Generate: Page Builders Integration: GoodLayers

This guide refers to basic usage of Page Generator Pro with GoodLayer’s 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.

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 Builder section, and build your Content Group as necessary:
Page Generator Pro: Generate: Page Builders: GoodLayers

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 Builder section, and build your Content Group as necessary:Page Generator Pro: Generate: Page Builders: GoodLayers

Dynamic Elements

GoodLayer’s Page Builder Text Box uses the Classic Editor / TinyMCE, therefore allowing you to build each Dynamic Element’s shortcode using the UI.

To access this:

  • Add a Text Box to your Content Group
    Page Generator Pro: Generate: Page Builders: GoodLayers: Text Box
  • The Classic Editor / TinyMCE editor will be displayed
    Page Generator Pro: Generate: Page Builders: GoodLayers: Text Box: Dynamic Elements

How to use each Dynamic Element can be found in the Adding: Classic Editor / TinyMCE section of each of the Documentation links below:

For other GoodLayer 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: