BricksForge & Advanced Themer

Some of the features overlap between these 2 plugins.

Does anyone have experience with how the global classes works between these two?
Like if we disable the Class Manager in Bricksforge and use Advanced Themer

It seems highly likely there will be some conflicts with mixing these 2 plugins.
I love the features in BricksForge and have a Lifetime license. But Advanced Themer is critical and BricksForge is nice to have but not critical.

Any comments, reviews, advice would be greatly appreciated.

Tank you!!!

I’ve been using both for a while and haven’t run into any issues so far. As for classes, personally I do it like this:

  • Bricksforge global classes for utility classes I keep re-using
  • Advanced Themer for everything else

The beauty is that at the end of the day, both just add good old css classes. So unless you create equally named classes in both tools, there shouldn’t be an issue.

Even if at some point there is a conflict between both plugins, both devs and the whole “bricks family” is pretty open so they’d just fix it. I wouldn’t worry about it at all :slight_smile:


I’m using Bricksforge together with Advanced Themer on every page. Definitely a great combo without conflicts :slight_smile:

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Thanks for the feedback. I am happy to hear about other peoples experiences.

I am doing a good amount of ReactJS + TanStack Router where I put my ReactJS components / app nested within the WordPress directory structure and do a ‘npm build’ on first time load. This allows me to utilize the WordPress monolithic benefits such as user Authentication and such tools as Bricks. All of this makes for a crazy CSS experience.

Anywho, thank you very much for your time.

Hi Daniele :slightly_smiling_face:

Thank you also for the feedback.

I am considering on switching to Tailwind as it is a much better fit for a massive project I am working on. Its a massive code base with more than 50% being ReactJS + TanStack Router. I have been a huge fan of Tailwind with my NextJS and Rust-WASM projects as it is simply easier to work with than normal CSS.

  • Do you see any issues with using Tailwind?