Create a content flyout overlay in Beaver Themer Layout Header

Overlay Flyout Beaver Builder

This is a starter guide to get you up and running with an overlay flyout on click of hidden content in Beaver Builder – there is nothing indeed Beaver Builder specific about it other than it’s easy to build the overlay content within the builder itself, display it normally in the BB editing screen but…

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Make Beaver Themer Sticky Header And Shrink At Any Size

Beaver Themer Header Shrink Stick

You can make the Beaver Themer header stick and shrink at any viewport width by overriding the default fl-theme-builder-header-layout.js that comes with Beaver Themer, your version will overrule the Themer javascript as it runs after and can be re-declared in javascript. Create a js file and enqueue it to your theme and paste the content of…

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jQuery Document Ready Function For WordPress

Document Ready Wordpress

You can set up a jQuery document ready function for use with WordPress and use the jQuery library that WordPress ships with rather than use another one. Here are three ways to use jQuery document ready function with WordPress. Usually, a jQuery document ready function is expressed as below. $(document).ready(function(){ }); jQuery document ready 1st…

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jQuery replace an image on click

swap image on button click with jquery

jQuery replace an image on click- example below, this is a method to swap numerous images in HTML by manipulating the images src attribute value from the click of another element such as a button. HTML <div class=”button-container”> <button class=”black-button”></button> <button class=”red-button”></button> <button class=”blue-button”></button> <button class=”yellow-button”></button> </div> <img id=”change-image” src=”/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/black.jpg” alt=”Black Image” /> jQuery jQuery(document).ready(function($){ $(‘.black-button’).on({…

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Adding Multiple Fading Images To A Background with jQuery

You can add multiple sliding/fading images to a background HTML element using the Backstretch jQuery plugin, this is great if you just want to alternate a number of images behind another web page element similar to a slider but without the overhead of using a slider plugin. Image Preparation Generally you’ll want to optimize your…

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