I have updated the current page template so that it is locked and uses two of custom blocks that i have created.


function my_add_template_to_posts() {
    $post_type_object = get_post_type_object( 'page' );
    $post_type_object->template = array(
          array( 'jabgutenberg/bannerimage'),
          array( 'jabgutenberg/section'),
$post_type_object->template_lock = 'all'; 
add_action( 'init', 'my_add_template_to_posts' );

The 'Section' block allows you to add as many blocks inside, as it uses {templateLock: false}

( function( blocks, editor, components, i18n, element,title ) {

var el = wp.element.createElement,
    registerBlockType = wp.blocks.registerBlockType
    InnerBlocks = wp.editor.InnerBlocks;

registerBlockType( 'jabgutenberg/section', {
    title: i18n.__('Section'),
    icon: 'columns',
    description: i18n.__('A section.'),
    category: 'common',
    edit: function edit() {
        return el(InnerBlocks, { templateLock: false });
    save: function save() {
        return el(
            el(InnerBlocks.Content, null)
} );   

} )(window.wp.blocks,window.wp.editor,window.wp.components,window.wp.i18n,window.wp.element,

Thie issues is that everytime you add an extra block inside the 'Section' you get the error

'The content of your post doesn’t match the template assigned to your post type.'

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Is there any way of stopping this without unlocking the template?

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