Thrive Theme Builder Best Practices and Q&A
What You'll Learn in This Webinar:
During the webinar, we covered the following topics (use the chapter button next to the full screen button to navigate to the right time in the video)
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Additional Questions and Answers
Go into the visibility settings and toggle set the header to hide: https://share.getcloudapp.com/ApujewAR
If you are using Thrive Architect (Light) on your sales page, you can do it by going to the "page" breadcrumb and change the visibility settings there.
Yes! All pictures are royalty free pictures.
That's a good question :-D Thrive Theme Builder has a ton of lead generation elements baked in, but it does not replace Thrive Leads. If you want things like a lightbox pop-up on all of your blog posts, a ribbon on certain pages, or any other form of opt-in form that is not an in content form, you would use Thrive Leads.
Thrive Leads also allows for A/B testing and gives you insights and data directly in your WP dashboard. So if you're serious about building an email list, the combination of Thrive Theme Builder, Thrive Architect and Thrive Leads is the winner!
All our templates were made to be mobile responsive so if you are using one of the pre-made designs you are good to go. When you apply changes, we always suggest checking the mobile responsiveness!
No, we won't limit the number of items.
In order for your footer menu to show up in the footer of your page you need to either assign it as a footer menu in the last step of the site setup wizard (this is a newly added feature so make sure your theme is up to date by going to appearances >> themes and update Thrive Theme Builder).
Or by changing the source of the footer menu when you are editing a footer in one of the templates.
This tutorial explains how to do it for the header, it's exactly the same for the footer.
No, at the moment we do not support RTL.
You can create different templates with different lead magnets in the sections but I would suggest using Thrive Leads for this purpose. Thrive Leads allows you to add any type of lead generation form and you can set up different rules. So you could use an in content opt-in form that would show on all of your blog posts from a specific category or tag or author or...
If you never installed Thrive Architect, you are using Thrive Architect Light. In order to use Thrive Architect, you would have to install it as a separate plugin. You will also notice that in the sidebar you have a notification telling you you are using Thrive Architect Light and you might notice restricted access to element and landing page templates.
You don't need a license key anymore. When you install the product magnager that you can find here. You will be able to connect your site with your login details for the Thrive Themes members dashboard.
Yes! As you can see with Thrive Theme Builder you can edit EVERY element of your site such as your blog list page, your individual blog templates and so on. This is not possible with Thrive Architect (you only edit individual pages or blog content with Thrive Architect).
At the moment theme template colors are only available in theme templates and on landing pages. You can however save your theme color as a global color and it will become available everywhere in one click (it won't be linked to your theme color though).
Yes, this is something we are currently working on.
Yes, both through Thrive Architect and Thrive Architect Light you can still go into settings >> advanced settings >> scripts and add scripts to the page.
I would simply create a new page and hide the top and bottom section (in the visibility settings) so only the header and footer remain and then add the quiz shortcode or element in the content.
Unfortunately that seems to be a misinformation. We are not currently working on implementing WPML integration.
Gutenberg will add the content to your pages and posts so Thrive Theme Builder will work perfectly with Gutenberg.
You can change the main theme template color through the branding tab or through the site setup wizard. It's not possible to change the theme colors otherwise.
No, the theme colors are a color set based on the main theme color you pick from the site setup wizard or in the branding tab. Global colors are colors that you choose (one color, not a set of colors) and that you can change in the editor directly. A global color is still linked which means if you change a global color you change it on every instance that uses that global color. Learn more about global colors here.