You can download the content from the Hub and use it for building websites in Visual Composer. The content of the Hub ranges from a simple text block element to full page templates.
Based on your license (free or premium) you can access part or all content of the Hub. A user with a premium license has access to over 500+ assets and extended design options.
How to access Visual Composer Hub?
The Visual Composer Hub can be accessed in the following two ways:
- Navigate to the Visual Composer menu under the WordPress dashboard and select Visual Composer Hub.
- In the Visual Composer editor, click on the Hub icon from the navigation bar. Opening Hub from the editor is handy since you can instantly download and add content to the page.
Visual Composer Hub content
The Visual Composer Hub consists of:
While the premium license has access to all 500+ Visual Composer Hub assets, the free version has limitations to 40+ elements and templates.
How to download content from the Visual Composer Hub?
To download the assets from the Visual Composer, hover over the element or template and click on the download icon.
To sort out free and premium elements, you can use the Hub menu located at the top. Just hover over each section (elements, templates, blocks, addons, etc.) and select either free or premium from the dropdown.
All downloaded elements and templates will appear in your Add Content window, which you can find under the '+' sign in the navigation bar.