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google tag manager with beaver builder

Use Google Tag Manager to add custom Javascript to your site Avoid adding more WordPress plugins and get greater control of code running on your site

Use Google’s Tag Manager to add custom Javascript to your Beaver Builder pages. By using Tag Manager’s powerful variables, you can add analytics, chat bubbles and social sharing buttons on specific pages at specific times going way beyond the normal control you get from plugins and Beaver Builders own Global and Layout Javascript integration.

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Dashboard Widget with Beaver Builder and Beaver PowerPack Create WordPress Admin Dashboard widgets with Beaver Builder

It’s great to see Beaver Builder used in such creative ways. Clark Marshall and Chantal Marie-Laurence Edouard-Betsy collaborate on this brilliant solution to bring Beaver Builder templates to your dashboard widgets. If you’re running a network of client websites or a multisite install and need a way to add customised dashboard widgets that upsell, inform…

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Custom post type templates in Beaver Builder How to create complex layouts using fields from both WordPress and Advanced Custom Fields

Silent movies are often the best and this example from Thierry Pigot is no exception. In this video, Thierry creates a Beaver Builder template that displays the post title, subtitle, featured image, post content and two ACF custom fields using a feature of his upcoming Ultimate Beaver plugin. Displaying Fields The plugin will make it a…

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Compression, pixel sizes and responsive images in Beaver Builder Working with media in Beaver Builder

In this exercise, I’m looking at how WordPress and Beaver Builder handle images, compression applied, cropped sizes and display variations for responsive display settings. WordPress jpg compression When you upload a JPG image to your media folder, WordPress automatically applies an 82% compression to the file. WP does not apply any compression to your original…

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