Responsive UI for Beaver Builder

Description

When you have set Visibility settings in Beaver Builder, it’s not easy to see what rows, columns and modules appear on different devices. This plugin adds a visual guide with a click of a button.

Screenshots

  • Once activated you will see the UI button appear in the top of Beaver Builder screenshot-1.png
  • You will see different icons depending on which Breakpoints you have set in the Visibility settings screenshot-2.png

FAQ

How does it work

Beaver Builder lets you hide and show elements based on “Visibility” settings dependent on device size. You can control these via the ‘Advanced’ tab in row, column and module settings in the ‘Visibility’ section. Which is great, but the only problem is you can’t then see which elements are hiding and showing until you click on each of their settings.

In order to see which modules, columns and rows are showing/hiding, edit any page with Beaver Builder and you will see the “UI” button appear in the top bar. Click on that to see which elements you have with Visibility settings and which devices they are set to.

Reviews

Januari 22, 2021
If you work with Beaver Builder you need this. Especially if you design more than just a basic site.
Januari 22, 2021
It's one of those plugins that you didn't know you needed until you have used it. This plugin is essential for extensive users of Beaver Builder when creating websites for clients professionally.
Januari 17, 2021
Thanks Chris for making this. It's going to be very useful on sites where I use Beaver Builder visibility a lot. It should stop me deleting those "spacer" columns I set up and later forget about - whoops!. Perfect as a plugin rather than as something in Beaver Builder.
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Contributors & Developers

“Responsive UI for Beaver Builder” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.0.3

  • Updated compatibility for WP 5.9.

1.0.2

  • jQuery updates for WP 5.7

1.0.1

  • Amendments to styling so it is more obvious when it is on / off

1.0.0

  • Initial Version