Introducing: Elementor Nav Menu Integration

If you own the Premium Addon, you already know about the flexibility you get with Page Builder Framework’s menu variations & sticky navigation. It’s getting even better today. I introduce to you: Elementor menu widget integration and the brand new stacked advanced menu. Elementor Menu Widget Integration With the recently released Elementor Menu Widget, we…

Free Version of the Page Builder Framework Released!

It’s been three months since the official launch of the Page Builder Framework theme and I’m proud to announce that I’ve decided to release a free version. I decided to split the theme into a free version and a premium addon that you can purchase to unlock all the features. But, what does that mean…

Menu Hover Effects, Feature Requests & more!

I’m excited to show you some of the new features in version 1.1 of the Page Builder Framework – the first major update since it went live 3 months ago. It has been a great start with the Page Builder Framework, with over 30 new features being introduced so far. Big thanks to the community for helping me…

Add a Call-to-Action Button to your Header Menu

Having a Call-to-Action button in your menu is a great thing. It grabs the attention of your visitors and points out the most important page on your website. In this quick tutorial I’m going to show you how to easily create a call-to-action (cta) button in the your website with the Page Builder Framework. At…

Introducing: the Page Builder Framework for WordPress

I’m proud to introduce to you today: The WP Page Builder Framework. What is it and who is it for? The WordPress Page Builder Framework is a WordPress theme, created to work with popular page builder plugins like Beaver Builder, Elementor, Divi & and more. It has been built with page speed in mind, is…

Responsive font sizes, off canvas menus & more!

After 4 weeks of beta testing, version 0.3 is the first major update to the Page Builder Framework. Before we jump into the new features I’d like to thank everyone for taking the time to test the framework and provide feedback. This really helps us to point the framework in the right direction. I’ve created…