In this WP Builds ‘Contribute’, Paul Impellizeri comes on to show us how he uses the export feature of WordPress to save his Beaver Builder rows and columns.
It’s a neat trick and something that we all ought to be doing so that we don’t always need to re-invent the wheel for new WordPress website builds.
He saves the templates as a .xml and puts the file in a shared Dropbox folder so that all of this work mates can get to it too.
What makes this really work though, is creating a simple screenshot of the module that he’s saving. That way, he can recall what it was and how it might be useful in the future.
Just remember to save all of the CSS that your template has associated with it within Beaver Builder before you export it, otherwise you’ll have to do all that again and it won’t look like you expect when . you re-import it.
Speaking of re-import, Paul shows us how to do that too.
So if you’d never saved your work before, this is the perfect little primer to set you up.