Shortcode Mapper Plugin Feature: WP Job Manager by Automattic

A month had passed since we’ve released the newest feature of Page Builder Sandwich – the Shortcode Mapper. We’ve integrated more than 100 plugins (144 plugins to be exact) regardless of the number of shortcodes they have. It was a tedious task but we did it! In order to let you know more about it, we’ve started featuring the plugins fully integrated with Page Builder Sandwich. First stop: WP Job Manager by Automattic. WP Job Manager at a glance Basically WP Job Manager serves as the plugin for you to generate money – either you have a client who needs Continue reading →

Where Things Get a Little Technical: How We Made Our Version of Shortcode Mapping Happen

On the previous article, we’ve discussed the basics of shortcode mapping and how you can get access to its sweet benefits. We’ve decided to split the article featuring the Page Builder Sandwich version of Shortcode Mapping, as the following write-up may get a little more technical. Below are more in-depth descriptions of the inner workings of our shortcode mapping feature, and how we got it to work. An Automated Process In order to decide which plugins to include in the shortcode mapper, we built an automated script that will gather the top plugins in the WordPress plugin directory based on the following Continue reading →

Shortcode Mapping: How PBS Will Support 800+ Plugins & 2,000+ Shortcodes

When I started getting further into software development and WordPress, I noticed that not a lot of page builders I come across with have that “page builder standard” I was looking for: fast, easy, convenient. Page Builder Sandwich, then, was created with the goal of having a builder meet these same standards. I wanted- and still want it– to be the best page builder out there, and the best way I could accomplish that, I figured, was to add in features in a way in which page building becomes helpful and accessible to everyone –developers and noobs alike. I’d like Continue reading →

Easily Add Email Newsletter Signup Forms

Adding an email newsletter sign up form to your site is a great way to grow your website’s following and to keep your website visitors interested in your site or product. And now you can easily add and customize newsletter sign up forms directly in your designs. New in Page Builder Sandwich is the Newsletter Element (check the short gif above). Now you can add a newsletter sign up form for your MailChimp, AWeber or MailPoet newsletter lists directly into your designs. Normally, you’d have to install another plugin, then maybe add a shortcode somewhere, or you’ll have to go through a Continue reading →