@WordCampLanc @erikteichmann By giving context in the editor it will become more apparent to person editing the page that a white image behind white text isn’t going to work and they shouldn’t publish the page like that.
(No one raises their hand)
Because every client asks “What is it [the content] actually going to look like?”
Who here has used the Gutenberg editor? (a lot less)
Who has developed a block? (not much)
@WordCampLanc @paulbarthmaier In my own view I think block filters are important because they enable flexibility for developers to customize blocks to meet their needs without having to redo the whole block. Actions and filters are key to making WordPress more flexible.
“I dunno, I’m a developer” – @_pbrocks