The HTML module lets you insert custom code and markup into your layouts that is rendered directly to the HTML output.
Like other code editors, the HTML module has line numbering and text wrap, which are not visible in the published version.
Uses of the HTML module
Use the HTML module to add text, markup, and code such as HTML table markup,
code than the Text Editor module, because the WordPress editor instance
embedded in the Text Editor module can try to insert its own markup, such as
If you enter code in the HTML module that results in an inability to open the Beaver Builder editor, open the editor in Safe mode so you can fix or remove the code.
In the screenshot above, the
[fl_year] shortcode (which is available when
you use the Beaver Builder Theme) has been inserted to render the current year
in the output.
As you can see in the screenshot, the HTML module has a General tab with a code editor and an Advanced tab, which has all the usual Advanced tab settings for margins, visibility, animations, and advanced HTML settings.
There is no Style tab. You can style the markup in this module in the following ways:
- Apply inline styles in the code editor on the General tab
- Apply CSS rules by adding a custom ID or class, either directly in the code editor or in the HTML section of the Advanced tab.
There are all the usual Advanced tab settings for margins, visibility, animations, and advanced HTML settings.