I attended my very first WordCamp last weekend, May 28th and 29th here in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The venue was Fort Calgary, which I have to admit, I had never visited in the more than 15 years that I have lived in the city. A perfect place for it. Great meeting rooms, a theater for
Nor am I a Facebooker. I prefer to get the latest info about issues others are having with the various tools that I use to build websites and to provide timely, up to date tutorials for the same, from a company sponsored user forum. Perhaps I am just too old to “get” Slack. I tried.
This is a fairly common question that gets asked on the forums and elsewhere and it was asked again today in the comments of one of my videos on the Sniffle Valve YouTube channel. In it’s most basic form, here it is: Dynamik Website Builder is for the theme while Beaver Builder is for the
According to their blog post there are some very exciting developments for the Beaver Builder plugin. The main one that I will be focusing upon in a number of new videos will be the introduction of the Beaver Builder Shortcode. Now, a lot of you are not overly keen on yet more shortcodes, but I do
I have been meaning to get some new videos up on the Sniffle Valve YouTube channel, but it seems that every time I am about to make one, the lads at Beaver Builder have come out with an update for their amazing plugin that includes new and exciting features that I want to demonstrate. Once
Finally, after updating all the pages and posts with the new set up, the blog is now ready for action. I out-smarted myself just a little bit with using Beaver Builder and Genesis Dambuster (GDB) for everything. It was all working just marvelously until the time came to set up the blog section. Well, for