Topic: Getting Started

  • Revisions

    Bricks automatically creates a snapshot/revision of your data on every save using the WordPress Revisions API. To view a list of all your revisions click the Revisions (clock) icon in the builder toolbar. Select any revision in the list to […]
  • Save & Publish

    Bricks, by default, automatically saves your builder changes every 60 seconds. To adjust or disable the autosave interval go to Bricks > Settings > Builder in your WordPress admin area. Bricks detects unsaved changes and will show you a prompt […]
  • Page Settings

    Page Settings allow you to customize the markup and styling of the page you are currently editing. They are located within the Settings panel (gear icon in the builder toolbar). Use the Reset icon in the panel header to clear […]
  • Theme Styles

    Adjust the default styling of your site layout, elements, colors, links, typography, etc. throughout your site via Theme Styles. For a consistent and easy to maintain design system for your entire site. To access Theme Styles click the Settings (gear) […]
  • Adding & Editing Elements

    To add an element to the canvas simply drag it from the panel and drop it anywhere onto the canvas. Click on any element to start editing it. The panel will now show you all available controls of the selected […]
  • Understanding The Layout

    Bricks 1.2 introduced a completely new way to build truly flexible layouts with the new "Container" element. To learn more about how to create your layout in Bricks 1.2+ please head over to https://academy.bricksbuilder.io/article/container-element/ as the article below only covers […]
  • An Intro To The Builder

    Bricks is a drag & drop website builder for WordPress. It enables you to create your entire site visually, and in real-time. All on one screen. The builder is composed of three areas: TOOLBAR, PANEL and CANVAS: Toolbar Positioned at […]
  • Start Editing With Bricks

    Once you have activated your license head over to Bricks > Settings and select the post types you want to edit with Bricks. Tip: While you could write your blog posts with Bricks, it's best to create a Bricks template […]
  • Gutenberg

    If you've created your pages with Gutenberg you can continue editing them with Bricks without having to start all over again. Bricks will convert your Gutenberg blocks into Bricks elements. You can also save and convert your Bricks generated data […]
  • Settings

    Before diving into the builder lets have a look at the global settings, which you can define under Bricks > Settings in your WordPress dashboard. They are organized into different tabs and look like this: General Post Types: Select the […]
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