Beaver Themer v1.2.5
Dec 16, 2019
WordPress Beaver Themer plugin is an Exact Copy of Beaver Themer Plugin distributed by Beaver Builder. Here you can download free Beaver Themer plugin under GPL license. Educational purpose only. No registration needed or no subscription. For commercial Purpose we highly recommend purchase from Developers.
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Take Beaver Builder even more. Beaver Themer allows you to create layouts for archive pages, template a whole post type, 404 and search pages, and make parts like headers and footers. Field connections enable you to attach your layouts to the data within every type of template.
Theme templates allow you to create layouts for things like your blog archive, CPTs, WooCommmerce product, and your 404 page.
Theme parts allow you to create partial layouts like headers and footers and show them on all or simply a number of the pages on your web site.
Field connections allow you to plug your theme templates and parts into the underlying data in every page or post.
Take your archive and blog pages to the next level with full management over however every post in a list or grid gets displayed.
Connect Your data. Reuse Layouts Infinitely
You’ve always been in a position place static content into your layouts, however what happens once you need to show dynamic data from this post, or info about your site? Field Connections in Beaver Themer allow you to bind your module or row settings on to the information you would like so a single layout will apply to multiple posts, pages, or custom post types!
Connect text fields to something from your web site title to this page’s author’s name.
Connect photo fields to your post’s featured image, product pictures, and a lot a lot of.
Connect link fields to urls just like the current post’s permalink or the main web site url.