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Hoping to update my “IndieWeb plugin” with basic block support. Fixing core would be even better.

Either way, themes will need to update, too.

tonz.eu/nlwordcamp/

(bddz.be/ldX)

Come to think of it, while the most flexible block-based approach that won't eat your microformats classes is obviously a Custom HTML block, a Markdown block, for those that have Jetpack installed, *may* work, too.

Oh, nevermind, the JS parser supports CommonMark, and not, unlike its PHP counterpart for the Classic Editor, MarkdownExtra (which *does* support adding a class attribute to things like links).

Why blocks won't cut it: you still need themes to add, e.g., `p-name` to titles. And `e-content` to the post content (≠ the post as a whole). In fact, most WP themes already label content `entry-content`, so it's as simple as adding a second class.

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