Ivan Zugec Demonstrates Column Management in Drupal with Gutenberg

Add Columns and ember Drupal Blocks in Gutenberg

Drupal Consultant Ivan Zugec shared insights on simplifying column additions to Drupal pages using the Gutenberg editor. According to Ivan, users can initiate the process by employing the Slash Command to bring up column width options, such as "50/50" or "33/66" layouts. Following this, content blocks like headings, paragraphs, and images can be inserted into each column. The Gutenberg editor facilitates the organization of these blocks through easy drag-and-drop actions or by using the outline view for adjustments. Specific Drupal blocks like search bars or recent posts can also be integrated directly into the columns. 

Ivan highlights the ease of previewing and publishing the arranged content, emphasizing Gutenberg’s role in enhancing content creation and page layout management within Drupal. Further details and a comprehensive tutorial are available through Ivan’s recent live stream, "Getting Started with Gutenberg (Block Editor) in Drupal" 

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