The days of mega themes packed with features appear to be on their way out while we see the rise of leaner themes that provide support for third party plugins moving in. Adding support for a page builder is a great way to give your users extra power when it comes to building a website with your themes. If that’s something you’re considering, we’d love to have you choose Beaver Builder as your page builder. Out of the box, Beaver Builder works great with almost any theme. So far, I don’t think we’ve actually heard of a single theme that it doesn’t work with. Even so, there are still a few things you can do to make it work even better. Before I get into the nitty gritty details, here are some reasons why I think Beaver Builder is a good choice… It’s easy for your users to get started as there is a lite version available at wordpress.org they can get up and running on without spending a single dollar. No bloat here. Beaver Builder only loads in the scripts and styles that it needs on a given page, not everything under the sun. We’ve built Beaver Builder to be easy to use while still packing enough power to get the job done. Simplicity is always on our radar, so you won’t see us overdoing
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