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Toolbox for Beaver Builder

Toolbox connects your ACF  fields (Advanced Custom Fields) into Beaver Builder and Beaver Themer. Use any field, anywhere, anytime. Add 3rd party plugin-fields and use them, Drag into view and forget the rest.

Add custom attributes to rows, columns and modules so you can have other tools work with that data.

Use multiple conditionals to determine if a row, columns or module is visible. Create your own. Get creative...

Any field, anywhere, anytime.

Any field...

Always forgetting that particular fieldname? Going back and forth into the fields-set to check because nothing was returned?

Toolbox queries the fieldtypes and fieldnames so you don't need to. It will present you with a list of fieldtypes and the corresponding fieldnames.

Toolbox Any Field
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...anywhere...

Do you need that field from that OTHER post? Or something that you've set globally and want to use it anywhere?

You can reference another postid and get that value. Because we can.

...anytime.

Fields and settings are available as a module, fieldconnector or fieldinsert. Just fire up the module, or connector, select the fieldtype you want to add and all available settings are presented.

By default the Toolbox Field will listen in on all connector types. Depending on the setting, you will only need to set the appropriate acf-field.

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Developed with designers and users in mind

We've all had that client that just loves Comic Sans Serif and uses it on all their newletters.. Giving them unrestricted access to the Page Builder doesn't really seem like a good idea.

As a designer you don't want your clients to mess up your design. ACF provides a really helpful tool to have your client enter their data on the backend without being able to change anything about the design, allowing for a consistent experience for the site visitors. Themer allows you to consistently apply certain settings.

But maybe you just want them to be able to select whatever they want to do with a piece of text. Right from the Page Builder's settings. With whatever YOU want or - even better- what you need.

Highlight a word or phrase within their text-field that you've set as an ACF-field?

Boom! They can do that themselves.

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Designed with developers in mind

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Being the only one to have control over simple things isn't always fun. But what if you can program simple things into the functions.php or as a plugin and still have your client only use the UI? That'd be neat, right?!

Toolbox has been made so that YOU can add settings that will determine what happens next. That highlightcolor thingy in the previous section? That was programmed in on the theme level.

The docs will tell you all about it.

To be or not to be, that is the question

YES! This module is only showing when the query-parameter "showmodule" is present.

Each row, column or module is seen as a node and you can show or hide them by setting one or more conditionals. You can use any of the preset conditionals, and even create your own for you or your client to select.

A nice example is on this very page. Reload the page using the button below. It will pass in a querystring variable to the url, determining if we need to render the module that is above these 2 paragraphs. Scroll back down and you will see a module that was hidden.

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Click this button to reload the page. Scroll down to this section and see the module revealed.
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Toolbox Conditional Filters

You can add your own conditionals so that your client can add them through the interface. With or without any number of extra parameters.

If all filters return true, it renders the node. If one of them returns false, it doesn't.

To ensure the user knows which parts are conditional, a small overlay is added to that node while editing. On hover it will enlarge to a larger red notice.

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Custom attributes to the rescue

If you're like me you've been looking for a way to add all those cool things you see when browsing other sites. But not everything is within reach from the UI and - let's face it - Javascript is not always that easy.

Toolbox Custom Attributes

There are some very nice libraries out there that can do wonderful things for you, but you need to be able to add some attributes, right? Well, now you can!

Add any number of custom attributes and values to any row, column or module.

Noticed this site's sticky header that only drops in after a certain amount of scroll and only shows when you're scrolling up and adds a thin line when active?

That's a single custom attribute added to the row and using the wonderful UIKit. Change any feature right from the UI.
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Templating relational fields

Timber!

ACF has one of the most versatile set of fieldtypes out there. A few of those fields enable you to add Repeaters, Relationships and Post Types using their respective fieldtypes.

But Beaver Builder doesn't really handle modules within modules. Well, you can... but that's more of a hack. So how would we be able to get our information from those fields? It's not a coincidence that Beavers love Timber, right?

Toolbox has added support for Timber and Twig, a templating framework that enables you to manipulate the acf-data and output however you want! And best of all: it works with both ACF 4 and 5!

Simply download and activate the Timber plugin from the WordPress Repository, activate and start chopping those relation fieldtypes up!

You can even add complex layouts for Flexible fields, add if-then statements and truncate values on the fly.

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You can also Timber Template all the other fields, making last second corrections or adding some extra style without having to add more and more settings to the panel. By default it will be only available for the fields that can't be styled without. But if you want you can add it for any other fieldtype with just two lines of code: one to enable the extra settings-field, and one that tells it to use that template.

Some more goodies:

To make things easier, there are some more extra features in Toolbox that can be turned on:

Add colorpicker connector to selected modules

Add connector for icon fields on selected modules

Option to select individual CPT's to ALWAYS use full-width template (Beaver Theme and Beaver Child-theme). And if you set it to something else manually, it will use that one.

FAQ

Does this plugin work without Beaver Themer?

Yes. This plugin works without Beaver Themer. Field connectors though is a feature that is only available through Themer. A field insert or inline field call however can also be done using shortcodes. But the field connector is much easier.

Can I add third party ACF fields?

You can add any third party ACF field you like and add it. However, you will need to make sure the fieldtypes output is either a string, or add your own filters to make sure it returns a string. In the documentation are a few examples on how to do that.

Are there any limitations to the settings?

Just a few minor ones. You can't use toggle-settings on your custom select-fields, because of the way the fields are added. And because of the way Beaver Builder includes photo settings you will need to do some extra work when using them in connector-shortcodes.

But other than that, none have come up yet.

Do I need ACF Pro for this?

Short answer: no. This plugin is compatible with ACF versions 4 and 5. This means it also support the ACF Free version, but there are some extra fieldtypes in the Pro version that are really awesome. The Gallery-field for instance can be used in the field connector.

What's with the attributes?

The attributes are a part of a DOM-element that can hold data or a string that other parts can use without interfering with the current layout.

We just thought it should be possible to add those attributes.

More information about data attributes can be found here.

What happens when I disable the plugin?

Nothing really. The settings are kept within the row, column or module but that's just the way Beaver Builder saves that info.

Conditionals will be constants when you disable the plugin. Attributes just won't be there anymore. 🙁

Other than that: you're safe.

When is the releasedate?

Update: The plugin is available as of June 8th 2018. We're still working on the docs and some videos that will make sure you understand how to use it and where it will benefit you and how to use it!