Row resizing behavior controls the max width of the content container within rows. Row resizing capability is enabled by default for any user with unrestricted editing permissions.
If you don't want to allow rows to be resized or you want to choose a
different max-width limitation, there's a filter to modify this behavior:
The filter is passed an array that configures whether or not row resize is
enabled and what the
min widths should be, as shown in the
userCanResizeRows key accepts a boolean value. If it is set to
the two other keys (
maxAllowedWidth) are not required.
maxAllowedWidth keys either take an integer
representing a pixel width or
false to express that there is no limit.
- For UI integrity, even if
minAllowedWidthis set to
false, the system will not allow rows to shrink lower than 100px in width.
- If you remove unrestricted editing capabilities from certain user roles in Settings > Beaver Builder > User access > Unrestricted editing, it will override the code shown here for users with those roles.
Here are some examples that you can just copy and paste into your child theme's functions.php file.
The following code removes the drag handles from the layout and the max content width setting from the row settings screen for individual rows.
To re-enable row resizing capabilities, remove the code.
The following code sets a minimum and maximum width of the content container.
You can modify the values for each setting to either a specific number of
false for no limit. In this example, there is no limit on the
minimum width, and the maximum width is 1100px.
The following code disables row resizing ability for standard posts.
To cap the max possible width to the global row max width, use the global
row_width setting, as shown in the following code.