This is a pretty big release
Please read about our changes here https://meshplugin.com/release-notes/1-2-5/
mesh_max_columnsDefault remains 12
.rowmax-width being set to
mesh_post_typeswhen it is not yet set.
.travis.ymlfile to automate our unit tests.
addtextdomaintask to the Grunt configuration.
JSONfiles to Code Climate grading.
node_modulesfolder to the
echo esc_html()when containing a variable.
makepottask from the Grunt configuration.
Michelflibrary from Code Climate scanning.
mesh_tiny_mce_before_initto allow even more extended option filtering
mesh_templates_per_pageare queried if you have a lot of templates (More than 50)
mesh_loop_end. An example would be to stop the default output of mesh_display_sections.
A page builder, simplified. The most flexible way to add content to your WordPress site.
We recommend downloading our free plugins from wordpress.org directly.
Mesh is the easiest way to add additional content to your Page, Post, or Custom Post Type in a responsive grid system. Adding a Mesh Section creates a new row on your page below the default WordPress content. Each Section can be divided into 1 to 4 Columns, providing Visual/Text editors for each Column. Give your Sections and Columns titles, drag to rearrange, add background images to Columns or an entire Section, then Publish your Section or save it as a Draft until your content is just right.
Efficient and unobtrusive, Mesh was designed to simply extend the functionality of the normal page editor within WordPress to provide the flexibility of building pages in a responsive grid without adding code or editing page templates.
Mesh is currently built off of Foundation‘s grid but will soon have support for Bootstrap and custom frameworks as well. All grid styles can also be easily disabled.
Our goal is to stay as close to the core usability of WordPress as possible. Mesh Content editing is recognizable and simple to use. As you create new Sections for your content you will be presented with an interface similar to that utilized on default Pages and Posts.
We have added a few hooks to extend the functionality of Mesh and will continue to expand these over time. For a full list of currently available hooks and filters check out the FAQ.
We first developed Mesh as a tool for our clients to use so they could better self manage their content; in-turn saving them money on support hours. They love it so much we have continued to improve upon it, add new features, and are now proud to present it to the WordPress Community at large!
Let us know how you like Mesh and what we can do to make it even better!
Leave a review here or start a conversation on GitHub.