Almost any WordPress widget that is available to you in the WordPress admin panel's Appearance > Widgets can be added to your Beaver Builder layout as a content module. If you have WooCommerce installed, the WooCommerce widgets appear in the list also.
There are several WordPress widgets that don't appear in the WordPress Widgets list in the Content panel:
- Audio widget
- Custom HTML widget
- Gallery widget
- Image widget
- Text widget
- Video widget
This is because Beaver Builder has its own modules that have more options and work better in your layouts. You can still use these WordPress widgets in any theme sidebar or footer areas that use native WordPress widgets.
In the Content panel, click in the Group field and choose WordPress widgets. Drag a widget into your layout.
The Sell layout template in Beaver Builder uses several WooCommerce widgets as modules in the lower half of the page.
Many third-party widgets will not work properly if you add them to your Beaver Builder layout. Here's why.
Most third-party widgets are loaded to run in the WordPress admin back end, because they are usually used at Appearance > Widgets, whereas Beaver Builder runs in the front end. In more technical terms, these third-party widgets use the
You can get these widgets to work in Beaver Builder layouts by adding custom code to your child theme's functions.php file that enqueues the widgets to load on the front end as well. Below is an example snippet on how to enqueue scripts and styles whilst the builder is active on your page or posts.
If you're unsure of the URL for your plugins widget assets, contact the plugin developer.