Bricks is now compatible with WPML, including the WPML Advanced Translation Editor, enhancing multilingual site-building.
Custom PHP queries can be written in the Query Loop control, with support for dynamic data. Users can query the “Current post author” and use new dynamic data tags like author_meta and query_results_count. Pagination now supports User and Term queries with a new filter for adjusting query results pages.
“Section” templates can be injected via WordPress hooks with custom priority settings.
A new Instagram Feed element extends social media integration. We also improved support for nested groups in Advanced Custom Fields but requires reinserting dynamic data tags for these groups.
Finally, a new “%root%” placeholder in custom CSS replaces the previous “root” keyword, offering more explicit and powerful customization without affecting existing CSS.