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Tag: Beaver Builder

The popular Beaver Builder plugin is a very good page-builder for WordPress sites. It is possible to use Beaver Builder with the PublishPress plugins. You can click here to download the free version of Beaver Builder.

PublishPress Revisions 3 is Available With a New Workflow

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PublishPress Revisions is the plugin that allows you to safely make changes to WordPress posts.

You can edit a post and submit those changes for feedback and approval, before it goes live on your site. It's also possible to schedule those changes to go live on a future date.

All of these features make PublishPress Revisions a popular choice for WordPress publishers.

However, to realize the full potential of PublishPress Revisions, we've made some big updates to how the plugin works.

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How to Control Permissions for the Contact Form 7 Plugin

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is one of the most popular plugins in the WordPress world. However, it is a fairly basic plugin that lacks some key features such as access control.

In this guide, I'll show you how to control access to features. We'll use the PublishPress Capabilities plugin. If you want to take this tutorial a step further, check out how to control access to Contact Form 7 admin menus.

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How to Give Elementor Users Access to One Post

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The plugin is an excellent good page-builder for WordPress sites. It is also growing very fast, with huge numbers of new downloads every day.

This week, one PublishPress customer asked us if it was possible to allow some WordPress users to edit a single post with .

Our first thought was “yes, this is easy”. We've done it before many times using this approach, this approach and others.

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Gutenberg and Elementor are Growing. Pagebuilders are Shrinking.

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When Gutenberg launched in 2018, it inspired a lot of discussion around the future of pagebuilder plugins.

At that time, many WordPress users were installing pagebuilders because they wanted to use blocks and a drag-and-drop approach to site-building. Gutenberg was clearly a response to user demand.

So, more than two years after Gutenberg arrived, how are pagebuilder plugins doing? Let's look at the data.

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PublishPress Permissions and Beaver Builder

The popular Beaver Builder plugin is a very good page-builder for WordPress sites.

It is possible to use Beaver Builder with the PublishPress plugins, but it does require some configuration. The key thing to know is that Beaver Builder can only be used if you have the edit posts permission.

This can cause problems if you only want to give a user access to one or two pages, because the edit_posts permissions also allows you edit posts.

We found that PublishPress Permissions could give users access to the page, but that they would not be able use Beaver Builder.

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Review of the Simple History Plugin for WordPress

Simple History

We recently looked at many different plugins to find the best one for tracking content changes.

The Simple History plugin was our favorite. allows site administrators to keep a log of all tasks performed within a WordPress site.

This plugin generates two tables in the WordPress database and these store all the changes to your site. These records will be deleted after 60 days to stop your database getting too big.

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PublishPress Revisions Pro Now Supports Divi Theme Builder

This week's release of PublishPress Revisions Pro provides support for the Divi theme and page builder.

The Revisions plugin is very helpful when you want to copy a WordPress post, edit it, and then publish the update. Divi is one of the most popular page-builders in WordPress, and we've had several requests for this integration.

It's now possible for lower-level users to edit a page with Divi and submit an update for approval.

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