This means that you can create stunning navigation menu layouts, that are also mobile-friendly and super easy to customize.
However, in the latest release we cranked it up a notch…
We made it possible for you to create large, gorgeous looking drop-down navigation menus for your Landing Pages, built 100% with Thrive Architect!
Meet… the Mega Menu.
If you’ve been following Thrive Themes for a while now, then you know we encourage new solopreneurs to create and sell online courses on their WordPress website.
And one of the reasons why we recommend this is because the barriers to get started are so low while the margins on course sales are high.
However, the power behind online courses isn’t limited to just paid products. You can use courses to help grow your audience, build your mailing list and even educate visitors about your brand too!
You can do this by hosting everything from Premium Courses to Lead Magnet Courses to Brand Education Courses using our Thrive Apprentice online course plugin integrated with the SendOwl digital product delivery and payment gateway tool.
But first, let’s look at how these three different types of courses can be used across your online course based business...
Thrive Architect just got better.
If you’ve just updated and are using it, you might have noticed something new at the bottom of your elements panel:
You may remember that we previously had a Post Grid element, but just improved it by adding a world of front-end editing and logic rules. We also renamed it as the Post List.
With this element, you can dynamically display a custom list of your posts anywhere on your site that will auto-populate when you publish new content. It’s a great way to keep your website visitors around by promoting content similar to what they originally came for.
Check out the video and read the post below to learn how to use this new element to bring unbeatable customization to your pages and posts.
We'll take a look at how to create mobile friendly navigation menu layouts, how to edit your menu styles and how to use the group editing feature.
If you're the owner of a larger website to with multiple writeres, editors, etc. this is for you...
We've released a new feature that allows you to easily manage user roles permissions for the Thrive Themes products that you have installed on your WordPress website.
You've recorded your latest podcast episode, spent hours editing it and now finally it's online for everyone to hear...
But how can you get a maximum of exposure on your site to your latest episode?
Adding it to a blog post is a good start (and you can do that with Thrive Architect and the new audio element) but that's just the beginning!
In this post, you'll discover 2 innovative ways to show your latest episode to as many visitors as possible, combining the new audio element with Thrive Leads.
We've released a new feature for our Thrive Architect plugin for WordPress that makes it easier than ever before to create professionally designed content quickly.
It's a new Thrive editor element called the Content Block and provides you with predesigned template blocks that are 100% customizable to meet your website's unique needs.
We created this new element to help you build better looking content faster with far fewer editing steps.
Watch the video above and read the post below to learn exactly how the new Content Block element will help you create professionally designed landing pages and higher quality blog posts in waaay less time.
A little over a year and a half ago, we launched Thrive Architect, our visual page builder for WordPress.
Since then, our simple drag-and-drop visual editor has grown… and grown… and grown. In the last 12 months, we’ve released 18 new features, a slew of updates, speed improvements, and user experience upgrades.
It’s hard to keep up.
Are you utilising these changes?
In this post, we give you a rapid-fire round-up of all the new features and updates that you might have missed for Thrive Architect.
In this article, you’ll discover how you can build a custom element that you can use in your blog posts to highlight a certain idea and keep the attention of your readers at the same time!
We call it "The Highlight Box":
Check out our first post about Fancy Dividers that we added to Thrive Architect a while ago. In that article, you can learn how to use the fancy dividers to create a simple design layout with Thrive Architect.
The example that I show in that video was built by myself, not the designers, so you know it's not that hard to create...
Example of a highlight box used in one of our blog posts
It was brought to our attention by one of our members, Karen McCamy, that it would be cool to show you guys how to build this element and use it in your own blog posts!