Designing Templates for Custom Post Types and Custom Fields with Beaver Builder
Allows you to create templates for custom post types using Beaver Builder. Instead of copying the Beaver Builder design for every item, design a template once, include in it custom fields and taxonomy and it will display for the entire custom post type.
Until now, you needed to create a template, tweak it, and reapply it to each item. When you needed to update the design, you’d have to manually edit all items.
Using the integration between Toolset and Beaver Builder, you will design templates. You design a template only once and it displays all the items that belong to that custom post type. Templates will include custom fields and taxonomy, so that each item includes the right content, but doesn’t require its own design in Beaver Builder.
One Beaver Builder Design for the Entire Custom Type
This is how Beaver Builder and Toolset work together:
- You still design your pages using the same Beaver Builder interface.
- Instead of using “hard coded” contents for titles, text, or images, you use Toolset to insert fields into your Beaver Builder designs.
- Instead of tweaking and applying the same template all over again, you use Toolset to assign one template to multiple items.
Customize the Design of All Posts Simultaneously
Modifying the design of a website is something we all need to do eventually. It may be needed to improve your content’s usability, visual appeal, or simply to freshen things up a bit.
To adjust all the posts you are using the template for, you only need to edit the original design. The changes you make will be applied to all posts of that post type.
Insertion of a field into the Beaver Builder design is reflected on the front-end for all posts
With a single account, you will be able to build as many sites as you need for yourself and for your clients. Our 30-days refunds give you the peace of mind, knowing that if you don’t like our approach to building sites, you get all your money back.