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For many dynamic blocks, the save callback function should be returned as null, which tells the editor to save only the block attributes to the database. These attributes are then passed into the server-side rendering callback, so you can decide how to display the block on the front end of your site. When you return null, the editor will skip the block markup validation process, avoiding issues with frequently-changing markup.

If you are using InnerBlocks in a dynamic block you will need to save the InnerBlocks in the save callback function using <InnerBlocks.Content/>

You can also save an HTML representation of the block. If you provide a server-side rendering callback, this HTML will be replaced with the output of your callback, but will be rendered if your block is deactivated or your render callback is removed.

Block attributes can be used for any content or setting you want to sa