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Meet the New Buttons on the Block

A new block has been released by Web Services that makes the addition of buttons to your site much simpler! With the Buttons block, you can add one or more buttons to your site without the need to use HTML code. Simply select the “Buttons” block from the Add Block tool and begin creating your…

RSS Block Updated with Cards

The RSS block received an update that changed the feed of articles from displaying as a list, and will now create a card for each item with the option to include the picture associated with each article at the top of the card. RSS feeds are an easy way for you use content from another…

Some blocks may not support long-form content

If you are attempting to use a specific block for a purpose outside of its intended design, you may find that your content will not look or behave as you would expect. The best approach to take in this situation is to use a more traditional approach for the content you need to include on…

Cards block update supports new drag and drop feature

This week an update to the Cards block was made which the gives you the ability to reorganize the card items within the block into a different order than the order in which they were created. To move a card: Select the card Click and hold your mouse button on the small multi-dotted icon at…

Why Section Blocks are a Homepage “Must Have”

Section blocks are important to the layout of your homepage because they help contain the blocks within them to ensure that images and text appear within an easily viewable area for your site visitors. This helps your site’s design remain accessible and consistent with the overall look of Apollo 2 across the organization.

Buttons in Apollo 2

Most blocks support the addition of one or more buttons that can be used to direct website visitors to a page on the site or to an external site. These buttons may also be referred to as “calls to action”, meaning that they are a way for your site visitor to take an action you…

Broken Blocks

Update 5/3/19: You no longer need to manually update blocks as we have created a tool that will automatically update blocks for you upon editing the page.  WordPress may experience a problem with a block you’ve previously added to your page. The block will appear inactive and you will be given the options to “Convert…