For anyone not up to date, we’ve recently (about two months back) launched Brizy a new way of editing WordPress websites visually.
More about what Brizy means for ThemeFuse and the plan to integrate Brizy in all our themes can be read in my original article when I’ve announced the Brizy launch.
Since then we’ve worked hard to migrate all our WordPress themes on Brizy, so when you install and import the demo content you’ll be able to edit the pages with Brizy instead of the Unyson’s back-end visual page builder.
Themes updated on Brizy
These themes were already updated and if you install and import the demo content you’ll be able to edit all the pages with Brizy:
In the following weeks
In the next 2 weeks or so we’ll continue to update more themes, mostly our The Core demo websites.
There are 25 demo websites in The Core and we can’t have a part on Brizy and the rest on the previous builder, we need to have them all on Brizy before updating.
In the future
We plan to have only Brizy themes on ThemeFuse, this will bring a great user experience and ease of use for our clients plus it will alleviate some of the support in the long run since Brizy is far more easy to understand and use.
Considering the point above we’ll be forced to retire some themes that can’t be migrated on Brizy. Themes like Paws & Claws, Kiddo Turf or HomeQuest are a couple of examples of themes that can’t be implemented with Brizy right now.
Most likely we’ll retire them (maybe temporarily) until Brizy will be able to handle them.
This was and still is a massive undertaking since we basically had to recreate all the themes from scratch so I want to thank you for your patience in the past few weeks. I am very excited with the new possibilities Brizy brings on the table so I can’t wait for your feedback.
I’ll edit this blog post as we continue with the updates. Cheers.