With Custom Sections, you can display custom content on your website based on flexible display conditions with absolutely no coding required.
Custom Sections is a powerful feature that allows you to inject a piece of content almost anywhere on your website based on complex display conditions.
Are you running a discount? Display a custom banner throughout your Entire Site before the header.
Want people to sign up for your Newsletter? Add a newsletter sign-up form to the bottom of All Posts.
Want a different Header for the member area on your website? Create the header with your page builder of choice and make it apply to only specific Pages on your website.
The possibilities are endless.
Custom Sections work seamlessly with popular page builders & the new WordPress Gutenberg editor. Here is a list of all Page Builders & Editors that are supported with Custom Sections:
- Gutenberg Editor
- Classic Editor
- Beaver Builder
Every Custom Section has its own settings area at the bottom of the page. There are 4 main elements in Custom Sections:
- Display Rules
- Responsive Settings
- User Acccess Settings
Let’s have a look at each of them individually.
You can use your Custom Section to either replace the theme-specific elements like the Header, Footer or 404 Page or use it to inject your custom content in one of the available Hooks in Page Builder Framework as seen on the screenshot above.
We have 4 Locations that you can use to display the Custom Section you have created:
- 404 Page
This is where it gets super powerful! Using the display conditions, you can target specifically where your content should be displayed.
The responsive settings are pretty self-explanatory. You can choose whether you want to show/hide your custom sections on:
- or Mobile Devices
Did you know? The Premium Add-On also allows you to set Custom Breakpoints.
Under User Access you can define who your Custom Section should be shown to. Select between:
- All Users
- Logged-In Users
- Visitors (Logged-Out Users)
Bonus: Display Theme Hooks
To get a visual representation of the available locations (Hooks) in Page Builder Framework, logged in users with admin capabilities can Display Theme Hooks from the WordPress admin bar or Custom Sections screen.
This is handy to see where the Custom Section can be injected on the front-end of your website.
Custom Sections is a powerful feature that allows you to build more dynamic websites by injecting custom content in pretty much all areas of your website.
To give you an example how we’re using Custom Sections on the Page Builder Framework website, check out the Ultimate Dashboard banner below this post or the “Join 10,000+ Subscribers” section on our Blog page.
Custom Sections is part of our Premium Add-On for Page Builder Framework which is currently available at only $58/year (or $248/lifetime).
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