content:

How To Edit A Verse Block

To edit a Verse Block:

(Edit a Verse Block)

If the Verse block is too narrow, a horizontal scroll will display so you can continue reading the verse to the end of each line …

(Scroll to read verse lines)

Remember to update and publish your post or page to save your settings.

How To Remove A Verse Block

To delete or remove a verse block:

(Remove a Verse Block)

Additionally …

Verse Block Tools, Options & Settings

The Verse Block includes tools, options, and settings for:

Verse Block Editor

(Verse Block Editor)

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

(Verse Block Editor)

Verse Block Settings

(Verse Block Settings)

Verse Block settings include:

Verse Block – Additional Info

The Verse Block can be converted into the following block types:

(Change Block Type – Verse Block)

Additionally:

Installing plugins or themes on your site may add new functionality, options, or settings to Verse Blocks.

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Congratulations! Now you know how to use the WordPress Gutenberg content editor Verse Block.

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