What’s New in Beaver Builder 2.7?

The Beaver Builder 2.7 update is already here! So, you might be wondering what new features to expect from our page builder.

Beaver Builder 2.7 will introduce a new responsive editing interface, visibility UI, and per-node code edits. You’ll also be able to select multiple post types and integrate ACF Blocks Pro.  

In this post, we’ll introduce the new Beaver Builder 2.7 update. Then, we’ll show you some of its new features. Let’s get started!

An Introduction to Beaver Builder 2.7

At Beaver Builder, we’ve created a user-friendly page builder plugin that makes it easy to build and customize WordPress pages. No matter your skill set, you can quickly design your website with our drag-and-drop visual editor, pre-designed page templates, Global Settings, and much more:

Beaver Builder page builder

Beaver Builder is already a valuable tool for both beginners and web developers. However, we’re consistently updating our software with improvements and bug fixes.

In Beaver Builder 2.6, we added usability improvements to the front-end and back-end of our visual editor. This update introduced reusable blocks, micro page templates, and a Google Fonts preview. Plus, you can import and export Global Settings and add new breakpoint values.

Just when you thought Beaver Builder couldn’t get any better, we’ve launched a new update! Beaver Builder 2.7 brings a new responsive editor for previewing mobile device views. We also replaced the breakpoint dropdown menu with more user-friendly icons.

When you update to 2.7, you’ll be able to customize the code settings for specific rows, columns, or modules. We also make it possible to select multiple post types. Finally, Beaver Builder 2.7 fully integrates with ACF Blocks, giving you access to an advanced content editing experience.

5 New Features and Updates You Should Know About in Beaver Builder 2.7

As this is our first update of 2023, let’s dive a little deeper into Beaver Builder 2.7. This way, you’ll know all of its main features and bug fixes before installing the new version.

1. Updated Responsive Editing

In previous versions of Beaver Builder, you could use the responsive editing mode to resize pages for different screens as well as view and edit your designs on mobile devices and tablets. Beaver Builder 2.7 includes the following new features to make your designs even more precise on all device sizes:

  • The Beaver Builder UI is now in an iFrame making responsive previews of different device sizes 100% accurate.
  • It also now includes the site header and footer in the preview. Previously, it was only the layout.
Responsive editing

By upgrading to Beaver Builder 2.7, you’ll have access to advanced responsive editing options. First, you can view the page in four different sizes: extra large, large, medium, and small:

Responsive editing size

Additionally, the responsive editor enables you to set a custom height and width. Just enter a specific combination of pixels, and the editing screen will automatically update:

Custom page pixels

Next, there is a dropdown menu for changing the zoom. This setting will allow you to view the editing screen at 100%, 75%, or 50%. Alternatively, you may choose Fit to Window:

Page window size

To further customize the editor, we have added resizing arrows on the bottom and sides of the screen. These elements can provide much more flexibility while you’re designing the page:

Resizing arrows in Beaver Builder 2.7

Beaver Builder now makes it easy to accommodate various device sizes. Using our new editing features, you can ensure every page of your WordPress site is responsive and mobile-friendly!

2. Visibility UI

Beaver Builder already supports custom breakpoints for different screen sizes. This means you can set the pixel width that changes the responsive behavior from large to medium to small devices.

When you’re defining breakpoints, it’s important to keep these default values in mind:

Default breakpoint value for the browser widthundefined992px768px
Browser width range993px and higher769-992px768px and lower

For example, most iPads have a landscape orientation of 1024 x 768 pixels, while portrait would be 768 x 1024 pixels. In this case, the landscape orientation suits a large device, and the portrait value would fit a small device.

In Beaver Builder, these breakpoint settings are under Visibility in the Advanced tab. Using a previous version of our page builder, you’ll see options like Large & Medium Devices Only or Small Devices Only:

Visibility breakpoint

Beaver Builder 2.7 updates this setting with user-friendly icons. Instead of choosing from a large dropdown menu, you can simply select or de-select certain device size icons:

Visibility breakpoint icons

This simple change makes it easier to customize which rows, columns, or modules are shown on different screens. Using Beaver Builder 2.7, you can customize the visibility of your layouts quickly and easily!

3. Per-Node CSS and JavaScript

So far, we’ve discussed how Beaver Builder 2.7 updates some pre-existing settings to make the interface more user-friendly. However, we are also introducing some brand new editing options!

