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  1. Munir Kamal

    Thank you very much, Justin, for covering this at WP Tavern. I can not express how it feels when your efforts get noticed and appreciated. So excited and motivated now. 😇

    Btw, I would really appreciate the honest feedback and suggestions by the community to improve this Library. I am open to any good suggestions and ideas to implement.

    Cheers,
    Munir

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  2. Thomas Stevens

    This is great news. Will be looking into adding this. Thanks for sharing

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  3. Sky

    Awesome work Munir! The future of Gutenberg is looking brighter today.

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  4. Daniel

    How to use these templates? Where should I paste CSS code that goes with the template?

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    • Justin Tadlock

      To use the templates, simply copy and paste the code directly into the editor. For templates with CSS, you can paste the CSS code into the “Additional CSS” box in the WordPress customizer or use a plugin like Blocks CSS.

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  5. Bjarne

    That is so generous! Thanks a lot! All the projects I made lately were Gutenberg only, and while they were super functional, they lacked that “something”. Very inspiring to see what can be achieved with Gutenberg and a little dash of css.

    Thanks!

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