Extends the Simple History plugin to log changes made with the Beaver Builder front-end editor.
|Author:||WEBDOGS (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.1.0|
|WordPress version tested:||5.8.0|
|Added to WordPress repository:||26-01-2021|
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The log display is very similar to the standard log display, with a few exceptions:
- A link to view the edited page is included.
- Changes are broken down by each Module/Column/Row that is added/deleted/updated.
- Detail sections expand and collapse to make the information easier to read.
See the Screenshots section for more details.
The log display includes a link to view the edited page, changes broken down by each Module/Column/Row that has been added/deleted/updated, and detail sections expand and collapse.
For a new node, only the position is logged.
The updated node data is organized in three sections: Position, Rendered, and Settings.
The position section will be present when a node has been moved, and will include an approximation of the updated position. The old position is on the left, marked in red. The new position is on the right, marked in blue.
The Rendered and Settings sections are closely related. For modules, and to some extent for rows and columns, changes can be understood more clearly from looking at the rendered HTML or CSS than from looking at the individual setting changes.
In the Settings section, each updated setting is included. This information can be helpful in seeing what was changed, but can also be a little unclear on its own. It may be helpful to review the updated settings in conjunction with the updates in the Rendered section.
Global settings appear in their own log entry.
- With Beaver Builder 2.4.2 the script handle
fl-builder-bundleis changed to
- Initial stable release.