I thought I would throw this out there for anyone who wants to spend 45-60 minutes putting together the ultimate Block Kit for your projects, once you have built your own blocks.
Start a new project with PInegrow Blocks, save as a Blank Template and keep this in a folder such as My Template
Save all your custom blocks to one HTML page (or two). Follow the guide for defining your blocks within PInegrow.
Open your blank template. Load project as library for your custom blocks. Test to see all blocks work and now press save.
My Template includes
- Pinegrow Blocks
- Custom Bootstrap Studio Blocks
- Custom PInegrow Blocks
I have broken down the CSS into
This means when I open my template I have access to all my blocks in PInegrow and I can quickly take advantage of the excellent features of Pinegrow, such as “blocks options”.
I know some may have an issue with all the “bloat” which is basically a few kb but you can clean this up when you complete a project, but trust me, it’s worth doing this if you want to focus on design when starting a blank project, as sometimes you need to experiment quickly with different layouts.