“Elevate Your Website Design with Post X: Your Go-To Gutenberg Plugin”

Let me show you a WordPress plugin that's
going to help you build websites easier. It's a Gutenberg Dynamic Builder. Let me show you what I'm
talking about right now. The plugin that I want to show you is called Post X, and it's going to help you
build your front page, your products, your posts, categories,
and a lot of aspects of your website. It's going to be super easy to use,
so let's get started. Now, if you want to check it out,
link will be provided in the description. Now, in my case, I have
the plugin installed already. What you're going to do is get
started with the initial set up. Let's go ahead and click on this, and we're going to get started
through the step by step process. Let's get started. Let's give our website what type it is. In this case, agency website name,
I'll name it SaaS Master Demo. You upload your site icon here. I won't do it for now. Then we have the addons that we
can activate and deactivvate. Now, these addons are a good idea to deactivate the ones
that you are not going to use.

For example, Dynamic site builder,
we do want to use that. Custom fonts,
maybe you're good with the ones it has already, you can disable this,
or you can upload your own fonts. Save templates, categories,
table of contents, progress bar. Then there's the integration addons. For example,
there's the chat GPT integration, which lets you generate content really
easily once you have this activated. Now, you can disable it if
you don't plan to use it. To set the options,
click on this gear icon. This is where you're going
to add your Open AI API key. You're going to select the model
of the AI model that you want to use. Now, in this case, I'll use GPT 3.5,
the response time, and the max tokens. Once you set that up, it's good to go. Then this integrates beautifully with WPA
bakery, Oxygen, Elementor, DV Veebers.

In this case, I'm not going
to use Elementor on this site. Let's go ahead and disable it. Then there's these other options.
Click Next. This is what we have enabled. Again, Next, and we are ready to go. Now, be aware that once we have Post X
plugin installed, if we go ahead and create post,
we can use the blocks that they have available, which makes things
for building really easily. In this case, I'm going to get started with the site builder because basically
this is where people are going to get started because it's
super easy to implement.

Let's go into the front page and I'm
going to create a front page template. Now in the templates, they have all these templates available,
which are pretty nice. Now in this case, if I want to select this tech news, but my site has something to do
with something else, don't worry, go ahead and select it if you like et
the style and then we can customize it. In this case, I want to show
you this one, Personal Blog. That's a good one. I'll go ahead and import it. It's going to be really easy to modify. Here is the imported page and you
can see that it has these styles. I can edit all of this, we can remove it,
we can change the images, the style, the button text, the link,
and all of that can be changed. We can add modify to all of this. Now, be aware, if this is your first time
using Postex and it's a brand new site and you don't have any posts, don't get
scared if you see a lot of this empty.

Now, these are posts that I've created for this demo site, but if I don't have
posts, we're not going to do this. So it might look weird
in the beginning, don't worry. Now,
if this is thin and like in this case, this is just because I'm in the editor,
but there's also the settings for Post X. There's the color settings,
so this is the theme color. We can change these to edit it with. If you want full screen, we can go ahead and do that by
selecting it or custom size. Full screen would be the full screen. Once I publish this, it's going
to be obviously full screen. The theme default is what works best
because it's already built for that, but it's up to you if you want
to use full screen or custom size. Then the settings for the breakpoints.

Let's go back into the settings. If you like this and how it flows, we can go ahead and publish
it and go ahead and use it. If not, we can go ahead
and use the builder library. Again, we get the options. If I want to import a different one,
it's just super easy to do. Now, be aware that if I do this import,
it's going to add it here on the bottom, which is something you
might not want to do. You want to start a new one. But it's just a quick option to show you. In this case, I am not going to save it, but it's super easy to set
the front page just like that. Now, there's also
the singular for the post. Again, we can create a singular template and there's available several templates
that we can use and set these as the primary default
for the singular templates. The search results, we can also set
here the archive, the categories. For example, for categories,
I'm using this one.

If I go to edit, let me
show you really quickly. This is the categories and we're able
to view the template for categories. Now, if I go to the main page, which is this one right here,
I already have this loaded. There's these categories and if I click on laptops, it's going to use this
template that I just used. If I don't like it, I can go
ahead and create a new one. A gain, there's different ones available. You can see them here. Use the one you like. This one looks really nice. I can go ahead and import this. When I go to categories,
it's going to look just like that. Same thing goes with authors,
tags, and date.

Super easy to do. Now, that's for the easy
way to build a site. That's the template.
But what if you want to customize it? Or if you create a brand new post? Well, let's go into post. I'm going to add a new post. Well, actually, I'll use one of these. I'll edit this laptop MSI one. This one is empty and we can click on it
and we're going to get the browse all.

In browse all, we're going to be able to
view all the posts x Good & Burp blogs. Now you're going to see that these blogs
are going to look way better than the ones that are natively on the
WordPress Good & Burp. For example, this post slider,
I can go ahead and input it here, and easily I'm able to modify this
and have something really nice. For example, this is a slider,
it's going to work here. Now, on the WordPress Good & Burp blog, we're not going to get
something like this. Now, there's predefined
patterns that we can use here. If you don't like how that one flows, we can use this one instead
of the one it's using right now. Just like that, it changed it.

There's also also the slider
layouts that we can select. If you don't like the one that you're looking at right now, you can
just go ahead and select it here. There's a modification for each
one of these blocks that we add. For example, there's the arrows heading. We can remove things like if you don't want to show the image,
the title, the meta description. We can just go ahead and disable these,
text on them in categories and just leave the title that looks
a little bit more cleaner. And all that is optional here
by using this. There's also the advanced settings if you
want to use the CSS, so that's going to be really highly customizable,
and that's available by using that. Now, there's different blocks available here like post grids,
images, wrappers, buttons.

For example, this button,
I go ahead and add it here. And again, we're going to get
the settings for it here on the right. Again, there's predefined
patterns here that we can use. Let's use this three button style here. We're going to get the settings for these. Here's row column 1, 2, 3. We're going to use the one.

flex properties, background and wrap, wrapper, background overlay,
and then all the settings for these. Each one of these elements that we add are going to have several settings
that we can customize. Now, if I show you these native Gould & Burr blocks that they have,
basically, they are super basic. Having something like this when you're building a site, it's going to help
you build sites way faster. The same thing goes.
If you are creating a Woocommerce product, you're going to be able to take advantage
of these advanced blocks that are going to help us build and make
our products look better. All that basically using Post X. It's going to give that flexibility
to build sites better. Now in Post X, it doesn't stop there. You got the site builder. There's a template kit that we've viewed
already for each one of the sections. There's the saved template. If we have templates that we've built and we want to save them,
we can use them again by having this.

The custom font, remember,
we have this add on enabled and we can add our own custom font to start
using it on our site. There's the add ons.
If we disable something that we want to have enabled now, we just go ahead, go
into this section and enable or disable. Okay, there's the blocks section. Let's just say that you don't use all these type of blocks and they are just
taking up space on your block section. Well, you can go ahead and disable
the ones that you don't plan to use. At the end, we have
the settings for these. E general settings that we can set up. The container width that it
has by default, it's this one.

We can go ahead and change it here. But basically that is Post X. If you want to grab it, it's going to help you build sites faster
using more advanced blocks for Good and Break than the one it
has natively on WordPress. If you want to grab it, link will
be provided in the description. That's a wrap..

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