For a website I have implemented Post Formats as a way to indicate how a post should be formatted on the homepage. It’s an easy way to assign class name and style it with CSS. This way an editor can easily appoint a post as featured or as a post without featured image, thus making the title bolder to compensate.
With the classic editor I was able to assign the Post Formats custom names.
This worked beautifully without any issues. That is until we switched over to Gutenberg (Block Editor). I was able to find only one solution to change the names, but that solution for some reason I am not able to figure – does not work.
I searched through Google and the WordPress forum. So far I have not been able to figure out a solution.
This is part 2 of Transitioning from Classic Editor to Gutenberg Editor