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    Thank you for creating an amazing theme!

    I was wondering why the code wasn’t appearing in the default editor after being created in the advanced layout editor? I want the short codes to help page creation but when I use the advanced layout editor, it doesn’t produce any code in the default editor to copy/paste to another page. There are other reasons I want to access the code created in the advanced layout editor while switching back and forth between the default editor.

    If it is not possible to view the code created in the advanced layout editor in the default editor view, how can I use something similar in the default editor? The magic wand symbol provides some short codes but doesn’t allow any styling to the short code like there is available in the advanced layout editor. For instance, creating a parallax background is not an option that I could find in the wand drop down menu option located in the default editor.

    Thanks again and look forward to your response.


    Hi addwebtoday!

    Please enable debugging mode – (Purchase code hidden if logged out) /
    You can also switch to Default Editor and click on Magic Wand to see full list of shortcodes



    This is exactly what I was looking for. Speedy response and exact answer. I would sticky this somewhere for all newcomers or highlight it in the docs. Thanks again!
    After using it, the debug is an even bigger enhancement to the overall visual layout builder. huge plus.
    Great theme!!!



    You are welcome, glad we could help! It is already in documentation which can be found here –
    If you have any other questions or issues, let us know!


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