Brizy Pro includes a theme builder as one of its features. With this function, you can design your own templates to use as the basis for your theme’s individual components. If you’re unfamiliar with theme builder, you may read our earlier article for an introduction. We also have an article comparing WordPress themes and theme builders that you might find interesting.
Brizy makes it easy to make unique layouts for theme components without knowing PHP. Brizy is a visual editor that allows you to achieve this. Here are some of the theme components for which you can make your own templates in Brizy Pro.
WooCommerce is a plugin that can be installed on WordPress to turn your site into an online store. The majority of modern page builder plugins include an option to modify every facet of WooCommerce. This also applies to Brizy. The paid edition of Brizy allows you to modify the appearance of several WooCommerce components, such as:
- Product detail page
- Retail outlet Website
- Category Webpage for Products
- Site for product tags
- Product page search
Mega Menu Builder
It’s unusual for a page builder to have a giant menu generator as a standard feature. For example, JetMenu is a plugin that is required for use with Elementor. However, Brizy is not the norm. Using the Menu element, you can incorporate a custom header menu into your Brizy Pro-created website. To transform a menu into a giant menu, simply click an item and select the giant Menu checkbox. After that, populating your mega menu with the items of your choosing is a breeze. Blog entry, WooCommerce item, image, etc.
In need of WordPress popup creation? Brizy Pro, with its in-app popup builder, is likewise up to the task. Brizy’s popup constructor is comparable to those of Elementor and JetPopup. If you make a popup in Brizy, it will only show up on Brizy-made pages or templates. That is to say, you won’t see the popup if you use your theme’s standard single post template rather than one you’ve customized with Brizy.
Brizy -> Popups will lead you to Brizy Pro’s popup creator. You can make a popup from scratch, but it’s far easier to use one of the more than 40 premade layouts available.
How would you define WordPress? To be used as a blog? Publishing software? or a database to store information?
That much is obvious. WordPress is a useful tool for building interactive websites. From an individual blog to a corporate blog, news aggregator to online magazine. WordPress pages are made up of dynamic elements. Some of the elements that make up a single post are the title, meta description, featured article, main article body, comments section, and so on. The Brizy Pro theme builder gives you complete control over the appearance of these elements by allowing you to make your own templates. You can use the following components into a unique layout to make use of dynamic data.
- Post Title
- Post Content
- Post Excerpt
- Post Meta (date, time, category, author)
- Author Name
- Author Bio
- Post Tags
- Site Title
- Site Tagline
- Archive Title
- Archive Description
When WordPress’s built-in support for dynamic content isn’t quite cutting it. Let’s pretend you’re working on a movie database website where each movie page needs information like the film’s genre, director, producer, writer, etc. You can use custom fields to save the relevant information in such a scenario. The dynamic content from your custom fields can be added to Brizy Pro.
- ACF (Advanced Custom Fields)
- Meta Box
The Form element is available in both the free and paid versions of Brizy, and may be used to create a contact form. MailerLite and ActiveCampaign are just two of the marketing platforms that may be integrated with a Brizy Pro form.