How to Configure WR Page Builder for use with WordPress
The second step of the guide to the WR Page Builder plugin will show you how to configure the settings of your plugin to get the best out of the features on offer.
Step 1) Login to the WordPress Dashboard.
Step 2) From the Dashboard, click on WR Page Builder >> Settings.
Step 3) You can enable sections of your website for the Page Builder. This includes Posts and Pages, but you can also add it to sections that you have added via other plugins, such as the example shown below.
Step 4) If you want to enable caching of the CSS and JS files of the Page Builder plugin, choose Yes from the dropdown provided. You can also click the button marked Clear Cache to do this manually at any time.
Step 5) By enabling the CSS and JS boxes provided, you allow for the Bootstrap Framework to help with easier web development on your site. If you are already using a theme or plugin that is an alternative to Bootstrap, you should disable these features.
Step 6) Enabling Full Mode can have an effect on the performance of the Page Builder, so it is better just to leave it as No. All the Full Mode does it show everything as it is created, whereas the normal mode has it in text until it is published on the page, which is where it counts anyway.
This concludes our guide of the WR Page Builder plugin.