FOLLOW OUR STEPS IN BEAVER BUILDER
Exploring Beaver Builder plugin together with various themes and other helpful plugins to improve technical and creative webdesign skills.
David Waumsley was so kind to ask me in his ‘Beaver Builder Televison Channel’ last week. Without any doubt we started a couple of times with some technical problems, but David managed to get it all done. Thanks a lot for compiling this interview in such a nice way.
For years we have been working with the Genesis/Dynamik combination. Genesis is still one of the best hook based foundations on which space/speed effective childthemes can be developed. Dynamik is in its basic idea a childtheme, but it acts like a WordPress theme development tool. Cobaltapps saw the Beaver Builder market growing and developed Beaver Extender. Our first impressions.
Eric Hamm from CobaltApps, the developer of the Dynamik Website Builder as a childtheme of Genesis asked if the Extender plugin could be useful for Beaver Builder theme. Our thoughts.
Following up on part one, first thanks for all comments on the Beaver Builder facebook group. We continue rebuilding Bridge to Divi version 3 and we will add some other more technical aspects of Divi and will conclude with our final judgement for as far as possible.
Last week I watched the video from Adam Preiser from wpcrafter.com. He compared about four pagebuilders. Among them Divi version 3 and Beaver Builder. I took the challenge to do some digging in Divi.
The Beaver Builder plugin is a great pagebuilder with enough modules and templates to make appealing pages. Beaver Builder gained market share because of its clean code, its friendly user-interface and its non-destroying content after de-activating the plugin. Our analyses on current 3rd party add-on developers.