WPBakery Visual Composer Updates to 4.12.1

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WpBakery Visual Composer

WPBakery Visual Composer is a drag-and-drop style front end page building designed to save you hours of working on website content in code.  The WordPress plugin takes full control of the backend WordPress to create and build page layouts without any programming knowledge.  WPBakery has updated the plugin to version 4.12.1 with some bug fixes and a host of great additions

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Visual Composer is already powering over a million WordPress-based websites, all without short codes or coding knowledge.  With the update to Version 4.12.1, Visual Composer has made a couple of big changes.

Several old buttons and deprecated elements have been moved, removed, and renames to make the Composer easier to understand.  WPBakery has also fixed an error in the Backend editor load, as well as removing extra buttons that appeared in prettyPhoto.  A big change in the new hook into YoastSEO and the fixed Lightbox in FireFox.

Check out the full changelog below

07.09.2016 - ver 4.12.1
   Fixed: backend editor loading - getContent in case if #content doesn't exists
   Fixed: Grid item background image URL quoting
   Fixed: Entypo icons
   Fixed: Templates preview element icons
   Fixed: Remove extra next/prev buttons for prettyPhoto
   Fixed: Lightbox in firefox
   Fixed: Empty content welcome block for latest woocommerce
   Fixed: Hook into the YoastSEO:ready event directly.
   Fixed: Disable scrollTo when autoplay enabled
   Fixed: PrettyPhoto is-single hover controls
   Fixed: Grid Item ajax response rendering when no posts found
   Updated: Make old names for deprecated elements
   Updated: Old buttons and CTA removed from add element list
   Updated: FontAwesome to 4.6.3

Grab the plugin by heading over to CodeCanyon here

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