There are many ‘heavy weight’ plugins available to create and display events on a page. Most of them come with lots of functions, like booking forms, capacity planning and more. Making just an event agenda could be done with Advanced Custom Fields Pro and Beaver Themer.
Today I finished my WP Elevation Blueprint course and Davinder Singh Kainth asked me if I wanted to share some of my experiences. I am glad to be able to and hope it is of any value for you all.
For years many WordPress specialists position WordPress as a true content management system. And for sure that is the case. To extend the row of showcases, we decided to use Beaver Themer and Search & Filter Pro in our latest customer case.
Im a so excited to be in the playing field of Beaver Themer, Custom Post Types, Advanced Custom Fields Pro and being part of WP Elevation. I am sure that this unique combination will make the difference for me to differentiate me in the market and step away form ‘just’ the basic pages/posts websites.
Repeating fields are part of the Advanced Custom Fields Pro package but represent a very powerful fieldtype, used a lot in lists of repeating products or services. Beaver Themer doe not have yet native support for the ACF Pro fieldtypes, so a little workaround might help for the time being.
Well, first of all I have to make my apologies here, for being ‘away’ so long. As I mentioned in my video interview with David Waumsley, I was spending to many business hours in research & development.
With the initial development of WordPress as a blogging platform, the ‘anathomy’ of the homepage was structured around a list of blogposts. With the changing application needs from users, the structure of a home- or landingpage can have many more variations.
Didou Schol developed a light weight plugin for positioning custom fields on archive and single post pages using the Templates tool within Beaver Builder. Do we need anything else?
Now that we all pay so much attention to the do’s and don’t’s within the Beaver Builder platform, some see to forget that WordPress webdevelopment is more than just making nice page. Brenda Malone started this interesting discussion on the Beaver Builder Facebook group. Some of our opinions and suggestions the get things done more streamlined.