1 hour 23 minutes.
It's embarrassing to admit now, but that's how long I once spent figuring out how to get a box with a dotted line around the key takeaways of my blog post.
This shouldn't be happening anymore...but then I glance at my neighbor's screen in the co-working space and see them struggling with the WordPress editor.
For some, the struggle is still real.
It doesn't have to be! Let me show you how to use Thrive Architect to create stunning blog articles that will keep your readers' attention from the very beginning till the very end.
Recently, we released our new Symbols Feature for Thrive Architect.
The Symbols Feature is a design component that allows you to have multiple synchronized instances of a “thing” you design for your website.
What’s that mean exactly? Modifying one instance of a Symbol will automatically update all the other instances of that Symbol – instantly – across your site.
By now, you have probably heard about the Pricing Table element in Thrive Architect. If so, I'm here to give you some good news: We have added a bunch of new templates that come straight from our design team!
In this article we're going to have a look at what makes the new templates so special and we'll reveal a few important tips regarding the Pricing Table element.
For the full experience, don't forget to check out the video at the top of the page.
The Icon element in Thrive Architect now features a set of 3600+ icons that you can start using on your website right away!
The new icons are part of the Font Awesome set.
If you’re not familiar with Font Awesome, it's a vast collection of icons where you can find pretty much anything from popular logo icons to more common icons to use on your website.
Without Thrive Architect, you only have free access to around 1200 icons from the Font Awesome set.
To access the other icons from the set, you would have to pay extra.
However, with the Icon element in Thrive Architect, you have full access to the all the 3600+ Font Awesome icons!
This week, we released a new version of Thrive Architect that is packed to the brim with amazing new features (awesome pricing tables, anyone?). In addition to those, we've also added an improvement to the usability of our visual editor.
Read on to discover how we've made our visual editor faster and easier to use.
As WordPress users, we all have many things in common. We want to build our own website and we believe that self-hosting is better than being shackled to an expensive subscription plan. We spend way too much time checking out new themes and plugins. And at one point, we've all installed Contact Form 7 and were frustrated to learn that unless we get into the CSS code, yes, it really does look that ugly.
We've added a new element to the Thrive Architect plugin, which will help you out with that last problem.
Check out today's update to learn about our new contact form element and discover the 4 rules for creating the optimal contact form.