So I needed to create a new page template to allow for the use of the Elementor on the front page. In order to use Elementor, a page template needs to have the following the WordPress function “thecontent; in the page code: I added that section to the top of the page and removed the function from the bottom of the original template. The lightbox feature is turned on by default. You can switch it off by going to its settings, and uncheck the checkbox. From any Elementor page or post, click the hamburger menu in the upper left corner of the Widget Panel, then navigate to Site Settings Settings Lightbox.
In Elementor, select the element which you want to assign an ID or class to, so that a new dashboard on the left will emerge with the element’s settings. In Advanced tab, and in the Advanced section, look for CSS ID option and CSS Classes and write your ID or class name for the element. Design your custom elementor skin for any post types, You can design your elementor loops using dynamic files from WordPress or from Elementor Pro and use in dynamic post listing builder. Make Loop in Elementor Template Compatibility with Elementor Pro Dynamic Values Use for any Custom Post Type. Elementor Template library feature has everything you need to create a fully functional and beautiful website. Flexible & Easy-To-Customize. Designing a website is a challenging task and requires much effort. To cut this time consuming and tedious process, team PowerPack brings you the Template Library for Elementor. Each template is a precise.
Time flies and technology moves rapidly forward! In November, 2015, I wrote a blog post called WP_Query: Show post from a category OR custom field. After that post, I went on to expand that code to create a custom home page where I used 4 custom loops to put the latest post from 4 different post channels on the front page. I had inherited the site from another WordPress developers who chose to define the difference between posts, not by category, but by a meta attribute called channel.
Last week, the account came to me with a request to add an editable section at the top of the page. The section had a specific well defined format that would require, in Boostrap terms, one row with two columns. One column, the image column, is 3/4 of a desktop page width while the other column, the text column is 1/4 of a desktop page width.
That is not an easy thing to do with the standard WordPress Visual Editor. It is easy with Elementor. So I needed to create a new page template to allow for the use of the Elementor on the front page.
Elementor Loop Template Free
In order to use Elementor, a page template needs to have the following the WordPress function “the_content(); in the page code:
I added that section to the top of the page and removed the function from the bottom of the original template. Since those sections were function calls to content templates of the form get_template_part( ‘content’, ‘xys’ ), I had to create one new content template and edit the one that existed.
Then when I uses Edit with Elementor the section and template selector shows up at the top of the page making it dead easy to create the requested edition:
Elementor Product Loop Template
The result is a beautiful page that features an easily user edited content section as well as 4 most recent channel post boxes.