Let’s look at how a standard WordPress page layout differs to one that is constructed with the Visual Composer. Web page text is designed to flow around embedded images. If we want to have more interesting page layouts with columns and rows of text, images, buttons, boxes and videos then we can use the Visual Composer.

Take the example from www.michaelhectorracing.com.au
The published page we see can look something like this:

If we look at the editing page for this you can see that there is a helpful approximation of the layout which we can easily edit the parts of.

Without Visual Composer you’d likely be working with shortcodes like this.

Using Visual Composer can make it a stack easier to create multi-column page layouts than would otherwise be possible without learning html, tables, css or some combination of other plugins.

Visual Composer (VC) makes page editing easier

Visual Composer (VC) makes it relatively easy to make multi column page layouts with modular content block. We use it extensively to streamline page construction and editing. The following video is a short introduction to the benefits of VC.

Visual Composer for WordPress will save you tons of time working on the site content. Now you’ll be able to create complex layouts within minutes! It’s build on top of the modern technologies – get the best for your lovely website!

Have you ever noticed how much time you spend fighting with [shortcodes]? No more trial and errorswith “shortcodes magic” – Visual Composer will take care of that.

Add columns/elements with single click, then use your mouse to drag elements around to re-arrange them.

Here is an example of making a page with some popular elements of text, images and columns.

To try a demo interface of VC login with user/pass as demo/demo at demo.wpbakery.com/vc/wp-login.php