The Beaver Builder Awesomeness Continues as I show you how easy and simple it is to build a blog page in 30 seconds (give or take a second).
Bear in mind that Beaver Builder has 3 different layout options to display blogs. You can see an example of the infinite scroll if you go to my maintenance page or my training page. In this video, I’ll show you one more example of the actual blog list.
There’s one more too! But I may save that for another time =).
Enjoy the video!
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