We’ve changed the names of Toolset accounts to be easier to understand and choose. Now, our accounts will be simply called “1 Site”, “3 Sites” and “Unlimited Sites”. You can probably guess what the differences are… Together with the name change, we’ve also changed the content of the basic (1-site)
We just released Toolset Blocks 1.3, which may be the biggest leap forward since we started the Blocks project. Blocks 1.3 makes it easy to build beautiful sites, including WooCommerce ones, with post relationships and in any language. WooCommerce Blocks for Toolset Toolset finally gets a complete set of design
We’re making new training videos for Toolset every week. Each of these videos teaches an important subject and includes usage and design tips. Every time we have a new video, we upload it to the course and also to Toolset’s YouTube channel. Here are some of the videos that we
WordPress 5.5 is approaching quickly, currently scheduled for August/2020. Each release of WordPress, since version 5.0 has made it closer to being fully-usable as a convenient page builder. Now, it looks like more people are making Gutenberg their go-to editor for new sites. Here is a nice video from Adam
We’re very happy to announce a major upgrade to Toolset’s documentation and learning material. All of Toolset’s documentation is now in one neat place, and organized as courses. Since the last 6 months, Toolset has shifted from the “shortcodes” plugins to using blocks. Our documentation has finally caught up fully.
It’s ready and running on our own sites and now available for all Toolset clients. Toolset Blocks offers new image blocks and new ways to display Views and Archives. New Image Blocks – Slider and Gallery with Grid, Masonry and Collage Toolset Blocks now has two blocks, which allow you
We’re updating Toolset’s documentation to work better for visual design. Videos are going to be in the center of the new training material. Here is one of the videos from the upcoming documentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfudEx64gFk The purpose of these videos is to teach. We want these videos to allow you to
The upcoming release of Toolset Blocks lets you display images the way you want. It includes new Gallery and Slider blocks for static lists of images and dynamic lists in templates. The Gallery Block – Image grids, masonry and collage layouts When you insert blocks, look for Gallery, under the
We’re happy to release a maintenance release of Toolset Blocks 1.1.3 and Toolset Views 3.1.3. This update makes Toolset fully compatible with WordPress 5.4 and packs a number of improvements and fixes. Updates for WordPress 5.4 WordPress 5.4 includes a number of styling changes which affect Block plugins. We’ve updated
If you’re experienced in Toolset, you know that it can do a whole lot. We want to take this experience and turn it into training material to teach others. So, if you have the right skills and are available, we’re hiring 🙂 What We’re Looking to Get We would like
We’re happy to announce Toolset Blocks 1.1.1. This release gives you everything you need to build beautiful and fully responsive designs with Toolset and the WordPress Block Editor. It’s easiest to explain “responsive design” using an example. Look at our own homepage and how it’s improved with Toolset Blocks 1.1.1.
Heard about the new Toolset Blocks but not sure how to get started? You can learn by following four detailed videos, each teaching one subject. Designing Templates with Blocks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ND5UJgMckZE For the step-by-step description, read about designing templates in Toolset’s Getting Started documentation. Designing Archives with Blocks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jSq9FQAh-g Follow the
You can easily start using Toolset Blocks on existing sites you built using Layouts and the shortcode-based workflow. You can use Blocks for only some elements in your site and keep the old workflow for the rest. In this tutorial, we explain the settings to use and the basics of
We’re very proud to release the first production version of Toolset Blocks. Now, you can create beautiful dynamic sites for WordPress in minutes. Toolset has always focused on advanced functionality. You could create custom searches, design templates, and archives and display lists of content in any way you wanted. We
In the last year, we’ve rewritten Toolset to run inside the WordPress Block Editor. We are almost done with this grand project and are preparing to release the new development during this month (November 2019). Part of this change includes a branding update from “Views” to “Blocks”. In this post,
Divi theme has released version 4.0 with many new features and changes to Divi editor. Unfortunately, this release doesn’t play nice with Toolset. Update: Since we published this post, there was a Divi 4.0.5 release which fixed the biggest compatibility issue with Toolset, where Divi Builder was modifying the “post
This latest beta release of Views brings you the power of creating WordPress archive pages using the Block Editor. Use blocks to design the archive’s list of posts, add custom search, choose pagination options, and more. Design archives with the Block Editor Views 3.0 Beta 2 allows to design archives
This new beta release brings the biggest features that Toolset’s integration with the Block Editor was missing. You can now use blocks to create custom searches, display blocks conditionally, style blocks, and display map markers. New features in the release Watch the following video to see a quick preview of
For a long time clients have been asking how to show content from Views on a calendar. We’re finally starting with this project now and we want to make sure that we build what you need. We understand the general concept. For example, if you’re creating a website for events,
The new training course on custom types allows developers of all levels to improve their knowledge and become more efficient when building rich WordPress sites. It explains the basics to beginners and quickly moves to advanced (and powerful) techniques. Why a course? Custom types for WordPress is a huge subject.