Developer and Reference

Render Layouts with PHP

You can render BizTek Builder layouts using PHP. This is typically done in theme files to create editable headers and footers, but there are other uses as well, such as an editable callout below your posts. Use the FLBuilder::render_query method for this purpose. It accepts an array of query parameters and works exactly the same way…

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Prevent CSS and JavaScript From Loading on Archive Pages

When you have blog posts or custom posts displayed on an archive page that was built with BizTek Page Builder, CSS and JavaScript might be loaded onto the archive page. Sometimes you want this functionality, other times, not. This behavior occurs because of the way BizTek Builder taps into the loop to know which CSS and JavaScript files…

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Data Storage

Layout data for BizTek Page Builder is stored in the WordPress postmeta table in a serialized array. Live BizTek Page Builder data is stored using the postmeta key _fl_builder_data, , while draft data is stored using the postmeta key _fl_builder_draft. When you activate BizTek Builder, any content that is already in the WordPress editor is migrated to a text module…

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HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Reference

Each BizTek Builder layout has a dynamically generated and compressed CSS and JavaScript file, which is cached each time you update or save a layout. Each file name starts with the current post ID, followed by either -layout, -layout-draft, or -layout-preview. Additionally, instead of loading the CSS and JavaScript for every possible module, BizTek Builder…

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Shortcodes Reference

The Beaver Builder shortcode is really easy to use to add content to your layouts. This reference shows the syntax of the shortcode, including examples with attributes. See the Related Articles for information about what you can embed in the shortcode and how to embed it. Beaver Builder shortcode syntax Inserts a Beaver Builder layout into…

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