drag and drop
If you find yourself surrounded by strange people who keep monotonously repeating the phrase “Custom Post Types”, don’t panic. You have stumbled across a gathering of WordPress developers and, as long as you do not make any sudden movements, you will be perfectly safe. This ancient tribe has many strange customs: Custom Taxonomies, Custom Fields and, as you’ve already noticed, the most sacred custom of all, Custom Post Types.
As mysterious as Custom Post Types may sound, it is entirely possible for you to master them, along with all the other impressive-sounding technologies that magically expand what you can achieve with WordPress, without even needing to learn how to code.
Clients always need advanced and highly specific features for their sites. Developing every single functionality required by clients from scratch and customizing it to meet their preferences can be time-consuming. Toolset enables you to address your users’ needs (whether beginner or advanced) easily, reducing your work while increasing your sales. I bet you get questions like these from your clients: How do I disable the sidebars for my archive? How do I design custom templates? How do I use a different layout for all items belonging to a custom type? How do I design a custom WooCommerce single-product template? Can…
Whilst WordPress themes do make it easy to create and launch new sites, they do bind you to the layout provided – which could be an issue if you would like to differentiate your design or you need to make alterations as your site grows.
Enter page builder plugins, which have been created specifically to address this issue. They provide you with control over your theme design, in the process allowing you to create beautiful looking websites, whilst delivering additional functionality.
Wouldn’t it be great if we never needed to be 100% dependant on some expensive web developer to code our site for us and we could do it all ourselves? No need to learn how to code, no need to spend thousands of dollars; just build a site with a set of blocks just like we did with Lego when we were kids.
Enter Page Builders – your solution to create a custom website by moving different blocks around within a visual interface without the need for any technical knowledge. It places the power of a web developer right into your hands. Pretty sweet, right?
The MotoPress Content Editor plugin is a drag and drop page builder tool for WordPress. The plugin lets you create content rich layouts for your posts and pages, all though an intuitive drag and drop interface.
Can this plugin succeed in replacing the default WordPress post and page editor? Find out in our MotoPress Content Editor review.
Today we are taking a look at the FastLine Page Builder plugin, a frontend drag and drop layout editor for WordPress.
One of the key selling points of this plugin is the included attractive page layouts and the great selection of content modules which can be dragged and dropped into your custom layouts.
Find out if this plugin lives up to its potential in our FastLine Page Builder review.
OnTheGoSystems have just released a beta version of the drag and drop component for Toolset, named Layouts.
Layouts lets you design entire pages, from the header, through the content and down to the footer, using a drag-and-drop interface.
You can use layouts for individual pages or as templates for entire content types.
A review of the best drag and drop builder plugins that are available online, including Visual Composer, Velocity Page and Elegant Builder and more.