In the video tutorial below, I’ll show you how to build a custom global footer for your WordPress website using a plugin called Oxygen Builder.
I recently started using a brand new website builder plugin for WordPress called Oxygen Builder. Have you heard about it?
Now, I’m not going to review Oxygen Builder here today, because I’m still exploring all of the features and design options, and want to at least create a few websites first. But, so far, I’m absolutely loving it.
What is Oxygen?
Oxygen Builder is a visual drag-and-drop website building tool, with similar characteristics as of other popular page builders, however, this is a full-blown website builder, not just a page builder.
There is a lot to Oxygen Builder, and as I said, I cannot review it properly just yet. Stay tuned though, in the very near future, I will be publishing more videos using this plugin.
Creating a custom footer with Oxygen
Anyhow, I’ve spent quite a few hours getting familiar with Oxygen Builder and building website sections and elements using the plugin over the last few weeks. So, I thought it would be super awesome to show you how I created one of these elements using this tool, in a video.
In the video tutorial below, you will see how I was able to easily build a global custom website footer for my dummy WordPress site using Oxygen. It took me no time at all, once I was past the learning curve of finding my way around the plugin, that is.
The best thing about this footer is, it applies to all of the pages of your site and not just one landing page. (Global)
If you want to learn more about Oxygen Visual Builder, click here. For now, enjoy the tutorial video.
Skip to 2.17 to get straight into the tutorial.