Builder Style Manager: Introduction

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Style Manager supports two different formats: a format for the newer, responsive-ready child themes and a format for the older, non-responsive child themes. These formats are not compatible with one another, meaning that you will only have access to the Styles that are usable by your current child theme.
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If you are running a responsive-ready child theme, a notice will appear after installing Style Manager with a list of Styles created in this format. Any Styles in the other format still exist and can still be used if you switch back to a non-responsive child theme.
  
  

Revision as of 13:34, July 29, 2013

The Builder Style Manager - BETA is a plugin for iThemes Builder that provides an easy-to-use interface to adjust basic styling of various site elements.

Style Manger generates the CSS code and gives a preview of changes in real time to easily assign colors, change fonts, add borders or change spacing specifications for various site components including:

Background Site Font Links Headings Comments Basic Module Module Sidebars Header Module Content Module Navigation Module Image Module Widget Bar Module HTML Module Footer Module

Installation

  1. Download the Builder Style Manager - Beta plugin from iThemes Member Panel.
  2. From the WordPress dashboard, navigate to Plugins > Add New.
  3. Install and Activate the builder-style-manager zip file.


Once Builder Audio Block has been installed, you'll notice a new menu item has been added to the My Theme left-hand navigation of your WordPress dashboard for Style Manager.


Style-manager-dashboard.png



Style Manager Formats

Style Manager supports two different formats: a format for the newer, responsive-ready child themes and a format for the older, non-responsive child themes. These formats are not compatible with one another, meaning that you will only have access to the Styles that are usable by your current child theme.

If you are running a responsive-ready child theme, a notice will appear after installing Style Manager with a list of Styles created in this format. Any Styles in the other format still exist and can still be used if you switch back to a non-responsive child theme.


Additional Links

Style Manager Support Forum

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