VC Simple All Responsive makes it easier to develop responsive websites when using WPBakery (former Visual Composer) Page Builder. It can only be used with the already existing and installed WPBakery Page Builder.
The VC Simple All Responsive Plugin adds new Element, which behaves s a container element, in the Element List page (Fig. 1 and 2). Then, other elements of Page Builder are added to this container (Fig. 7).
In one Page Builder column are possible to place an arbitrary number of All Responsive containers, as well as to combine them with free elements outside the container (Fig. 8 and 9).
The container itself does not add anything visible to the front-end of the page. It serves exclusively to show the elements contained therein.
By setting the VC Simple All Responsive element, it is determined when the contents of the container are visible and when not (Fig. 3 and 4).
Visibility of the container can be set in two ways: by specifying the screen sizes (Fig. 5) and/or through choosing the operating system of the device (Fig. 6). These settings can be freely combined.
Benefits of Use:
WPBakery Page Builder in the original version provides the option to set the visibility depending on the screen sizes of the device (Fig. 10), but only at the level of Rows and Columns. In addition, it is not possible to set up two or more competitive columns (competitive, in the sense that they fill the same space). The interior elements do not have this possibility of visibility adjustments. This is sufficient for rough adjustment of the responsiveness, however, it is not practical in cases of finer tuning, when only a partially different content is displayed on different resolutions. Plugin VC Simple All Responsive allows complete freedom in this regard. The ability to choose when it will be displayed is enabled at the level of a single element or an arbitrary group of elements. The back-end display is of a competitive type (in the same column), which facilitates visibility.
Example: With the VC Simple All Responsive Plugin, it is possible to set up in the same column: element visible only on desktop screens (in the first All Responsive container), then a group of elements seen only on tablets and on mobile phones (in the 2nd All Responsive container) and finally (at any place, whatever) the elements that are visible on all screens (free elements placed in the usual way, outside of the container). Without the use of All Responsive Elements plugin, it would be necessary to form three separate rows, each with its own setting and copying repeating elements (in other columns, for example). Great advantages are also that the Websites Back End with using of the VC Simple All Responsive Plugin is much more readable and the memory and processor load of the site is reduced.
VC Simple All Responsive element can equally apply to additional elements of independent manufacturers, as well as to the basic elements of Page Builder. For this reason, the implemented solution is superior to some other that are applied in some WP themes.
VC Simple All Responsive plugin is installed in the usual way, in the way you install all WordPress plugins. No additional general setting is required after the installation.
Applied development standards:
The VC Simple All Responsive Plugin is designed in accordance with the WP Codex and all required WP community standards. As such, it is accepted as part of the official WordPress repository.
Author of the plugin is Obren Markov.
Downloading of the plugin is possible only from the official WP repository: https://wordpress.org/plugins/vc-simple-all-responsive/
VC Simple All Responsive is a free plugin.
Restrictions on usage and observed problems:
Of course, it is necessary to have WPBakery (formerly Visual Composer) Page Builder installed for VC Simple All Responsive plugin functionality. It was tested on WP in version 4.8 and higher. Since it is written in object-oriented PHP code, it’s recommended to run on PHP in version 7 or later.
In some cases, problems with WPBakery Page Builder’s version 5 of WordPress have been reported. Where Builder does not work, or it’s problematic, neither this plugin will function properly. The most common problem that occurs in these cases is the inability to function VC Simple All Responsive Element as a container, i.e. it can’t be filled with other elements.
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