As part of my review of this site, I decided it was time to change the domain to better reflect the transition Theme Fusion has made. While Avada is still being sold as a theme, it is, in fact, a page builder. Not only is this clear in the latest releases, but they have also changed the code namespace to awb (Avada Website Builder), as demonstrated by the global variables beginning with –awb. I wanted a domain name that would be easier to remember and reflect its purpose. So without further ado, the new domain is For the new 60 days or so, the legacy domain will remain active, but the primary domain will change very soon.

Over the next 60 days, there will also be some major design changes as I look to simplify things and try to use Gutenberg more and more.

Originally published on Oct. 1, 2022

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