I was recently given a link to Dirk Beckers’ website, which I find to be very attractive. It seems the black and gold color scheme is alive and well — not only this site but also The Admin Bar are two recent discoveries. The Beckers site uses Elementor, but of course, I wanted to see how hard it would be in Avada. I put together a really quick test layout that does not include the custom post types and custom fields that his site has, but they would be easy to incorporate. No custom CSS was used, but this does require thinking about nested columns and the best way to get a good layout.

Originally published on Aug. 3, 2022

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