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New Post

To add a new blog entry in Brizy Builder for WordPress, you can follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your WordPress admin panel.
  2. Navigate to "Posts" in the WordPress sidebar menu and click on "Add New".
  3. You will be taken to the WordPress editor for creating a new blog post.
  4. In the WordPress editor, you will find the Brizy section below the main content editor. It allows you to switch to the Brizy Builder interface for creating your blog entry.
  5. Click on the "Switch to Brizy" button to enter the Brizy Builder.
  6. Once inside the Brizy Builder, you can start designing your blog entry by adding and customizing various elements.
    • To add elements, you can use the sidebar panel where you'll find a variety of options such as headings, text, images, galleries, buttons, etc.
    • Drag and drop the desired elements onto the canvas and customize them according to your preferences. You can change the text, style, layout, and other properties of the elements.
    • You can also use the available Brizy blocks or templates to speed up the design process. These blocks provide pre-designed sections that you can customize to fit your blog entry.
  7. As you design your blog entry, you can preview it by using the "Preview" button in the Brizy Builder.
  8. Once you are satisfied with your design, click on the "Publish" button to save and publish the blog entry.
  9. After publishing, you can exit the Brizy Builder by clicking on the "Exit Brizy Builder" button.
  10. You have now successfully added a new blog entry using Brizy Builder for WordPress.

It's important to note that the specific steps and interface may vary slightly depending on the version of Brizy Builder and WordPress you are using.