The Ultimate Addons team added a new WooCommerce Mini Cart widget. The Woo – Mini Cart widget allows you to insert a Mini-Cart for your store that can display a summary of cart details in several ways.
Did you know that Instagram has finally released their API, allowing 3rd parties direct integration? The PowerPack team updated their Instagram widget to use the new API.
Templately is a plugin that provides templates, and also allows you to save templates to the Templately cloud and then reuse them on other sites. The Templately team continues to release new template packs, adding ones for photographers, podcasting, and for portfolio sites.
TutorLMS now has a free Elementor addon with 25 widgets for designing your course pages. The plugin allows you to create course templates using Elementor free or Pro.
Responding to Kadence and Blocksy, which support header and footer builders, the Astra team also added their own implementation. I’ve heard that there are still some rough areas when, for example, loading an old starter site. Astra 3 also has some speed improvements on the front-end and when working in the Customizer.
Dynamic Content for Elementor has a dynamic token feature that exposes a large number of variables (or tokens) for use. They recently expanded the documentation of this to include more than 60 examples (and they are adding more). A nice resource if you use this addon.
Elementor announced new pricing plans that go into effect on March 9th. If you already have an active subscription then nothing changes. However, for new purchasers, the current 1,000 site plan at $199 changes to only be 25 sites. They are adding a 100 site plan for $499 and a 1,000 site plan at $999. […]
There are several interesting changes signaled with the release of Elementor 3.1. First, the Elementor team continued their performance initiative by removing more DIVs from the rendered page. That is good news for people who are concerned that the front-end page is too heavy and slow. This version also introduced the notion of “experiments” which […]
Elementor has changed the way that licenses are counted so as to no longer count staging sites. You can use a handful of top level domains or subdomain names without having that site count against your license total. Top level domains, such as *.dev, *.local, *.staging, *.test, *.example, and *.invalid are usually used on your […]