One of the things that makes Thrive Architect such a powerful visual editor is customizability. You can fine-tune almost every design detail of everything in your content. For example, you can add and customize drop shadows, inside shadows and text shadows to Thrive Architect elements.
In this video, we'll take a tour through the shadow effect features and we'll look at how to use shadows for conversion focused design.
Opening a link is only the beginning of what can happen when a visitor clicks on a button, text or image.
There are so many more things that could occur.
You could show them additional instructions, a light box, a video ...
This is actually very easy to do with Thrive Architect, but we understand that you might not have time to explore and discover exactly what's possible and how to go about it.
That's why we created this master post to show you some nifty things you can do that you probably didn’t even realize were possible.
With Thrive Architect, you can add custom color gradients to any element that has a background. You can even create gradients as overlays on top of images or background patterns.
In this tutorial, we'll take a quick tour through all of the gradient features. Then, we'll take a look at the dos and don'ts of using color gradients in web design, so that your results will loo pro.
In this video, you'll get a quick overview of the biggest changes and you'll discover why Thrive Architect offers a HUGE improvement to your Thrive Leads plugin.
And by the way, for all existing users and members, this is a 100% free upgrade!
On just about every tutorial video we post, we get at least one comment asking: "How did you managed to do that Bubble effect?"
In this video, Miquel, our in-house video editor, finally reveals his secret...
Today, we're answering questions that we received many times, regarding our upcoming visual editor for WordPress, Thrive Architect.
We learned from our users that many don't use Thrive Content Builder or other visual editors to create their blog content. And this is true even if they prefer the convenience and speed of the visual editor.
Because of looming worries: sure, the visual editor is good now, but will it still be around a few years from now? Will it continue being updated and getting support? What if I can't use it anymore, at some point? What if I have to deactivate this plugin, at some point in the future?
It's a legitimate concern - no one wants to lose their blog content all of a sudden.
In this post, we look at this issue closely and give you a preview of how our upcoming Thrive Architect editor will handle this.