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Beaver Team Pro 1.1.1 Release Notes – January Update

Updates New Stuff No new features this month, just improvements Improvements Update All Add setting to module defaults when updating all – Both modules must be activated for this feature Better handling of 2.2 settings groups Improved ‘update all’ handling of responsive settings – now when you update all, it only updates the responsive settings you…

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Content sliders with different image sizes – the right way.

In an ideal world, people would resize their images so that they are all the same size and aspect ratio. Then our sliders would be smooth and everything would fit nicely. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case… But it should be. Introducing, The ultimate guide to making images fit inside their container and not cropping or…

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Beaver Team Pro 1.0.7 Release Notes – Fall Update

Hey All, Here is our latest update for Beaver Team Pro. We can now safely say we are out of Beta, and this is a production ready, stable plugin. Any issues, please contact us. Updates New Stuff These modules are disabled by default. Please activate them in Settings > Beaver Builder > Developer Filter – Disable…

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Adding notes to Beaver Builder modules

James from Implexa Solutions asked:   I am working on a pretty big and complex project and I was thinking today that I wish there was a way I could add a comment to a module, column or row settings area. For example, I have a gallery that the images need to by 300×300 to…

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Implementing AMP: What You Need to Know

About a couple years ago, Google introduced the AMP project in its bid to create faster websites. Unfortunately, not every site benefits from AMP as it’s not suitable for some. With that said, this guide was created to help you determine if you should implement AMP to your site. Let’s begin by defining what AMP is.…

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Free Plugins vs Premium Plugins for WordPress

Did you know that WordPress powers over 30% of the internet’s websites? Yep, that is 30.6% to be exact as of April of this year, to be exact. That makes WordPress the largest CMS with a massive margin over other CMS. One of the reasons is that WordPress has a plethora of available plugins to…

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Exploring The Gutenberg Editor

If you’re a long-time WordPress user, then you might have noticed that there hasn’t any been major changes to the WordPress visual editor over the years. It’s not an actual cause to worry and it’s not entirely a bad thing especially if you’re not so keen on changes, but with other platforms offering unique and…

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Limit Beaver Builder modules by user level

Chris in the Beaver Builder FB group asked if it was possible to limited the beaver builder modules by the user level. The answer is yes! using a lil’ PHP code we can restrict the available plugins by all sorts of capabilities.   <?php function simple_modules($setting){ $basicModules = array( // these are all the standard…

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Using a Page Builder for Web Design Projects

It’s become a topic how using a page builder or doing it old school and design a website from scratch defines a real developer. What does it mean to be a “real” developer, anyway? While most sneer at websites built with page builders and prefer it done old school, you have to admit that page…

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