Introducing wide width posts

Today’s deployment introduces more flexibility for blog posts. Previously, sidebar visibility could be toggled on individual posts. Now, a new global Show/Hide Sidebar option allows you to disable the sidebar for all posts by default. This change won’t affect existing posts but sets a global preference for new ones, which can still be adjusted individually via a sidebar visibility selector on each post page.

Additionally, we’ve fixed an issue where single blog posts couldn’t use wide width blocks. Now, when the sidebar is disabled, all native Gutenberg widths are available. We’ve used this option in this post to demonstrate a wide width image.

A wide width image on a post page.

As always, reach out to us with questions or concerns using the Web Request Form.

Categories: Deployment