Understanding Query Loop Blocks

Understanding Query Loop Blocks

I really appreciated this little video from Wes Theron over at Learn.WordPress.org about the Query Loop block. Mostly because while I’d fiddled with it a bit, I hadn’t really explored its richness in the new Site Editor. If you and I have that in common (or especially if you’ve never even fiddled with a Query Loop block), please give the video seven minutes.

The biggest thing that surprised me was the (obvious in retrospect) way that the Query Loop block inherits some of the filtering powers of WP_Query on the PHP side. For those uninitiated, most of the CMS powers in WordPress code comes from WP_Query. It is powerful and important, and our free course on it is pretty great to ;p

Keep reading the article at WPShout. The article was originally written by David Hayes on 2022-04-07 14:11:41.

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