Generate: Page Builders Integration: BeTheme / Muffin Page Builder

This guide refers to basic usage of Page Generator Pro with BeTheme’s Muffin Page Builder.  It is not a substitute for referring to the Generate: Content Documentation, which must be read first to understand all Content Group configuration options.

Prerequisites

Older versions may work, however the steps below may not reflect the available functionality.

Setup

Failure to follow all steps in this section may result in incorrect working functionality.

Before using BeTheme’s Muffin Page Builder in your Content Group, you’ll need to:

  • Navigate to BeTheme > Theme Options
  • Click the Global tab in the left hand sidebar:
    Page Generator Pro: Page Builders: BeTheme / Muffin Page Builder: Global
  • Click the Advanced sub tab in the left hand sidebar:
    Page Generator Pro: Page Builders: BeTheme / Muffin Page Builder: Advanced Tab
  • Scroll down to the Advanced header
  • Builder | Data Storage must be set to Serialized | Readable Format, required by some Plugins
    Page Generator Pro: Generate Content: Page Builder Integration: BeTheme Settings
  • Click the Save Changes button

Add a Content Group

To add a new Content Group to Page Generator Pro, click the Add New button below the Content Groups title, which can be found towards the top of the screen:
Page Generator Pro: Generate Content:

You will then be presented with a screen similar to the one used to edit your WordPress Posts and Pages:
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It’s recommended that you first:

Once saved, scroll down to the Page Options section to use Muffin Builder
Page Generator Pro: Generate: Content: Muffin Page Builder

Edit a Content Group

To edit an existing Content Group in Page Generator Pro, click the Title of the Group that you want to edit:
Page Generator Pro: Generate: Group Actions

Scroll down to the Page Options section to use Muffin Builder
Page Generator Pro: Generate: Content: Muffin Page Builder

Dynamic Elements

Muffin Builder’s Visual Editor Module uses the Classic Editor / TinyMCE, therefore allowing you to build each Dynamic Element’s shortcode using the UI:
Page Generator Pro: Generate: Content: Muffin Page Builder: Visual Editor Module

How to do this can be found in the Adding: Classic Editor / TinyMCE section of each of the Documentation links below:

For other Muffin Builder modules, you’ll need to manually build each Dynamic Element’s shortcode using the documented parameters.  These can be found in the Adding: Page Builders section of each of the Documentation links below:

Common Issues

Muffin Builder Content missing on Generated Pages

Follow the Setup section of this document.