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Beaver Builder offers an addon known as ‘Beaver Themer’ which makes it the Beaver Builder Beaver Themer plugin which is a mouthful.
This addons lets you fully customize every part of your site using the Beaver Builder plugin and not using code (unless you want to).
Beaver Themer, lets you create layouts for archive pages (blog post archives), template an entire post type or category, 404 error pages and search pages, and create parts like headers and footers and more.
Beaver Themer allows for, Field connections which connect your layouts to the data inside of each type of template.
Adding Custom Page Titles – Beaver Builder Themer Tutorial
In this tutorial, we will be using Beaver Themer with the Beaver Builder plugin and the Beaver Builder theme (parent theme and child theme).
We will use Beaver Themer to create a part that will replace the Page Titles with our own custom page title throughout the site. We will also show you how to setup the rules for displaying your new template.
Beaver Themer, is a very powerful tool for building sites. If you needed to change the titles on 1000’s of pages this tool makes your job easier. You can also create custom headers, footers, calls-to-action bars, layouts for categories, or even tags, the possibilities really are endless. We love this plugin!
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