Posts Slider

Example 1

This example uses the post slider with a thumbnail image set to left aligned. Best for viewing on large and medium devices.

Audio

By Michael Davis | September 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Example 1 – Self Hosted mp3 Thirteen Thirtyfive by Dillon from the album The Silence Kills. Downloaded free from Last.fm Example 2 – URL Streaming Vivaldi: Autumn from The Four Seasons streaming from mfiles.co.uk

HTML

By Michael Davis | September 23, 2016

Example 1 Using standard HTML such as this form markup produces the form shown below. Enter names in the fields, then click “Submit” to submit the form: First name: Last name: Example 2 By adding JavaScript to the HTML module, we can add functions to the markup to perform certain actions. This examples displays an alert…

Photo

By Michael Davis | September 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

  Example 1 In this example, we’re displaying a simple image file with a link back to this post. Example 2 In this example, we’re displaying the same image but adding lightbox functionality when clicked. Example 3 In this example, we’re displaying a photo along with the image caption. You can choose to show the caption…

Text Editor

By Michael Davis | September 23, 2016

Example 1 In this example, we’re using the text editor to place paragraph text and headlines. Lorem Ipsum Lorem Ipsum Lorem Ipsum Lorem Ipsum Lorem Ipsum Lorem Ipsum Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donec vehicula felis ut purus porta, nec fringilla tellus varius. Suspendisse potenti. Nunc pharetra nibh neque, in egestas lorem…

Video

By Michael Davis | September 23, 2016

Example 1 This is a self-hosted mp4 file that is set to loop once you have started the video. Example 2 This is a Vimeo embed. Unlike the self-hosted option, there are no settings within the Beaver Builder video module to allow for the video to start automatically or loop indefinitely.

Separator

By Michael Davis | September 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

Example 1 Separators can act as simple dividers between content. In this example, we make a single line to divide two examples. Example 2 In this example, we’ve created a dashed line, increased the separator’s width to 5px and changed the colour to yellow. Example 3 In this example, we’ve increased the separator’s width to 15px…

Button

By Michael Davis | September 29, 2016 | 1 Comment

Example 1 A standard solid button with a 4x rounded corner. This button has a transition animation that initiates when the user hovers over the button. The button width is set to auto. CLICK ME Example 2 This is the same button but we’ve set the width to 200px. CLICK ME Example 3 A full width…

Example 2

If you prefer that your featured image occupies the entire background of the post, select 'background' from the featured image options. Here we've added a left aligned post title and included the content with a blue background. Good for large and medium devices.

Sidebar

By Michael Davis | September 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

Example 1 In the example below, I have added the Beaver Brains Footer 3 sidebar which shows a text widget displaying the latest Beaver Builder plugin and theme versions. Example 2 In this example, we have created a custom sidebar in WordPress to enable a login and logout widget.

Accordion

By Michael Davis | September 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

  Example 1 In this first example, the accordion is set with default options, showing only the label and a light grey surrounding box. If you open subsequent accordion rows, the others will remain open. Accordion Label 1 This is the accordion content. You add content using a standard WordPress text editor. Using the editor…

Call to Action

By Michael Davis | September 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

  Example 1 In this example, we’re showing the default ‘in-line’ call to action with a standard headline, description and right aligned button. Ready to find out more? Drop us a line today for a free quote! Click Here Example 2 Here we have opted for a background colour for a stacked version of the CTA…

Call Out

By Michael Davis | September 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

Example 1 In this example, we show a call out with a left aligned icon and H3 heading text. Do something today The standard call-out box includes a Heading and description text much like the Call to action module. However, with the call out module you have a few extra features to use such adding images…

Contact Form

By Michael Davis | September 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Example 1   This is the default form option with name, email and message fields shown. Example 2 This example would be used to collect names and phone numbers for a support call back form. The form includes name, subject and phone number field and excludes the email field. The button has been styled accordingly. Example…

Content Slider

By Michael Davis | September 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Example 1 This is the default image slider  set to show only images as slide backgrounds. If your images have different height dimensions, the slider will automatically crop them to the slider height size. Example 2 This example shows the content slider headline and text followed by a call to action button and a right…

