If-So works with any modern content builder. Upon creating a dynamic trigger with If-So, you will receive a shortcode to embed anywhere on your website to present its content. Regardless of which page builder you are using, you’ll be able to paste the shortcode inside a text / paragraph / headline / HTML / or dedicated shortcode Element/Block. Embedding the shortcode in other elements might work as well, depending on the element and your content editor.
For some editors, like Gutenberg for example, we also have a Dynamic Content Block you can add directly to your page.
The following page builders are used by our users and have been verified to be compatible with If-So (other editors will likely work as well):
Issue: After embedding the trigger, the shortcode itself is displayed instead of the trigger’s content.
Solution: On your WordPress dashboard, go to If-So > Settings and uncheck the box “Apply “the_content” filter.” This should resolve the problem.
Issue: The style of the content added with If-So appears different than content added directly in the page editor.
Solution: If you are using a content builder, it is likely that you apply different styles to texts and images using the element/block design settings. In most cases, applying the same style to the content of your trigger will occur automatically. All you have to do is simply paste the trigger’s shortcode inside the Element/Block.
Nevertheless, there might be other cases, depending on how the page was built and how the style was applied, where some CSS and HTML adjustments will be required. If this is the case, and you do not know how to do it yourself, feel free to contact us so that we can help.