The AI Builder uses widgets and plugins to copy and build your websites automatically. It also changes the theme of your website to a 10Web theme. In order for the AI Builder to recreate websites as similar to the original as possible, it needs to install and activate some plugins. Before the AI Builder installs and activates any plugin, it will detect the plugins needed for the site you are recreating. Here is the full list of 10Web responsive plugins and other functional plugins used during an AI run.
All websites have visuals. For this reason, when the AI Builder is recreating advanced galleries, the Photo Gallery plugin and the import and export extension are installed and activated . This allows the AI Builder to correctly import and export your images, place your images and display them as close to the original composition as possible, and recreate the settings of the original website. If the galleries are not complex, then the AI Builder will use the Photo Gallery widget to recreate.
When the AI Builder detects forms in the website you want to recreate, it will automatically install and activate the Form Maker plugin along with the import/export extension. This plugin gives a powerhouse of versatility to the types of forms that need to be built and styled. It will determine the structure, content, and styles present in the original website, and by using the Form Maker plugin, apply them to your recreated site.
To add the most functionality to your recreated websites, the Slider Plugin will be installed and activated. Like in the case of the Photo Gallery plugin, the Slider plugin will be installed where the AI Builder encounters complex sliders such as ones containing animations, layers, etc. This will allow for a more precise recreation of the forms and galleries.
Installing plugins on your site is only done in cases that are complex. If the features of the Form Maker, Photo Gallery, and Slider widgets are not enough to complete the job to its fullest potential, then the plugins will be installed.
This plugin is installed and activated to support SVG file types for importing and managing media.
This plugin is installed and activated if the original website has SVG or WebP files.