Your Site Doesn’t Include Support for the “wicked-block-builder/your-block-name-here” Block
If you encounter this error for a block you created with Wicked Block Builder it means the block isn’t being registered with WordPress. This could be for a number of reasons:
- The block’s status was changed to draft
Only published blocks are registered. If you change a block’s status to draft after adding it to a page you’ll see this error. Re-publish the block or remove it from the page if it’s not ready to be used yet.
- The block was trashed
Only published blocks are registered so you’ll get this error if a block is moved to the trash. Untrash the block or remove it from the page.
- The block was deleted
If the block was permanently deleted, you’ll need to restore a database backup containing the block or rebuild the block from scratch.
- You deactivated Wicked Block Builder
Wicked Block Builder needs to be active to load blocks that were created with it.
- Another plugin is filtering the blocks
Wicked Block Builder uses a custom post type for blocks. You may see this error if another plugin (such as a language plugin) filters the block posts. You can confirm if this is the case by temporarily deactivating all other plugins and reloading the page to see if the error goes away. If it does, reactivate the plugins one-at-a-time until the error returns to determine which plugin is causing the conflict. Contact us with the name of the plugin and we’ll see if it’s something that can be fixed on either our end or the conflicting plugin’s end.
- The block’s slug was changed
The block’s slug should never be changed. If this happens, change the slug back to the slug shown in the error (i.e. the part after “wicked-block-builder/”) to resolve.