Creating a recipe with complete details is highly beneficial for culinary websites. In the previous posts of this series, we’ve gone through some ways to create a recipe page using page builders. In today's practice, we're going to find out how to do it with another page builder: Kadence.
In the previous part of this series, we learned how to create relationships with several page builders. However, if you don’t want to use them, you still can create and display the relationship between two objects on your website with the help of MB Relationships and MB Views from Meta Box. In this practice, we’ll create a bi-directional relationship between Courses and Instructors post type and show them on the page.
If you want to create a relationship between two objects on your website, the MB Relationships from Meta Box can help you. In this practice, we’ll create a bi-directional relationship between Courses and Instructors post type for example. In addition, we also display them on the page with the help of Bricks Builder.
There are numerous ways to build ecommerce product pages that I shared in this series. In this article, we’ll share some best practices for product page design by using Meta Box and Kadence.
You may know how to create a product page using different page builders due to our posts in this series. In this practice, we’re going to find out another way to do it with a kinda new page builder: Breakdance.
In the prior posts of this series, we’ve known how to create a Recipe page using some of the page builders. In today's practice, we’ll use another one named Brizy to do it with the help of Meta Box.