Countdown

By Michael Davis | September 25, 2016 | 2 Comments

  Example 1 The default number counter shows days, hours, minutes and seconds. There are no options to display years. The number counter is always centrally placed in the column or row.   Day Hour Minute Second Example 2 Change the number and text size and colour and add a separator between them. Day Hour…

Gallery

By Michael Davis | September 25, 2016 | 2 Comments

Example 1 In ‘Thumbs’ mode, the gallery module will display the thumbnail version of your images. In this example, our thumbnails are set to 150 x 150px in the media library image settings. If you change this to say, 200 x 200px, BB will display that size of image in the gallery module. Example 2 In this…

Icon

By Michael Davis | September 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Example 1 This example shows a simple icon with right aligned text. Text is controlled through the WordPress editor so you can set it as a heading or paragraph text accordingly Example 2 In this example, we’re using an icon on its own – the icon is coloured white with a blue circular background. Backgrounds…

Icon Group

By Michael Davis | September 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

  Example 1 A simple icon group showing a draining battery. In this example, the 4 icons are left aligned, sized at 40px with 30px between them and coloured yellow. Example 2 Within the Icon Group modules individual icon settings is a style tab to assign colours to each icon. In this example the American Express,…

Example 3

This is a similar example but in this case, we've moved the content to the bottom of the post slider and added arrows to navigate. Good for large and medium devices.

Sidebar

By Michael Davis

Example 1 In the example below, I have added the Beaver Brains Footer 3 sidebar which shows a text widget displaying the latest Beaver Builder plugin and theme versions. Example 2 In this example, we have created a custom sidebar in WordPress to enable a login and logout widget.

Accordion

By Michael Davis

  Example 1 In this first example, the accordion is set with default options, showing only the label and a light grey surrounding box. If you open subsequent accordion rows, the others will remain open. Accordion Label 1 This is the accordion content. You add content using a standard WordPress text editor. Using the editor…

Call to Action

By Michael Davis

  Example 1 In this example, we’re showing the default ‘in-line’ call to action with a standard headline, description and right aligned button. Ready to find out more? Drop us a line today for a free quote! Click Here Example 2 Here we have opted for a background colour for a stacked version of the CTA…

Call Out

By Michael Davis

Example 1 In this example, we show a call out with a left aligned icon and H3 heading text. Do something today The standard call-out box includes a Heading and description text much like the Call to action module. However, with the call out module you have a few extra features to use such adding images…

Contact Form

By Michael Davis

Example 1   This is the default form option with name, email and message fields shown. Example 2 This example would be used to collect names and phone numbers for a support call back form. The form includes name, subject and phone number field and excludes the email field. The button has been styled accordingly. Example…

Content Slider

By Michael Davis

Example 1 This is the default image slider  set to show only images as slide backgrounds. If your images have different height dimensions, the slider will automatically crop them to the slider height size. Example 2 This example shows the content slider headline and text followed by a call to action button and a right…

Countdown

By Michael Davis

  Example 1 The default number counter shows days, hours, minutes and seconds. There are no options to display years. The number counter is always centrally placed in the column or row.   Day Hour Minute Second Example 2 Change the number and text size and colour and add a separator between them. Day Hour…

Gallery

By Michael Davis

Example 1 In ‘Thumbs’ mode, the gallery module will display the thumbnail version of your images. In this example, our thumbnails are set to 150 x 150px in the media library image settings. If you change this to say, 200 x 200px, BB will display that size of image in the gallery module. Example 2 In this…

Icon

By Michael Davis

Example 1 This example shows a simple icon with right aligned text. Text is controlled through the WordPress editor so you can set it as a heading or paragraph text accordingly Example 2 In this example, we’re using an icon on its own – the icon is coloured white with a blue circular background. Backgrounds…

Icon Group

By Michael Davis

  Example 1 A simple icon group showing a draining battery. In this example, the 4 icons are left aligned, sized at 40px with 30px between them and coloured yellow. Example 2 Within the Icon Group modules individual icon settings is a style tab to assign colours to each icon. In this example the American Express,…

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