How to Craft Responsive Layouts Using Gutenberg Flexbox Container

Introduction

Creating a responsive layout for your website doesn’t have to be complicated, Gutenberg Flexbox Container Block makes this task straightforward. With Premium Blocks enabled you can easily add it to your Gutenberg editor and start building. This guide will teach you how to use the Flexbox Container Block to create layouts that look great on any device, ensuring your website is always user-friendly and visually appealing.

Requirements

To get Premium blocks on your WordPress website, make sure to install and activate the following plugin(s).

  • Premium Blocks for Gutenberg – The Free WordPress Plugin.
  • Recommended* Kemet Full-Site-Editing WordPress Theme.

Step 1: Get Started

First, enable Premium Blocks in your Gutenberg editor. Once that’s done, add the Premium Container Block. This block will be the base for all your content, allowing you to place and arrange any Gutenberg Blocks inside it.

Step 2: Control Visibility

One of the best features of Gutenberg Flexbox Container Block is its ability to control what your visitors see on different devices. You can hide certain content on desktops, tablets, or mobile phones using options like “Hide in Desktop,” “Hide in Tablet,” and “Hide in Mobile.” This way, you ensure your website is easy to navigate and looks good no matter the device.

Premium Blocks' advanced tab hide on phone, tablet, or desktop options.
Premium Blocks Visibility Controls

Step 3: Adjust Spacing

To make your site look clean and organized, you can fine-tune the spacing of your content. Use the “Row Gap” setting to manage the space between rows, preventing your content from being too cramped or too spread out. Adjust the “Margin Top” and “Margin Bottom” settings to add space above and below your elements for a balanced look. The “Padding” option lets you add space inside the container’s border, giving your content some room to breathe.

Gutenberg Flexbox Container block responsive spacings on different screens.

Step 4: Arrange Content

Gutenberg Flexbox Container Block helps you create attractive layouts with ease. Use the Align Content options to position your content within the container, making your sections neat and appealing. For SEO purposes, you can set the HTML Tag setting for your flex container. It’s important because it allows search engines to understand your content.

For even more customization options, check out the detailed documentation.

A digital graphic of a user interface window titled "flex properties", featuring controls for direction, align items, justify items, and wrap items, all on a soft peach background.
Gutenberg FlexBox Container Block – Flex Properties

Conclusion

By learning to use Gutenberg Flexbox Container Block, you can ensure your website looks good and functions well on any device. You’ll gain control over how your content appears on desktops, tablets, and phones, and be able to adjust spacing and layout to fit different screen sizes. With these skills, you can create organized and attractive sections that engage your audience.


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