I inserted the global block into a tab container.
Now, I need to customize the elements that are in the global block once it is placed on the page.
I don't want to use the global block as a universal piece of content but a set of elements that are individually customizable once they are placed.
Is this possible?
Otherwise, I will have to make each individual element a unique global block, right? This could be more than 100.
thanks in advance.
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I find that he is exactly right on about what probably hundreds of Pro users need. The ability to create a single formatted global block and then change the content - words, pictures, links etc. but maybe leave the structure to be 'global' after it is placed. You have all the functionality within X/Pro. Why not just allow this functionality to be used to adjust the content of an element that has been used inside a global block?
My use case is simply a 'Resources' page with cards made from the 'Classic Promo' element. I needed to use a global block because the tab element only allows the shortcode of a global block to be inserted. That is how I can put classic promo cards inside the individual tabs. This allows me to create a pretty dense resource page without cluttering it up or making the user scroll way down to find stuff. Here is a snapshot of my mockup.
You can see that if my resource page grows, I need to continuously use the global block but each one needs to have custom content inside it with the structure and format remaining the same.
Can you address this?