Math, from Skool Househas created a page with a free collection of 32 blocks ready-to-use pre-built blocks with GenerateBlocks, which he has called Creators Blocks and which he uses on his website.
Copy and paste
To use them you don’t need to import or download anything.
If you use GenerateBlocks, just copy from the button above each block, then paste it into your editor and modify the parameters as you wish
Most of the blocks work with the free version of GenerateBlocks and can be used for both personal and commercial purposes without asking his permission.
He doesn’t even ask for credit, although remember that any link to your collection of blocks will be appreciated, so that is the reason for this post.
Any blocks with advanced features such as opacity, transitions, box shadow and advanced background options will not display correctly if you use the free version of GenerateBlocks as they are options of the pro version.
Some blocks may not display identically on your site, as fonts, colours and other elements may be different. The blocks are designed to adopt the properties of your website. I have tested some of them and most of them are displayed as shown in the examples
Math considers GenerateBlocks is an amazing plugin, an opinion I share, but much less well known with only 70,000 active installations compared with Elementorwhich has more than 5 million and that’s why he has released this collection, with the idea that more people know about it.
It also promises to add more blocks to the collection as it creates them.