The contents of this article may be outdated and no longer applicable to the newest version of Pagestead (version 1.1.0). We’ll keep this article around for a while for those who are using older versions of Pagestead, however the article will be deleted in the near future. For more up to date information on block management, please review the Managing Blocks & Components section.
In this section, we’ll explain the process of implementing your own custom blocks with Pagestead. We’re assuming you’ll be replacing the default blocks with your own (so the default blocks will no longer be listed in the page builder). We’re assuming you’re familiar with Webpack/Node.js and have Node.js installed and working on your computer.
The following steps are required to use your own blocks with Pagestead: