Whenever I use “Copy (linked)” for a div block with headings inside, the inserted headings are H1 again no metter what the original heading was.
Step-by-step reproduction instructions:
- Create a div with an h2 in it
- Copy the div as linked.
- Insert the copied block somewhere
- take a look to the copied heading. Its H1 now instead of H2
Screenshot: cwicly_copy-linked-headline · CleanShot Cloud
- WordPress version: 6.01
- Cwicly Plugin version: 22.214.171.124
- Cwicly Theme version: 1.0.3
Hey @michelyweb. I think it’s not a bug, rather a feature request.
Over time, I tend to think the way it currently works makes even a bit more sense.
I can’t even say why.
Not sure, maybe I just got used to it. But also wouldn’t mind if this ever changes.
There were some discussions about it in the past already.
The only thing which is currently a pain, when using the copy (linked) feature, are the block CSS presets, which will be improved with block defaults soon.
@Marius described it perfectly.
It was requested in the past but I have never been too comfortable in forcing the same tag/icons etc…
Maybe a toggle option to either copy or not these specific properties would be the way to go here?
Would offer the chance to test it out (and I will for sure!) without getting forced into new workflows.
Indeed at least a toggle to copy block content/settings would be greatly appreciated
I actually don’t see the point of resetting blocks like this, but I might have missed some discussion.
Most of the time I use linked blocks when I create a content that needs to be duplicated multiple times and I don’t want to create a repeater or query to keep a more customer-friendly editable post. Then, losing heading level/text or button text/icon/link or any blocks content is very annoying.
Because of this, I tend to create more and more repeaters, but it is a bit longer and I think most of the time it adds too much complexity to the post.