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Timestamp:
05/19/2021 03:07:55 PM (3 years ago)
Author:
gziolo
Message:

Editor: Update WordPress packages published for Gutenberg 10.6

It contains several changes in addition to regular update to WordPress packages:

  • All newly exposed blocks are now registered on the server.
  • Dutone block support was added.
  • Border block support was updated.
  • New shared function construct_wp_query_args was added for the family of Query blocks - it might need some further work.

Props youknowriad.
See #52991.

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  • trunk/src/wp-includes/blocks/table/block.json

    r50048 r50929  
    22    "apiVersion": 2,
    33    "name": "core/table",
     4    "title": "Table",
    45    "category": "text",
     6    "description": "Insert a table — perfect for sharing charts and data.",
     7    "textdomain": "default",
    58    "attributes": {
    69        "hasFixedLayout": {
    710            "type": "boolean",
    811            "default": false
    9         },
    10         "backgroundColor": {
    11             "type": "string"
    1212        },
    1313        "caption": {
     
    126126        "anchor": true,
    127127        "align": true,
     128        "color": {
     129            "__experimentalSkipSerialization": true,
     130            "gradients": true
     131        },
     132        "__experimentalBorder": {
     133            "__experimentalSkipSerialization": true,
     134            "color": true,
     135            "style": true,
     136            "width": true
     137        },
    128138        "__experimentalSelector": ".wp-block-table > table"
    129139    },
     140    "styles": [
     141        {
     142            "name": "regular",
     143            "label": "Default",
     144            "isDefault": true
     145        },
     146        { "name": "stripes", "label": "Stripes" }
     147    ],
    130148    "editorStyle": "wp-block-table-editor",
    131149    "style": "wp-block-table"
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