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.
The Dynamic Content for Elementor plugin added three new widgets. There is now a Dynamic Cookie widget that lets you set or unset a cookie. Cookies are a good tool for keeping track of users and variables and are a way to add application-like features to Elementor websites. The second new widget is an Animated […]
A new version of Dynamic Content for Elementor was just released with the Dynamic Posts v2 widget. Don’t think of this as just a “widget”. It provides very flexible and power ways to display posts, pages, and Custom Post Types. To start with, there are five source options: post type, dynamic depending on context, based […]
Introduction Dynamic Content for Elementor recently added a new feature, a front-end navigator. It allows you to look at the structure of pages created with Elementor. This is a useful debugging and informational tool and works with Elementor and all addon widgets, no matter the vendor. Video Version Enabling and Disabling the Frontend Navigator The […]
Elementor360 is currently running a drawing to promote our newsletter. Five winners will be chosen to win a license of the Dynamic Content for Elementor addon. The Dynamic Content for Elementor addon has a lot of unique and useful functionality. Two lifetime pro and three annual pro licenses are being given away. You can enter […]
I continue to discover new features in the Dynamic Content for Elementor addon. The Views widget acts as a sort of repeater to list content and includes some extra features, such as the ability to enable user filters. It has a number of potential uses and could be a go-to option for displaying content from […]
These days sliders have been replaced with horizontal scrolling. The Dynamic Content for Elementor addon allows you to easily enable horizontal scrolling. This tutorial looks at what to keep in mind when creating content to be used with this feature.
Dynamic Content for Elementor continues it practice of providing unique and useful features with the Advanced Video Controls. This is an extension that allows you to customize Elementor’s video widget. It works with YouTube, Vimeo, and self hosted MP.4 videos. You can use it to hide and customize the look of the video controls.
Imagine you have a website for your walk-in business, say a small sandwich shop. You are closed on Saturdays and Sundays. You can have someone update the website each Friday evening to show a message about being closed and then again on Monday morning to change it back to show you are open. That would […]
I created a tutorial on using Dynamic Content for Elementor (DCE) to extend the functionality of Elementor Pro Forms. DCE adds several form features. In the tutorial I look at dynamic display, conditional email targets, and saving to database with a front-end form.