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.
I created a short tutorial on using the Copy to Clipboard Button widget of the Dynamic Content for Elementor addon. This makes it easy to add copy to clipboard functionality such as you’ve seen on license pages, coupon website, or with code snippets.
I created a tutorial on using the template building features of the Dynamic Content for Elementor (DCE) plugin. The DCE functionality works well and provides some flexibility in designing archive templates that Elementor Pro lacks.
The Pro version of Elementor comes with a Form Builder. It is great for creating basic contact forms or when creating a popup to capture emails for a newsletter. However, the Form Builder lacks some of the more advanced features that users often need. Fortunately, the Dynamic Content for Elementor (DCE) addon fills in the […]
Introduction In the old days, if you wanted a special layout or design for your post content then you needed to create a theme template using PHP. The same was true if you had any custom fields that you wanted to show. Today premium page builders give us the ability to create theme templates with […]
I took a look at the Dynamic Content for Elementor (DCE) Dynamic Token extension. This is one part of a pretty extensive addon pack, but is a central feature that adds dynamic data functionality usable in its own widgets, Elementor free widgets, and even third party widgets. It is a powerful tool, but with some […]