Pattern Editor is a plugin to help you create and edit patterns for the WordPress block editor. It registers a new post type called “Pattern” that allows you to create and edit patterns in the same way you would create and edit posts.
The pattern editor allows you to edit patterns separately as if they were pages. Patterns can also be saved directly to the active child theme which can enable a really powerful design system for theme developers once in place.
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From your WordPress dashboard
- Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’
- Search for ‘Debug Toolkit’
- Activate Debug Toolkit from your Plugins page.
How do I use this plugin?
This plugin adds a new post type called “Block Pattern” which can be accessed from Appearance > Patterns. You can create and edit patterns in the same way you would create and edit posts. Patterns are saved in the database as well as the currently active theme.
Who is this plugin for?
This plugin is designed to be used by developers and theme authors. It is not intended for use by end users.
How to change the export directory path
From the Block Patterns admin page, click on the “Screen Options” tab in the top right corner of the page. You will see two text fields for the export and import directories. You can change the path to the directory where you want to save your patterns.
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Contributors & Developers
“Pattern Editor” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
0.0.3 – 2 April 2023
- Update: Stable version
0.0.2 – 21 March 2023
- Remove: Navigation menu ref attribute
0.0.1 – 21 March 2023
- Initial release