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.
This tutorial answered the common question of what to configure in the theme and what to configure in Elementor when starting a new site building project.
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.
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 […]
Filters are often added to WooCommerce listings, but the Crocoblock JetSmartFilters plugin can be used stand-alone with the Elementor Pro Posts widget. This tutorial provides a walk-through using the News Page on the Elementor360 website.
The Elementor team has been releasing design kits that have all of the standard pages that you would use for a website. Elementor Pro has the theme building feature. This video shows you how to turn a design kit into a theme. The tutorial is easy to follow and worth a watch.
The Elementor Blocks for Gutenberg plugin is free and is available in the WordPress plugin directory. This tutorial shows how to use saved Elementor templates in the Gutenberg editor together with some examples showing why you might want to do so.