Hi! Today, I have some concise notes on how to best make use of the Visual Composer plugin for WordPress. The focus in this short tutorial is to maximize basic compatibility with other WordPress plugins and the active theme(s) on a site, as well as some general performance gains you’ll notice after following this tutorial.
Let’s get started!
1. Check to make sure Visual Composer is installed and active on the site:
2. Click on “Deactivate” to deactivate the Visual Composer plugin.
3. At this point, you may notice one or ten notices on your site, similar to this:
4. Deactivate and delete all plugins and themes that are generating this notice. Replace their functionality with alternatives.
5. Delete the Visual Composer plugin.
6. That’s it! You’ll now notice many performance increases on the site, as well as far less (or none at all!) errors being generated.
You did it!