Extending your Beaver Builder layout using hooks

Beaver Builder on its own is a great page layout tool – you can design layouts in ways that were never before possible on the front end of your website. Using hooks and filters extends your layout options further by allowing you to add content to additional areas on the page.

For instance, you might want to add a subscribe or contact form at the bottom of all of your pages without having to go to each page individually to add it. Hooks make that possible.

You can achieve this in two ways – use Beaver Tunnels or add code to your theme’s function and child themes files. If that sounds like the impossible, read this brilliant article from Beaver Child Themes where they spell out in detail just how easy it can be to harness the power of hooks in your website.

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Michael Davis

Chief brainstormer at I'm Not Marvin, a development agency specializing in WordPress Applications. I've been in web development in one form or another since the late 90's. If I can't be reached I'm probably hitting the trail on my mountain bike.

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