CJT Code Blocks are the basic unit for writing code and assigning it to specific WordPress requests (e.g. for a Page, Post, Category, Blog index, Expression, etc). It is the main gateway for interaction, allowing users to have their codes assigned. In general, blocks should always be created when you need to assign a piece of code with specific requests.
CJT is very flexible, allowing you to create multiple blocks, while:
- assigning each block to different requests
- assigning each block to the same request
You can assign multiple blocks to the same request, and allow multiple requests to share the same block (or blocks). The possibilities are endless.
CJT Blocks require only two steps in order to get them involved with the request. The first is to tell CJT where this block should be assigned (to the request), and the second is to write the code that needs to be assigned.
Blocks can be arranged in different levels. This includes the Global Block Level and the Page/Post Level (Metabox Block).