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  1. Nick Diego
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    Thanks for the detailed article Justin! Still lot of work to do and looking forward to what FSE brings and how this functionality can be used beyond the current Block Editor.

    If anyone has additional feedback, feature requests, and/or criticism, please let me know!

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    • Thomas Porteus
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      Recurring schedules would be great – eg, hide this block before 8AM and after 6PM.

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    • Andrew
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      A couple of things I would love to see in a premium version, and for which I would gladly pay for:
      For WC and EDD, hide if user has purchased X product.
      Also with licensing extensions for the above, hide/show if customer has an active license for X product.

      I have recently put the plugin to work on a client’s ecommerce site, and the plugin works very well, allowing us to hide/show blocks based on their trade pricing tiers (using user roles).

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  2. Aliv Faizal Muhammad
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    If it can do like woocommerce membership plugins, it will be great.

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    • Nick Diego
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      Thanks for the feedback Aliv. I am still working on solidifying the core of the plugin, but membership functionality is coming next. The goal will be to support all major membership plugins, including those for WooCommerce. That said, any plugin that saves their “membership roles” as simple WordPress user roles is already supported.

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  3. Andrew
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    Such a great idea and from what I’ve seen so far while playing around with Block Visibility, the implementation is flawless too!

    The block editor and site editing are starting to show us a whole wealth of possibilities, and I’m really looking forward to the future and the things that developers/authors come up with next.

    I have to admit to being a touch skeptical when Gutenberg first appeared, but as it matures I can honestly say any doubts have well and truly disappeared now. The simplicity of doing stuff that was previously at varying levels of complicated is simply awesome.

    I’d buy you a beer if I could, Nick.
    Cheers!

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  4. Asiqur Rahman
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    This Block Plugin will be helpful for both end-user & developer.

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  5. Jon
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    Does the HTML for invisible blocks still get included on the page with display:none?

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  6. Charlotte
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    Hi, the following plugin is not working on my website. It is getting conflict with elementor. Is there any solution except to disable elementor?

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    • Nick Diego
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      Hi Charlotte, I apologize for any issues you are running into! Block Visibility is not designed to work within the Elementor editor, only the WordPress Block (Gutenberg) Editor.

      That said, I am not aware of any direct conflicts between the two plugins. If you wouldn’t mind opening a support ticket in the plugin support forum (https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/block-visibility/) and providing a bit more info on the conflict you are seeing, I will begin investigating asap!

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