Topic: Features

  • Asset Loading Optimization

    "Performance" being one of Bricks' three pillars, we have introduced a new asset loading solution in version 1.3.4 that offers you even more control and helps you to further enhance your page loading times and speed results. Bricks, by default, […]
  • 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 […]
  • Container Element

    Bricks 1.2 introduces the "Container" element. It replaces the section, row, column layout approach. The new container element gives you much more design freedom and is far easier to adjust and align than the old and rigid section, row, column […]
  • SVG Uploads

    WordPress, by default, does not allow SVG file uploads as this XML-based file format can contain malicious code. It can be especially dangerous when downloaded from unknown/untrusted sources or by untrusted users. How to enable SVG support You can enable […]
  • Dynamic Data

    Use dynamic data to render all sorts of data from your WordPress database with Bricks. For example: Featured image, post title, post date, author name, categories, tags, site title, all of your custom fields, etc. You'll most likely use dynamic […]
  • Builder Access

    By default only site admins have Full Access to Bricks. To allow builder access for a certain user simply edit the users' profile. You can also set builder access for certain user roles under Bricks > Settings > Builder Access […]
  • Keyboard Shortcuts

    Quickly perform the most common in-builder actions through short & simple keyboard shortcuts: Key CombinationDescriptionCMD / CTRL + SSave your changesCMD / CTRL + PToggle preview modeCMD / CTRL + EShow default elements panelCMD / CTRL + BSwitch between responsive […]
  • Custom Code

    Bricks allows you to add your own custom code (PHP, HTML, CSS, JS) to various parts of your website. Global CSS & JavaScript You can add your own Custom CSS & Custom JavaScript globally from your WordPress dashboard under Bricks […]