This nifty little resource came across my desk a few weeks ago, and I’ve been having some fun with it ever since. The Gutenberg template library aims to give users an extremely simple drag and drop method to add unique elements to their WordPress page designs.
I say drag and drop, but it’s more like copy and paste. All you have to do is browse the Gutenberg template library here. Once you’ve found a design element that takes your fancy, simply hit the copy code button at the top right. From there all you need to do is paste the code directly into the Gutenberg editor and in theory the design element should magically appear in your editor. Some blocks do require plugins to support their design, these will be listed just under the copy code button.
In practice I’ve found work some work better than others. A lot seems to depend on the theme you’re using for your site, but nevertheless it’s a very interesting look at the power and ease of the new Gutenberg editor and what’s possible.
There are currently more than 100 templates and growing, each categorised into an appropriate collection.
Note: this is not an official WordPress or Gutenberg resource.