In this short video tutorial, I’ll show you how to build a custom sitewide footer section for your WordPress website using a plugin called Oxygen Builder.
A while back, I started using a new website building tool/plugin for WordPress called Oxygen Builder. Have you heard about it?
Now, I haven’t gotten the chance to write a full-blown review of Oxygen Builder as of yet. I’m still exploring all of the features and design options, and so I want to at least create half a dozen real-world websites using this plugin before I create my own review.
So far, I’m absolutely loving it, and as you may know, fabriziovanmarciano.com is built on the Oxygen framework.
What is Oxygen?
So, just very quickly to let you know what Oxygen is:
Oxygen Builder is a visual drag-and-drop website building tool, with similar characteristics as of other popular page builders.
However, this is a tool for creating a full-blown website development environment, not just a landing page building tool.
There is a lot to Oxygen Builder, and as I said, I cannot review it properly just yet, but when I eventually do, it should hopefully be an honest and thorough review.
In the future, I also hope to create more tutorial videos on how I’m using this tool to develop websites, so stay tuned in.
Creating a custom footer with Oxygen
I’ve spent quite a bit of time getting familiar with Oxygen Builder and building page sections and learning all about the various elements.
Six months of using this tool every day in my business, and I’m loving it so much.
In the video tutorial below, you will see how I was able to build a simple looking sitewide custom footer section for a dummy WordPress website using Oxygen.
If you want to learn more about Oxygen Visual Builder, click here. For now, enjoy the tutorial video.
Skip to 2.17 to get straight into the tutorial.