So, while on my learning curve, I decided to create a plugin, get to know Beans more, and perhaps make something helpful...
Coming from Genesis, I always found the Genesis Visual Hooks Guide useful.
I found this in the forum from a while ago:
I do agree with Thierry, this idea is somewhat redundant, everything we need is to be found in the inspector. But since I was already on my journey I completed the plugin. I have however tried to make it complimentary to development mode.
It only displays the possible action hooks that have been created by the HTML API markup, using the data-markup-id. These being:
It adds an admin toolbar dropdown that lets you display the hooks individually, choosing as many as you like. There is also a link to display all of the possible action hooks, which is a bit crazy, there's a lot of them, alongside a link to clear whatever hooks are showing, and a link to enable/disable the plugin functionality.
Plugin Github Link
(need to click on the link, then img icon to display the screenshot.)
I would've used Cloudup, but they are no longer accepting signups, so I had to fallback to my Amazon CloudDrive.
Show hooks selectively https://www.amazon.com/clouddrive/share/plAz21rHHozZ4AjsIxoJqyxA3Rfa71HlDP0tM4yj6Bg
Show All Possible hooks https://www.amazon.com/clouddrive/share/CeexRsCz9b6EsziTyd2IfyuMYHzRy1qktJHW9OFxp6u
All gets a bit crazy and confusing... Soooo many possible hooks https://www.amazon.com/clouddrive/share/ILePrtmxQDNVMdsXiAIFKK6DoOlvgOUBD73Z7MyEWK3
Any and all comments are welcomed.