Gallery blocks have two settings: the number of columns, and whether or not images should be cropped. The default number of columns is three, and the maximum number of columns is eight.
Below is a three column gallery at full width, with cropped images.
Some more text for taking up space.
A two column gallery, aligned to the left, linked to media file.
In the editor, the image captions can be edited directly by clicking on the text.
If the number of images cannot be divided into the number of columns you have selected, the default is to have the last image(s) automatically stretch to the width of your gallery.
A four column gallery with a wide width:
A five column gallery with normal images:
This is the same gallery, but with cropped images.
Six columns: does it work at all window sizes?
Seven columns: how does this look on a narrow window?
The Common category includes the following blocks: Paragraph, image, headings, list, gallery, quote, audio, cover, video.
The paragraph block is the default block type. It should not have any alignment of any kind. It should just flow like you would normally expect. Nothing fancy. Just straight up text, free flowing, with love.
This paragraph is left aligned.
This italic paragraph is right aligned.
Neither of these paragraphs care about politics, but this one is bold, medium sized and has a drop cap.
This paragraph is centered.
This paragraph prefers Jazz over Justin Timberlake. It also uses the small font size.
This paragraph has something important to say: It has a large font size, which defaults to 36px.
The huge text size defaults to 46px, but the size can be customized.
This paragraph is colorful, with a red background and white text (maybe). Colored blocks should have a high enough contrast, so that the text is readable.
Below this block, you will see a single image with a circle mask applied.