Sep 12, 2017
ProBeaver Weekly 60 – The Berg
Custom Presets in Beaver Theme, Add System Fonts in Beaver Theme, Responsive Breakpoints, Beaver SEO, Beaver Website Showcase, Astra Pro Theme for Beavers, Page Builder Framework Theme Updates.
No prizes for guessing, the only “berg” which has become so popular among WordPress folks in general and page builder folks in specific is… Gutenberg. Well, WordPress 5.0 will see its integration within the core and the option to disable will be available as a separate plugin.
What if, installs of people wanting to remove “Gutenberg” stuff sky rocket to peaks of Himalaya. Well, that will be embarrassing, to say the least.
Beaver Builder Buzz
1. Custom Preset… generator for Beaver Builder Theme. This plugin by Chinmoy helps you quickly create custom preset for theme layout when using Beaver Builder theme.
2. Add system fonts… stack to the customizer preset in the Beaver Builder theme and plugin. Check the code by Neil Gowran for this implementation.
3. Responsive breakpoints… in Beaver Builder are fixed. However, you can easily add new breakpoints using custom CSS. Check this article by Steve Goerger listing common breakpoints for various devices.
4. Is Beaver SEO friendly… in case you missed this. Beaver Builder is one part of the whole setup that needs to be SEO friendly, so build responsibly.
5. Some Beaver inspiration… from amazing websites built using Beaver Builder. Check Beaver Showcase for newly added websites, taking the tally to 78 Beaver websites.
Beaver Builder Extended
3. WPfomo… is now officially available from the makers of PowerPack plugin. This leverage FOMO (Fear of missing out) to jack up sales of your online store selling digital products, courses, and downloadable assets.
3. Page Builder Framework… theme is now officially available for purchase. The base theme is free and you can add amazing features via premium plugin containing addons.
4. WP Multi Store Locator… Pro plugin is now compatible with the majority of page builder including Beaver Builder. [Hat Tip: Saad Iqbal]
Until the next time… smart navigation and hard work can help you scale “right” mountains!