today’s discovery: Image Compare

It’s exciting the number of things I learn from reading blogposts. Case in point: visiting one of my favourite bloggers, Amanda at Something To Ponder About, I found out about this delightful feature of the WordPress Block Editor, Image Compare.

Serendipitously, I had taken photos yet to be edited from my run yesterday through the Alexandra Park Connector. And tada!

Jiak Kim Bridge: playing with Block Editor’s “Image Compare”

Have you used this feature before? Have you found any exciting new features of Block Editor you might care to share?

18 Replies to “today’s discovery: Image Compare”

  1. I have been using the Block editor since its trial inception and I do prefer it above the Classic editor. It seems much more intuitive, but it does have its critics. I do like the way you have used it to compare monochrome versus colour. Very useful. Thanks for joining in with Friendly Friday, Ju-Lyn.
    P.S. You are one of my favourite bloggers too!!

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  2. Ooh, that’s a great shot and works so well for this feature. I’ve used it a few times and it’s nice to have a different look now and then. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Some of the other galleries are very rigid. I like to be able to play about with them. I’m still looking for the perfect set up but there’s plenty to explore, if you have the time and patience. I’m a bit short on the latter πŸ™‚

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  3. Love the photo and thanks for letting me know about the new feature. I love photos like that. Some of my favourites are when someone re-takes an old photo (sometimes quite old) in the same location and you can see just how much the space changed over the years.

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  4. I haven’t used the new feature yet but I’ve been using the new block editor. I like the drop cap feature for starting a blog post But I haven’t really gotten into all the bells and whistles of images – so thanks!

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