1. Microthemer has been designed to work well with Beaver Builder at the same time – from one screen. For instance, some extra care has been taken to ensure the inerface elements don’t compete with each other. With other page builders, most people add content with the builder, and then leave the builder to go to the Microthemer interface where they can make style changes.
It’s fine to have Microthemer installed alongside any page builder though, in case that’s what you were asking.
2. Many users make changes with Microthemer and then disable or even completely uninstall Microthemer before handing the site over to the client. You can still make use of the style changes by copying and pasting some code to your theme’s functions.php file. You can find the most up to code by going to Microthemer’s Preferences, and then clicking the tab called ‘Inactive’. The code loads the stylesheet Microthemer generates (wp-content/micro-themes/active-styles.css), as well as any Google fonts used in your design.
I hope that helps. Please let me know if you have any further questions.
Thanks for reply, and I will try.
FYI, our server is in China, so we can not use google fonts there.
Ah, that’s a shame about Google fonts. I looked into a work around, but it seems the mirror for loading Google fonts in China isn’t online anymore:
Do you know of any others?
Yes, there is one, I am not sure how long it will valid, here is screenshot and address:
and replace http://ajax.googleapis.com:
For now, actually, we can now access address like
but when we can not use plugins at backend, since the address in plugin at backend is like the follow address, and we can not access it:http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/webfont/1.4.7/webfont.js?ver=4.8.2
This means we can access the frontend pages of the site with google fonts used, but at backend, we can not use the plugins which including the address of http://ajax.googleapis.com.
Also, we can not access like maps.google.com, but we can visit https://www.google.cn/maps/
Thanks for the links. So if http://fonts.googleapis.com isn’t blocked in China, you should be OK using Google fonts in Microthemer. But please let me know if that’s not the case.
Do you mean there is no similar links in Microthemer Lite, like?
Are you getting any 404 errors when using the Lite version on a Chinese server?