For example, you can now edit the code for specific nodes. Each row, column, and the module includes a CSS and JavaScript editor in the Advanced tab.

Even after updating to 2.7, you’ll need to enable per-node CSS and JavaScript. Since this setting is disabled by default, navigate to Settings > Beaver Builder > Advanced. Then toggle on Enable Code Settings:

Beaver Builder 2.7 settings enable code settings

After this, open the settings for the specific module, row, or column you want to edit. Click on the Advanced tab and scroll to the bottom. Here you’ll see the new CSS and JavaScript editors:

Customize node CSS

You can add custom CSS and JavaScript directly to individual rows, columns, or modules using this feature. Then you’ll see a code icon attached to the node in the outline panel:

Outline panel code

This feature will give you more control over your site’s appearance and functionality. As you’re adding per-node CSS and JavaScript, keep in mind that all coding will be scoped to the node you’re working on.

4. Multi-Select Post Types

In Beaver Builder 2.7, we’ve also improved the Accordion module. Essentially, an Accordion displays a list of items with expandable sections. Previously, this module could include your posts or pages, but not both at the same time:

Beaver Builder accordion

With Beaver Builder 2.7, the new Accordion module supports the multi-selection of post types. After inserting the module, choose Post as the Content Source. Then, you can select both Posts and Pages as the Post Type:

Accordion post types

To display the right content, be sure to filter the results with categories and tags. Like with the older version of Beaver Builder, you can still customize the order and number of items shown.

5. ACF Blocks Integration

If you want to start using custom blocks in both the Block Editor and Beaver Builder, we have a solution! Our 2.7 update fully integrates with ACF Blocks:

ACF Blocks plugin

ACF Blocks enables you to create custom block types. Once you register a new block, it will be available to insert into a WordPress post or Beaver Builder page. This will keep your web design consistent throughout your website.

To get started, you’ll need to register a block with ACF Blocks. In a block.json file, add details about your custom block:

    "name": "acf/bb-example-acf-block",
    "title": "ACF Example Block",
    "description": "An example ACF block that can be used in Beaver Builder.",
    "category": "bb-example-acf-blocks",
    "icon": "admin-appearance",
    "script": "file:./js/scripts.js",
    "style": "file:./css/styles.css",
    "supports": {
      "jsx": false
    "acf": {
        "mode": "preview",
        "renderTemplate": "template.php"
    "beaverBuilder": {
        "group": "ACF Blocks"

After this, open your theme’s PHP file. Then, you can configure the output for the block’s content:


$heading = get_field( 'heading' );
$content = get_field( 'content' );

	<h3><?php echo $heading; ?></h3>
	<p><?php echo $content; ?></p>

Now you’ll need to load the block using functions. This will make the custom block available in ACF:

add_action( 'init', function() {
	register_block_type( 'path/to/block.json' );
} );

Finally, go to Custom Fields in WordPress and add a new field group. You can use any ACF fields, but be sure to select Block as the location:

ACF Blocks field

Once you’ve created your custom block, you can start using it! In Beaver Builder, group the available modules by ACF Blocks:

ACF Blocks

Then, simply insert your block. Just like a Beaver Builder module, you’ll be able to drag and drop it onto pages and customize its settings:

ACF Blocks in Beaver Builder 2.7

Using this integration, you can create reusable blocks that work in the native WordPress editor and Beaver Builder. This enables you to standardize the design content on your posts and pages.


By upgrading to Beaver Builder 2.7, you’ll have access to a more responsive, flexible version of our page builder. Now, you can customize pages for mobile devices, add coding for specific nodes, and much more.  

To review, here’s what you can expect from Beaver Builder 2.7:

  1. Updated responsive editing.
  2. Visibility UI.
  3. Per-node CSS and JavaScript.
  4. Multi-select post types.
  5. ACF blocks integration.

People Also Ask

What Is the Latest Version of Beaver Builder?

Beaver Builder 2.7 is the latest version of our plugin. It supports integration with ACF Blocks Pro, multi-selection of post types, and per-node CSS and JavaScript. You’ll also find responsive editing improvements that make Beaver Builder more accurate and easier to use. 

What Does Beaver Builder Do?

Beaver Builder is a page builder that can visually customize your WordPress website. Our plugin includes drag-and-drop content modules, pre-designed page templates, white labeling, and advanced settings. These features make it a flexible tool for both beginners and developers!

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