On the 27th of November we’re excited to offer a first-year 50% discount for SiteOrigin Premium licenses. Take your site to the next level with a wide range of addons that enhance and add entirely new functionality to SiteOrigin widgets, themes, and Page Builder. SiteOrigin Premium also includes access to our expert email support service.
We’re excited to announce that Page Builder version
2.11.0 greatly improves Yoast SEO compatibility in the Classic and Block Editor. In the Classic Editor, we’ve extended content analysis to all widgets, previously only a predefined list of core WordPress and SiteOrigin widgets were analyzed. In the Block Editor, we’ve introduced content analysis to the SiteOrigin Layout Block.
On Monday the 4th of May, Wordfence kindly reached out and let us know they had discovered two security vulnerabilities in Page Builder. SiteOrigin is primarily based in the GMT+2 timezone, the news reached us after working hours. On Tuesday the 5th of May, we resolved both issues. Once testing was complete, we released an update for Page Builder, version
January and February saw the release of several updates of varying sizes with the Widgets Bundle update being the largest. In this post, I’ll briefly cover what was included in those updates. Thanks to all of our users, especially those that assisted with feedback and feature requests.
Custom CSS is a quick and accessible method for hobbyists and developers to make style changes beyond what can be done using available settings. In this tutorial, we’ll cover the Page Builder Attributes tab and how it can be used when making Custom CSS changes. This brief guide is aimed at users with a basic understanding of CSS or those wanting to go beyond using the Visual Editor in SiteOrigin CSS.
A child theme ensures that your code-level customizations are kept safe and not overwritten during the theme update process. If you think you might need to make code-level customizations in the future, it’s best to make use of a child theme from the beginning of your WordPress site’s development. In this tutorial, we’ll look at what happens to your Customizer settings when switching to a child theme late in the development process and how to quickly resolve the problem.