Author: Luis Godinho

  • Filter: bricks/related_posts/query_vars

    Since Bricks 1.3.5 you may manipulate the related posts element query vars before the query is performed like so: The filter callback receives two arguments: $query_vars is an associative array used to feed the WP_Query class$settings is an associative array containing the element settings set in […]
  • Filter: bricks/dynamic_data/exclude_tags

    Dynamic data tags are strings with a special syntax wrapped by curly brackets. Sometimes this syntax has conflicts with other plugins which cause a specific tag to be removed by the content. Since Bricks 1.3.5 it is possible to exclude […]
  • Filter: bricks/dynamic_data/replace_nonexistent_tags

    Dynamic data tags are strings with a special syntax wrapped by curly brackets. Sometimes this syntax has conflicts with other plugins (e.g. Fluent Forms) or with the content itself (e.g. mathematical equations). Since Bricks 1.3.5 it is possible to switch […]
  • Filter: bricks/posts/query_vars

    Since Bricks 1.3.2 you may manipulate the posts and products elements query vars before the query is performed like so: The filter callback receives two arguments: $query_vars an associative array used to feed the WP_Query class$settings an associative array containing […]
  • Filter: bricks/elements/{element_name}/controls

    Since Bricks 1.3.2, it is possible to add custom controls to any element like so: Note: the above example adds a new checkbox to the posts element, using the filter bricks/elements/posts/controls. To learn about other Bricks controls visit the Topic: […]
  • Form Element

    The Bricks' "Form" element is an out-of-the-box element to build and place forms on any page built with Bricks. The form element lets you build custom forms with the following form field types: EmailTextTextareaTelephoneNumberURLCheckboxSelect (dropdown)RadioPasswordDatepickerFile uploadHidden (since Bricks 1.3.5) You […]
  • Custom Attributes

    Bricks 1.3 introduces the possibility to add your own custom HTML attributes to any element. You can add custom attributes under "Style > Attributes". Set a "Name" and a "Value" and your attribute(s) will be added to the elements' most […]
  • Accessibility

    Bricks 1.3 introduces a deep focus on helping site creators to address the accessibility requirements easily. Accessibility (or a11y), is the fine art of making your website as usable as possible by as many people as possible. No matter your […]
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