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Starter Content showcases wrong use of blocks #959

yannickiki opened this issue Nov 6, 2019 · 1 comment


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@yannickiki yannickiki commented Nov 6, 2019

The "The New UMoMA Opens its Doors" page is supposed to showcase what the user can do with the blocks (and how to do it) and be used as a starting point. Currently, a part of this page has a bad structure that can lead the users to use the block editor in a wrong manner.


  • This kind of layout should be built using 2 Columns blocks instead of one. The content for "Theatre of Operations" and "From Signac to Matisse" should be placed inside a second Columns block.

  • With a proper structure, it isn't necessary to use Group blocks inside Column block.

  • The Image block shouldn't be set to Full Width

As a result the design is off, there is way too much spacing between a title and its image. With a proper structure, it should look like


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@carolinan carolinan commented Nov 6, 2019

While I dont agree with the notion that there is a right or wrong way to use the editor,
whenever markup can be simplified, it should.

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