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  1. @Sheefa_ahmed

    Expanded Button Formatting, New Spacing Controls, and Drag-and-Drop for List View Now in Block Editor

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    This month, our team released features in the block editor that give your site a little breathing room: spacing controls for buttons and paragraphs. And the List View tool keeps getting better with drag-and-drop. Powerful Expanded Button Formatting Buttons never looked so good with custom padding. Padding is empty space …
  2. @Sheefa_ahmed

    Built-in Duotone Image Filter, Editor Navigation via Persistent List View, and Other Block Editor Improvements

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    The next batch of exciting updates to the block editor is live on WordPress.com. Powerful duotone image editing, a persistent list view to edit your page or post, and an update for picking table colors are all ready for you to build and improve the look of your site. Let’s …
  3. @llilli5163

    One-click Portfolio Designs, Instant PDF Embeds, and More Improvements to the Block Editor

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    We have some exciting new block editor updates to share with you today including fresh collection of Portfolio block patterns, a new and improved way to embed a preview of PDF documents, and better editing tools for Cover and Buttons blocks. Let’s dive in! One-Click Portfolio Layouts Block patterns are …
  4. @Sheefa_ahmed

    Introducing Milestone Notifications

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    Your website is a product of your hard work and passion. Therefore, when your site hits a milestone — it shouldn’t go unrecognized. To make it easier for you to keep track of your site’s achievements, we’ll be rolling out a new celebratory notification that will alert you when your …
  5. @Sheefa_ahmed

    Earn Money on Your WordPress.com Website with Premium Content and Paid Newsletters

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    Make money while you build an engaged following for your website: use the WordPress.com Premium Content block to offer monthly and yearly paid memberships that give your followers access to the premium content you designate for a predictable income stream.

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