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Editable text

To be used on individual text-based elements, making content within each editable. This is the editable option that you'll be using the most.

block-edit or -block-edit: true

Use it as close to the copy as possible, outside of bold and italic formatting tags, and outside of a string of text that has a link within it.

Adding variable names to text elements saves their content. Each unique content piece requires its own variable name. Using the same variable name on multiple content pieces will update content for all pieces when one is updated.

data-block="variable-name" or -block-var: variable-name

Example

<p class="block-edit" data-block="example-text" style="text-align: left">Content</p>

Minimum/Maximum characters

Sets a character limit for content in an element.

block-minchar-# or -block-minchar: #

block-maxchar-# or -block-maxchar: #

Example

<div class="block-edit block-maxchar-10">Text copy</div>

Bold

Disables option for making text bold.

block-no-bold or -block-bold: false

Example

<div class="block-edit block-no-bold">Text copy for an area.</div>

Italics

Disables option for making text italic.

block-no-italic or -block-italic: false

Example

<div class="block-edit block-no-italic">Text copy for an area.</div>

Superscript

Disables option for allowing text to be made superscript.

block-no-superscript or -block-no-superscript: false

Example

<div class="block-edit block-superscript">Text copy for an area.</div>

Subscript

Disables option for allowing text to be made subscript.

block-no-subscript or -block-no-subscript: false

Example

<div class="block-edit block-subscript">Text copy for an area.</div>

Disable text

Disables text from being edited in an element. For example, a button that should only have its link updated.

block-no-text or -block-text: false

Example

<a href="#" class="block-edit block-no-text">More info</a>

Remove

Allows a text area to be removed.

block-remove or -block-remove: true

Example

<h1 class="block-edit block-remove">Title</h1>

Link styles

For text where a link is added, Blocks Edit automatically uses the styling of the immediate text around the link and underlines it. You can enable link style options to choose from by setting a variable name for them.

Each enabled link will be shown as a style option when a link is edited, as styles numbers, along with the default style as the first one.

Add the data-style attribute with a unique variable name on example links to include the style from.

Example

<div class="block-edit" data-block="example-name">Text copy <a href="#" data-style="link-standard" style="color: #ff0000">with a link</a>.</div>

Disable links

Disables option for adding a element around content for linking.

block-no-link or -block-link: false

Example

<div class="block-edit block-no-link" data-block="example-name">Text copy for an area.</div>

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