The plugin is very flexible. It’s a sort of a framework rather than just a plugin itself. I only made it that way because I know not everyone wants to get their hands dirty with the codes and rather just build on top of it. Almost anything you can think of above can be easily done. Just to my prove my point, take a look at this theme where it completely changed the block interface – Novelty. If you know your way around PHP & WordPress well enough then it should be VERY easy to achieve what you wanted listed above, but I’m not going to hold your hand through that, I’m truly sorry.
p/s: Anyone who flags this for cross-promotion, I’ll stab you to death, because that’s clearly not the intention here.
People move away to PHP because they want to avoid that exact debugging method. It’s tedious and a waste of time.
Congratulations mate, you have awesome skills
Aqua Page Builder is now officially hosted on WordPress.org’s repository – http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/aqua-page-builder/
Current version: 1.1.0
This transition should be seamless for your users. For theme developers, please update your documentation to direct users to download the plugin its official the plugin page.
You can submit pull requests.
Make sure to update the theme too, I’ve made some changes on the user profile fields. See the commits for details.
You’d see them on the user profile page. Only the admins and the user itself can view the information.