Hi folks! As you can see, today we’ve officially opened the Brix blog, your first source for all things Brix: here you will find updates about the product, insights, tutorials, promotions, and much more that will help you get the most out of the plugin.
Also, we’re announcing the release of the first official update to the plugin, version 1.0.1.
Here’s this version changelog:
- We’ve restructured the Brix options panel a bit, and when doing so, we’ve also introduced a control that will allow you to visually select the content types for which Brix should be enabled.
What does that mean? It means that if you have, say, WooCommerce installed, you can use our page builder directly in products templates by simply enabling Brix for the “Downloads” Post Type, without touching a single line of code.
- Major Safari performance improvements,
- Improved the button style on backend, which now reflects the corner radius value and the label size,
- Improved the divider style on backend,
- Added a “style in use” notation for the following blocks:
- Progress bar,
- Feature box.
- Managed the output of button blocks when Brix is disabled,
- Fixed the tab and accordion blocks frontend styles,
- Fixed the missing image
altattribute for the feature box and image blocks,
- Fixed and issue with
relattribute in links with target
_blanks (see this post for more information).