The Archives Block organizes your previously published posts by month. This can be handy for readers who want to browse your older content.
The Calendar Block allows you to show your posts in a calendar format. If you click on a date, it will open the archive of posts published on that date.
The Categories Block organizes your previously published posts by category. This can be handy for readers who want to find more of your posts about certain topics.
4. Latest Comments
The Latest Comments Block displays the most recent comments readers have left on your blog.
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5. Latest Posts ― List
The Latest Posts Block displays your most recent posts, making it easy for your readers to see what’s new on your blog.
6. Latest Posts ― Grid
7. Tag Cloud
The Tag Cloud block displays a list of up to 100 of the most popular tags you’ve assigned to your posts. The most common tags will be displayed in the largest font size.
Use the Search Block to add a search function to your website, allowing readers to easily search your site for posts and pages you’ve written in the past.
9. Social Icons
The Social Icons Block allows you to add social media icons to any page or post and direct people to your social media profiles.