Core Styles

These are not reusable blocks. This just shows the default styling for all content across the board. Anything that requires a CSS class will be noted.


Header 1

Header 2

Header 3

Header 4

Header 5
Header 6

CSS class ppc-font-alt

Header 1

Header 2

Header 3

Header 4

Header 5
Header 6


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Fifty Fifty Block

This is a custom block

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CSS Classes

The blocks on the page will have additional settings that show on the right-hand side column of the editor. The Settings can be hidden or shown by clicking on the black and white gear icon in the top right corner. Depending on whichever block is currently selected, different settings will be displayed in the column. To add additional CSS classes to a block, first make sure the correct block is selected, and it will most likely have blue outline around it to show you what is currently selected.

PRO TIP: Use the up and down arrow keys on your keyboard to move about and select different blocks. Many blocks have other blocks nested within them, and sometimes it’s tricky to select the containing block for an area. Just click somewhere near where you want to select, then hit up or down on your keyboard until you see that the block you are looking for is selected and outlined in blue.

Once your block is selected, look near the bottom of the settings on the right-hand side, then under the Advanced tab drawer (it may be closed and need to be toggled open by clicking on it), you will find the Additional CSS class(es) field. This field is where you will place the CSS classname that will customize the block as shown.


Create a Container block. Add a Header 1 and 2 tag. Assign ppc-small-header class by using Advanced > Additional CSS class(es) to the Container in the Sidebar Block Settings.

This is a Header 1

This is a Header 2


Create a header tag. Pick the text and background color. Apply CSS class ppc-box to the Header tag under Advanced > Additional CSS class(es)

Text inside box goes here


Create a list. Set it to be a numbered list (aka, an ordered list). Apply CSS class ppc-circle-list to the list under Advanced > Additional CSS class(es)

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To have the inner columns stretch to be the same height as their siblings, apply CSS class ppc-stretch-vertically to the parent container of an Advanced Columns block under Advanced > Additional CSS class(es).

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Jeff Bond, Chat With Leaders

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Custom Blocks


Displays slants behind the next content block. Defaults to the left-hand side, but by adding the class right to Advanced > Additional CSS class(es) it will display them on the right-hand side.

Vertical Pod

Create a columns block. In each column place the Vertical Pod and fill out the custom fields with the content you want to display.


Create a post-and-page-grid block. Select how many Posts and Columns you want to display. Under the Category tab select Podcasts. Add ppc-podcast-image at the Post-and-page-grid block level under Advanced > Additional CSS class(es).