WordPress Tutorial: Visual Composer Basics

WordPress Tutorial: Visual Composer Basics

In this WordPress tutorial, I concentrate on the popular commercial add-on: Visual Composer and show you the basics of working in this drag & drop layout environment. Learn about the basic building blocks that make up the foundation of creating complex layouts, animating elements, design layout options and more…

Future videos will concentrate on each of the building blocks that Visual Composer offers you.


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8 Replies to “WordPress Tutorial: Visual Composer Basics”

  1. This tutorial isn’t very good . . . . it is excellent! 🙂 Thank you for an excellent no frills get on with it tutorial that is so helpful!

  2. Hi, at 0:14 Paul Charlton – I – Pixel, how can you make this description ? What’s name of software you used? Thank you

  3. Fantastic ! Im a beginner without a clue and you saved me! Very comprehensive and easy to understand. Thank you!!

  4. How does one publish a page (so it appears on my website) that has been created with the backend editor of visual composer? I have updated the page and it seems to show all content when I click frontend editor, but nothing appears on my actual website. I was told my content had to be in frontend editor for the content to appear, but I have no idea how to do that. The tutorial explains creating a new page and in backend editor, but not in frontend editor – for the content to appear on my website.

  5. Very helpful! I sent this along to a client so that she could edit the WP site I built

  6. Thank you so much for the great tutorial. One question… how do I access the code that is within the theme? For example, I am using the “uncode” theme and I would like to remove the “uncode” logo at the top left of every page. How can I do this? Thank you

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