The Visual Composer Layout Builder allows you to build custom layouts for posts, pages and archives, and assign them sitewide or override it on a page level, as needed. No relying on default theme design anymore. This means that web creators now have all the design freedom they need — all from one place!
Get ready for full-page design options – an easy way to style your pages without coding. Visual Composer 38.0 comes with Design Options controls you can apply not only to a row or section but a whole post or page.
Role Manager allows you to configure the Visual Composer feature access for different WordPress user roles. Grant permissions to your tech-savvy teammates or restrict access for your clients to secure the site overall look from unneeded modifications.
In the last couple of updates, we introduced several important Visual Composer UI/UX improvements that did not receive enough attention in our blog. Although these improvements may not be as glamorous as some of our other features, they still make a huge difference to how you use the product.
If you’ve ever considered upgrading from a free version to the premium, you’re probably wondering if it’s worth the investment. The answer is yes! Keep reading for how to determine whether or not your business needs Visual Composer Premium and some of its best features.
Have you ever spend tons of time searching for the right Google Font that fits you the most? Or wanted to apply Dynamic Content to more attributes than before? Once again, welcome the new update of the Visual Composer to solve all this and more!
Visual Composer introduces a wide number of fascinating new features to complement your WordPress site. Visual Composer 22.00 is here and we are excited to present new parallax effects, hundreds of new icons, 404 page option and more!