Please Ignore This Post: I’m Just Testing A Bunch Of WordPress Editor Block Features

I’ll be deleting this post after I check out how these things work and display.

This is a default paragraph block.

If you press Shift+Enter it takes you to ta new line within the paragraph block, if you press Enter it starts a new default paragraph block.

Within the paragraph block you can format text. Here is bold. Here is italics. Here is strikethrough. Here is subscript. Here is superscript. Here is red text. Here is red bold text. Here is underline. Here is Uppercase no matter what you type. You can use standard keyboard strokes to format bold and italics.

You can insert an inline image into the text.

You can use different sized text. This is the Default size which is considered Normal.

This is Small.

This is Medium.

This is Large.

This is Huge!

  1. Here is a list block.
  2. Items Automatically
  3. arrange themselves along the left margin
  4. when pressing the enter key
  5. to get out of this block start a new block.
  6. If you press Shift+Enter it continues the bullet point without a new dot.
    1. You can indent in this listing like this
      Test1
      Test2
      Test3
  7. It’s easy once you get used to it.
  8. You can change from a numbered list to a bullet point list on the fly.
  • Here is a list block.
  • Items Automatically
  • arrange themselves along the left margin
  • when pressing the enter key
  • to get out of this block start a new block.
  • If you press Shift+Enter it continues the bullet point without a new dot.
    • You can indent in this listing like this
      Test1
      Test2
      Test3
  • It’s easy once you get used to it.
  • You can change from a bullet point list to a numbered list on the fly.

This is a basic block quote.

by Me

This is a Pullquote.

by Me

Below is testing a couple of tables.

Testing 2 row 2 column tableTesting 2 row 2 column table
Testing 2 row 2 column tableTesting 2 row 2 column table
Testing two row two column table, content left justified.

Next table test.

4 row, 4 column4 row, 4 column4 row, 4 column4 row, 4 column
4 row, 4 column4 row, 4 column4 row, 4 column4 row, 4 column
4 row, 4 column4 row, 4 column4 row, 4 column4 row, 4 column
4 row, 4 column4 row, 4 column4 row, 4 column4 row, 4 column
4 row, 4 column, content centered

This is a classic editor block.

Below is a couple of different ways of placing pictures in blocks starting with a single picture and moving on to multiples.

All Tests Since March – September 14, 2020

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5 thoughts on “Please Ignore This Post: I’m Just Testing A Bunch Of WordPress Editor Block Features

  1. Main Comment
    Level #1

    This is what it looks like with five nesting level of comments. The comments can get scrunched up and long. Below is 4 paragraphs I copied from one of my recent blog post to show you what it looks like at this level of nesting.

    We’re seeing these kinds of behaviors from a huge swath of our society; from protesters, rioters, activists, propagandists, media pundits, journalists, and even politicians. Emotional training of our youth directly and indirectly determines the way they think as they grow into adults. Teaching our youth that their emotions are the most important thing in decision making instills in them that their emotions trump critical thinking and this leads directly to a delusional based reality created by emotions running amok in the psyche.

    I have been writing for over a year about how our society is apparently spiraling into an abyss of irrational people that are driven by one thing, emotion. I started sharing my observations with an essay about how our 21st century society has bastardized Martin Luther King Jr’s dreams. Then I delved into how apathy is fertilizing a breeding ground for stupidity and how anti-social people are stomping civility into submission. I’ve written about social justice warriors and operant conditioning and how we as a society don’t owe you anything. Then I went on a rant about the indoctrinated social justice hive mind and even provided a list of defined words that way too many people are bastardizing. I’ve written about how we as a society need to enforce if not demand that those that accuse others must support their accusations with evidence and how common sense has become quaint. I’ve written about how bias and propaganda destroys people and society, how snowflakes are snowflaking hard, wondering if it’s ignorance or brainwashing that’s ripping away at our society, how a national group is the pot calling the kettle black, how subversion and sedition is becoming acceptable, and on to how continuous rioting morphs the thinking of society.

    I remember hearing this a long time ago, “when I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things”. There are far too many people in our society that have not put away childish things and, unfortunately for society, these childish adults are gaining political and social power.

    After more than a year of looking into why and how our society has changed so much over the last 20+ years who could have thought that all this irrational garbage that the hordes of stupid people are screaming about across the United States would really come down to the simple fact that they’re immature dolts and they’re not likely to change because there are way too many people that don’t want to hurt their feelings or too scared to get directly involved.

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    1. Level #2

      This is what it looks like with five nesting level of comments. The comments can get scrunched up and long. Below is 4 paragraphs I copied from one of my recent blog post to show you what it looks like at this level of nesting.

      We’re seeing these kinds of behaviors from a huge swath of our society; from protesters, rioters, activists, propagandists, media pundits, journalists, and even politicians. Emotional training of our youth directly and indirectly determines the way they think as they grow into adults. Teaching our youth that their emotions are the most important thing in decision making instills in them that their emotions trump critical thinking and this leads directly to a delusional based reality created by emotions running amok in the psyche.

      I have been writing for over a year about how our society is apparently spiraling into an abyss of irrational people that are driven by one thing, emotion. I started sharing my observations with an essay about how our 21st century society has bastardized Martin Luther King Jr’s dreams. Then I delved into how apathy is fertilizing a breeding ground for stupidity and how anti-social people are stomping civility into submission. I’ve written about social justice warriors and operant conditioning and how we as a society don’t owe you anything. Then I went on a rant about the indoctrinated social justice hive mind and even provided a list of defined words that way too many people are bastardizing. I’ve written about how we as a society need to enforce if not demand that those that accuse others must support their accusations with evidence and how common sense has become quaint. I’ve written about how bias and propaganda destroys people and society, how snowflakes are snowflaking hard, wondering if it’s ignorance or brainwashing that’s ripping away at our society, how a national group is the pot calling the kettle black, how subversion and sedition is becoming acceptable, and on to how continuous rioting morphs the thinking of society.

      I remember hearing this a long time ago, “when I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things”. There are far too many people in our society that have not put away childish things and, unfortunately for society, these childish adults are gaining political and social power.

      After more than a year of looking into why and how our society has changed so much over the last 20+ years who could have thought that all this irrational garbage that the hordes of stupid people are screaming about across the United States would really come down to the simple fact that they’re immature dolts and they’re not likely to change because there are way too many people that don’t want to hurt their feelings or too scared to get directly involved.

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      1. Level #3

        This is what it looks like with five nesting level of comments. The comments can get scrunched up and long. Below is 4 paragraphs I copied from one of my recent blog post to show you what it looks like at this level of nesting.

        We’re seeing these kinds of behaviors from a huge swath of our society; from protesters, rioters, activists, propagandists, media pundits, journalists, and even politicians. Emotional training of our youth directly and indirectly determines the way they think as they grow into adults. Teaching our youth that their emotions are the most important thing in decision making instills in them that their emotions trump critical thinking and this leads directly to a delusional based reality created by emotions running amok in the psyche.

        I have been writing for over a year about how our society is apparently spiraling into an abyss of irrational people that are driven by one thing, emotion. I started sharing my observations with an essay about how our 21st century society has bastardized Martin Luther King Jr’s dreams. Then I delved into how apathy is fertilizing a breeding ground for stupidity and how anti-social people are stomping civility into submission. I’ve written about social justice warriors and operant conditioning and how we as a society don’t owe you anything. Then I went on a rant about the indoctrinated social justice hive mind and even provided a list of defined words that way too many people are bastardizing. I’ve written about how we as a society need to enforce if not demand that those that accuse others must support their accusations with evidence and how common sense has become quaint. I’ve written about how bias and propaganda destroys people and society, how snowflakes are snowflaking hard, wondering if it’s ignorance or brainwashing that’s ripping away at our society, how a national group is the pot calling the kettle black, how subversion and sedition is becoming acceptable, and on to how continuous rioting morphs the thinking of society.

        I remember hearing this a long time ago, “when I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things”. There are far too many people in our society that have not put away childish things and, unfortunately for society, these childish adults are gaining political and social power.

        After more than a year of looking into why and how our society has changed so much over the last 20+ years who could have thought that all this irrational garbage that the hordes of stupid people are screaming about across the United States would really come down to the simple fact that they’re immature dolts and they’re not likely to change because there are way too many people that don’t want to hurt their feelings or too scared to get directly involved.

