WordPress has given a new publishing experience by introducing the block editor. Blocks work as the component to add customized content inside a post or page on your website. This lesson guides you on how you can work on some WordPress blocks without publishing them.
While working on a live post or page, you can continue to work on any block in the backend, without making it live for the public view, until and unless you are done with your editing work.
Hide Block is the new WordPress plugin that lets you hide blocks from the front end of your website. Simply install-activate it.
Once activated, the plugin will automatically add the ‘Hide Block’ option (below the ‘Advanced’ tab) to the block editor section. It shows up on the side of your screen while you edit a block on your edit post screen.
The plugin works for the posts, pages, and all post types, wherever the block editor is active.