Where can I find Oxygen's roadmap, if any?
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Simply by using WordPress standard method:


Thank you, Matthias for screen capture, it saved me some time changing one website language to english 😉

If you want to change the icon dispayed by Google in mobile search, you can read this good post from James.

In addition:

WordPress > Appearance > Customizer

If you don't see that menu item, switch your theme from "Twenty Twenty-Two" to "Twenty Twenty-One", or even better, install "theme "Intentionally Blank".

Please note: with Oxygen installed, the activate button in the themes screen looks disabled, but it's working fine.

When you need to regenerate the Oxygen CSS cache:

You don't need to regenerate the Oxygen CSS cache if:

Often, your problem may be related to the settings of the server caching systems (such as LiteSpeed, Redis, Memcached, Breeze...) or some kind of optimization plugin, and not with the Oxygen cache.

source : Official Oxygen User Group (thank you Alexander)

Search right here, in Oxy-Faq. We try to update it frequently.

Search in the Official Oxygen Facebook Group: the search engine is not the best but you still have a high chance to find the answers you are looking for.

Still can't find answers? Go to the fantastic collection of Oxygen stuff made by Simon Kress (subscribe to his awesome newsletter): the most convenient way to find tutorials, resources, snippets and so on...

Your question is not related to Oxygen but still about WordPress

Google will be more helpful (or any other search engine).

Your question is not related to Oxygen nor WordPress but it's more about Code (CSS, JS, PHP…COBOL?)

Stack Overflow is often the best place for that.

Your website is broken probably because of Oxygen (most of the time it's not but you are not sure about it)

Don't wait, contact Oxygen support, especially if it's urgent: https://oxygenbuilder.com/support/

And it can be useful when you think you have discovered a bug to check the official list of bugs...

And finally, don't forget to check the Trello board created by Amanda Lucas and updated by the community, for more resources : https://trello.com/b/t048TPPM/oxygen-builder-resources

Some other resources:

The Oxygen Section element by default does not have options for setting margins. But you can easily add margin in the Section settings in the Advanced > Custom CSS tab.

If you need to add the same margins for several Sections, then first add a class for the Section, and then add a custom CSS for this class

More details and screenshots: https://oxywp.com/how-to-add-margin-to-the-section-element-in-oxygen/

The best way is by watching the videos from the Official Oxygen Youtube Channel :

And the Official Oxygen Documentation : https://oxygenbuilder.com/documentation/

There are also some 3rd party video courses (free and premium)

Permaslug Course:

Permaslug YouTube:

Isotropic Design YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJspEIo2HrjfaDMMXETluYg

Stratos Tutorials YouTube:

Kevins' videos:

First thing you notice when you install Oxygen is that is disables the theme.

So you can't anymore use your functions.php to add whatever you were used to add when using themes.

But you can achieve the same thing by using Code Snippets plugin (free) or Advanced Scripts (paid but worth it: $39.99 for unlimited websites, lifetime updates and support - link is affiliate link but that's not the reason why we recommend it, see James' advice or Mohammed's).

There's no quick and easy way to convert existing pages (using a pagebuilder or theme) to Oxygen Builder. The best way to make the move would be rebuilding the entire site -- which is actually a blessing in disguise.

When you rebuild from scratch, even if you're recreating an existing design, you can create for performance -- the main reason why people move to Oxygen in the first place.

There's also a helpful tool that'll convert any html (WordPress based or otherwise) called Nimbufy. It's a Chrome Plugin which will recreate the structure and CSS in Oxygen. It works pretty well for rough recreations of pages in Oxygen, but they'll need some work to be ready for production, be responsive, and look good.

James has a guide on Isotropic, showing how Nimbufy works as well: https://isotropic.co/using-nimbufy-to-migrate-any-site-to-oxygen/

This is one of the most common issues that happens to Oxygen Builder users. Post migration, be sure to follow these steps:

**Resigning shortcodes will fix this "broken" appearance 90% of the time.

At this point, the frontend issues should be fixed. If they persist, open up each page/post/template in the Oxygen Builder, and click the blue "save buttons".

For additional info and screenshots, here's a great resource: https://isotropic.co/3-steps-to-resolve-99-of-problems-with-oxygen-builder/

Install on the recipient site the free extension that you can download here:


and it will work smoothly every time, if your file is less than 512MB which is fine in many cases. You can use this extension for larger files by excluding media from the archive and uploading them via FTP along with importing everything else with the extension.