Copy Block

These are examples of copy block modules along with ways to modify them. Typically used to display a passage of copy in whatever story or page you are building. Anything you can do in a WordPress Editor you can do in one of these.

All header styles are available in this module

But make sure that you are still following accessibility rules while using them. Additionally, on the editor view you will notice that you can edit the text the same way you can edit it in the WordPress editor for a normal page, including options to bold text, italicize text, create bullet points and insert hyperlinks. Just because you can, doesn’t necessarily mean that you should though. Keep best practices in mind.

Shortcodes are also available to use in this module.

Button text

Here’s the copy block with the background enabled to full width

As you can see, the automatic background color is purple, and will span the entire width of the screen. You can adjust this color, along with the color of the content background and the text color, to whatever you choose. Please keep in mind accessibility rules though, as good contrast is important for many people, especially those with visual impairments.


Example copy block text:

Marvel Cinematic Universe: Black Panther

Black Panther is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The following details out the character’s history in the MCU as portrayed by the late Chadwick Boseman. 

Black Panther’s Abilities & History

Black Panther is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist-coplotter Jack Kirby. The character first appeared in Fantastic Four #52 (cover-dated July 1966) in the Silver Age of Comic Books. Black Panther’s real name is T’Challa, and he is depicted as the king and protector of the fictional African nation of Wakanda. Along with possessing enhanced abilities achieved through ancient Wakandan rituals of drinking the essence of the heart-shaped herb, T’Challa also relies on his proficiency in science, rigorous physical training, hand-to-hand combat skills, and access to wealth and advanced Wakandan technology to combat his enemies.

Black Panther is the first superhero of African descent in mainstream American comics, having debuted years before early black superheroes such as Marvel Comics’ the Falcon (1969), Luke Cage (1972), and Blade (1973) or DC Comics‘ John Stewart in the role of Green Lantern (1971). In one comic book storyline, the Black Panther mantle is handled by Kasper Cole, a multiracial New York City police officer. Beginning as an impersonator, Cole would later take on the moniker of White Tiger and become an ally to T’Challa. The role of Black Panther and leadership of Wakanda was also given to T’Challa’s sister Shuri while he was in a coma for a short time.

Black Panther has made numerous appearances in various television shows, animated films and video games. Chadwick Boseman portrayed the character in Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe‘s films: Captain America: Civil War (2016), Black Panther (2018), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), and Avengers: Endgame (2019), and voiced alternate versions of the character in the first season of the animated series What If…? (2021).