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The Widget Content feature adds the use of an advanced editor to create widget content. A new Widget Content top-level menu is now on the back-end and allows for creation of widget content with the same interface as posts and pages. Once a Widget Content entry is saved, you can add the Widget Content widget to a sidebar location and select the desired Widget Content entry from the drop down to add that content to a sidebar.
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The [[Builder_Widget_Content:_Introduction|Widget Content]] feature adds the use of an advanced editor to create widget content. A new Widget Content top-level menu is now on the back-end and allows for creation of widget content with the same interface as posts and pages. Once a Widget Content entry is saved, you can add the Widget Content widget to a sidebar location and select the desired Widget Content entry from the drop down to add that content to a sidebar.
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=Import/Export=
 
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Revision as of 11:27, July 19, 2013

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Layouts

Responsive

Starting with version 4.0, Builder theme is responsive.

Widget Content Editor

The Widget Content feature adds the use of an advanced editor to create widget content. A new Widget Content top-level menu is now on the back-end and allows for creation of widget content with the same interface as posts and pages. Once a Widget Content entry is saved, you can add the Widget Content widget to a sidebar location and select the desired Widget Content entry from the drop down to add that content to a sidebar.


Import/Export

Builder provides the ability to export 'Layouts and Views' and/or 'Theme Settings' and import them to another WP site running Builder.

To access this, go to WP dashboard -> My Theme -> Settings -> Import / Export (tab)

Screenshot:

Builder-import-export.png

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

This new feature was announced by Chris Jean recently, and we now have a full webinar recording in which Chris walks through how to use Import/Export, step by step.

In this webinar you will learn what the feature does, when you might want to use it, and when it makes more sense to use BackupBuddy. Chris also reviews all the other changes he incorporated into Builder 2.8.0.

All iThemes Builder users should watch this video, especially those of you involved in web design and development as a career.

View the video here ==> http://ithemes.com/?p=4774

Duplicate Sidebar

See Duplicate Sidebar Widget and this blog post.

Analytics and JavaScript Code

Builder makes it very easy to enter Google Analytics ID and custom JavaScript code that you might want to enter in <head> and/or just above </body> sections.

Builder-settings-google-analytics.png

Note: After entering Google Analytics ID in Builder settings,

1. it might take a day or two for Google Analytics to show tracking data in your account.

2. when page source of site is viewed,

UA- number doesn't print directly in the page.

We can see code similar to

<script type='text/javascript'>
(function() {
var bsl=document.createElement('script');
bsl.type='text/javascript';bsl.async=true;bsl.src='http://66.147.244.215/~hpgcom/hughes/wp-content/uploads/it-file-cache/builder-core/script.js?ver=3';
var se=document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0];se.parentNode.insertBefore(bsl,se);
})();
</script>

Above code loads wp-content/uploads/it-file-cache/builder-core/script.js file which is where the Builder-generated scripts are.

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