The difficulty of a toolset lies in its need to be both robust and intuitive. Toolset allows you to bypass scripting languages like PHP and Java entirely. However, you need to know HTML/CSS or fight with page builder connections if you want a decent design.
We’re excited to share with you today a brand new method for developing websites with the Toolset. When you put Toolset’s full power to work for you, you’ll be able to create stunning designs with complete confidence.
Integration with the WordPress Block Editor
The new WordPress editor debuted four months ago with version 5.0. The new Block Editor doesn’t do anything to stand out when used alone. Still, it ends up being a fantastic platform for programmers (like ourselves). Contrary to popular belief, the WordPress Block Editor is not a page builder. Incorporated inside WordPress, it’s a visual editor.
Without any actual design components, the Block Editor delivers the bare minimum in terms of editing functionality. For this reason, we went ahead and built our own collection of building blocks for web pages.
Dynamic Content – Everywhere
Yes, WordPress already has a plethora of high-quality page builders to choose from. However, dynamic content integration is restricted while using page builders for Toolset site design. You’ll be able to get the fundamentals done, but not much more.
You may use dynamic content everywhere thanks to Toolset’s compatibility with the WordPress Block Editor. Use title data to establish section headings, custom field data to determine button text, and title data to identify image sources. Anything. The post relationship is fully supported by this integrated system. A automobile template, for instance, might prominently feature the brand’s name (a related post).
Fewer Plugins – More Stability
Now, you may create websites with just Toolset and a basic theme. The discussion is over. No longer will a suite of “design” add-ons be required. A more manageable number of plugins will greatly improve your site’s speed and stability. When a new version of Toolset is released, we make sure it all works properly with WordPress. Outdated integrations are a major source of unpleasant issues. There are less opportunities for error when developing websites using simply WordPress and Toolset.