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        1. Level #4

          This is what it looks like with five nesting level of comments. The comments can get scrunched up and long. Below is 4 paragraphs I copied from one of my recent blog post to show you what it looks like at this level of nesting.

          We’re seeing these kinds of behaviors from a huge swath of our society; from protesters, rioters, activists, propagandists, media pundits, journalists, and even politicians. Emotional training of our youth directly and indirectly determines the way they think as they grow into adults. Teaching our youth that their emotions are the most important thing in decision making instills in them that their emotions trump critical thinking and this leads directly to a delusional based reality created by emotions running amok in the psyche.

          I have been writing for over a year about how our society is apparently spiraling into an abyss of irrational people that are driven by one thing, emotion. I started sharing my observations with an essay about how our 21st century society has bastardized Martin Luther King Jr’s dreams. Then I delved into how apathy is fertilizing a breeding ground for stupidity and how anti-social people are stomping civility into submission. I’ve written about social justice warriors and operant conditioning and how we as a society don’t owe you anything. Then I went on a rant about the indoctrinated social justice hive mind and even provided a list of defined words that way too many people are bastardizing. I’ve written about how we as a society need to enforce if not demand that those that accuse others must support their accusations with evidence and how common sense has become quaint. I’ve written about how bias and propaganda destroys people and society, how snowflakes are snowflaking hard, wondering if it’s ignorance or brainwashing that’s ripping away at our society, how a national group is the pot calling the kettle black, how subversion and sedition is becoming acceptable, and on to how continuous rioting morphs the thinking of society.

          I remember hearing this a long time ago, “when I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things”. There are far too many people in our society that have not put away childish things and, unfortunately for society, these childish adults are gaining political and social power.

          After more than a year of looking into why and how our society has changed so much over the last 20+ years who could have thought that all this irrational garbage that the hordes of stupid people are screaming about across the United States would really come down to the simple fact that they’re immature dolts and they’re not likely to change because there are way too many people that don’t want to hurt their feelings or too scared to get directly involved.

          Like

          1. Level #5

            This is what it looks like with five nesting level of comments. The comments can get scrunched up and long. Below is 4 paragraphs I copied from one of my recent blog post to show you what it looks like at this level of nesting.

            We’re seeing these kinds of behaviors from a huge swath of our society; from protesters, rioters, activists, propagandists, media pundits, journalists, and even politicians. Emotional training of our youth directly and indirectly determines the way they think as they grow into adults. Teaching our youth that their emotions are the most important thing in decision making instills in them that their emotions trump critical thinking and this leads directly to a delusional based reality created by emotions running amok in the psyche.

            I have been writing for over a year about how our society is apparently spiraling into an abyss of irrational people that are driven by one thing, emotion. I started sharing my observations with an essay about how our 21st century society has bastardized Martin Luther King Jr’s dreams. Then I delved into how apathy is fertilizing a breeding ground for stupidity and how anti-social people are stomping civility into submission. I’ve written about social justice warriors and operant conditioning and how we as a society don’t owe you anything. Then I went on a rant about the indoctrinated social justice hive mind and even provided a list of defined words that way too many people are bastardizing. I’ve written about how we as a society need to enforce if not demand that those that accuse others must support their accusations with evidence and how common sense has become quaint. I’ve written about how bias and propaganda destroys people and society, how snowflakes are snowflaking hard, wondering if it’s ignorance or brainwashing that’s ripping away at our society, how a national group is the pot calling the kettle black, how subversion and sedition is becoming acceptable, and on to how continuous rioting morphs the thinking of society.

            I remember hearing this a long time ago, “when I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things”. There are far too many people in our society that have not put away childish things and, unfortunately for society, these childish adults are gaining political and social power.

            After more than a year of looking into why and how our society has changed so much over the last 20+ years who could have thought that all this irrational garbage that the hordes of stupid people are screaming about across the United States would really come down to the simple fact that they’re immature dolts and they’re not likely to change because there are way too many people that don’t want to hurt their feelings or too scared to get directly involved.

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