How to Set a Display Condition on a Brizy Block

Updated: May 25, 2021

Brizy Pro comes with a feature to allow you to create a custom header and custom footer. However, the way the feature works is a bit different from other page builders like Elementor and Divi Builder. Instead of creating a template, you can create a custom header or footer using a block dedicated to creating both. To ease your job, Brizy allows you to set display conditions to your header/footer block. Thanks to this feature, you don’t need to edit every single page or template you want to apply the custom header to.

Block condition works on all Brizy blocks, not just the header and footer blocks. That being said, you can set certain blocks on a page to appear on other pages based on the display conditions you set. You can add multiple display conditions on a block according to your need.

One thing to note. When you set display conditions on a certain block on your page, the block will only appear on Brizy-powered pages and templates, even if you set the display condition to entire site. In other words, you won’t see the block on pages or posts created with the default WordPress editor (Gutenberg).

How to Set a Display Condition on a Block in Brizy

Before getting started, make sure you have upgraded your Brizy to the pro version in case you haven’t done so as the feature to add display conditions on a block is only available on Brizy Pro. Once you are ready, create a new page and edit it with Brizy (or edit an existing page).

On the Brizy editor, specify a block you want to add the display conditions on. Click the mixer icon to open the settings bar. Click the gear icon (or the Menu/Footer icon if you want to add display conditions on the header/footer block) and enable the Make it Global option.

Once the block is set to a global block, you will see a Display Conditions link under the Make it Global option. Click the link to open the settings popup.

Click Add new display condition to add a new display condition. You can select your desired pages or posts you want the global block to appear on the appearing dropdown menu. Once done setting the display conditions, you can click the Save button to apply the changes and click the X icon on the top-right corner of the popup to close the settings popup.

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