How to create and edit a page/post using the block editor
WordPress makes it easy to create and edit page content using their block editor. The editor can be used to add text, images and other content suitable for your page or post.
This is the video. Below the video are the written steps.
Gutenberg Block Editor
To create a new page using the block editor for your website, go to the navigation menu, go to pages, and then click on “add new”. If you want to make a post do the same thing but instead go to post.
What the page looks like
It should lead you to a page that looks like the image below.
Give your page a title
The first task you should do is give your page a title where it says “Add title”
Start designing your page
Once you have done that you can start designing your page. You can choose to start writing or add a block.
let's start with the first option
let’s start with the first option. What if you just start writing? When you do that, you automatically make a text block. What are blocks? Blocks are a variety of elements that you can add to your page. Blocks are explained more in a different section.
Once you are done writing there will be a bar that appears above where you were writing. This bar will allow you to edit your text. In this bar, you can align the text to the left, right, or center. You can also bold or italicize it. You can make the text into a link.
Adding a new block
To add a new block you can click the icon indicated by the red arrow
This will give you a variety of blocks to choose from. These different blocks are gone over in a different tutorial. For now, we are just going to add another paragraph block.
When you are done editing
Once you are done editing your page you can preview what it will look like by pressing the preview button. If you like what you see and are done editing click the publish button next to the preview button and your page will be published. If for some reason you want to completely get rid of your page/post click the move to trash button indicated by the purple arrow at the bottom of the image.