Delete a saved row, column, or module

You can delete saved rows, columns (as of Beaver Builder 2.1), or modules that you've inserted in your layout, or you can delete the saved rows and modules that you've saved centrally.

Delete a saved row or module in a Beaver Builder layout

Delete a saved row or module from a page layout just as you would delete any other row or module. Even if you delete a global row or module in your layout, it will not affect the saved version in any way.

Delete a saved row or module centrally

If you delete the saved row or module centrally, all instances of that row or module that you already inserted in the layout will remain as they are. If you delete a global saved row or module, all instances of it in your layout will lose their links with each other and function as standard rows or modules.

You can delete a saved row or module either through the Beaver Builder admin panel (or the Builder admin panel prior to Beaver Builder 2.1) or in the Content panel in a page being edited in Beaver Builder.

Delete a saved row, column, or module through the Beaver Builder admin panel

  1. In the WordPress admin panel, click Beaver Builder (or Builder), then choose strong>Saved rows, Saved columns, or Saved modules.
    If you don't see Beaver Builder or Builder in the WordPress admin panel, see the Related Article on enabling the Beaver Builder admin panel.
  2. Mouse over the saved row, column, or module you want to delete and click Trash.

Delete a saved row or module in the Beaver Builder editor

  1. Open a page for editing in Beaver Builder.
  2. In the Content panel, click the Saved tab.
  3. Mouse over the saved row or module you want to delete and click the X icon.