Learn how to install, configure and use Ecomly
Elementor is a visual website builder plugin for WordPress enabling the creation of web pages in a live, visual way.
Please refer to this article https://elementor.com/help/build-your-first-page/
Templates are pre-designed Pages & Blocks that can be inserted into any page with just one click.
After you’re done designing your page, you can Preview it and Publish it.
Go to the bottom panel:
In Elementor you can edit a Published page and save your work as Draft. That means that you will not ruin your published page while saving your work as Draft.
Many editable features have a Mobile, Tablet, and Desktop settings. The most common uses include: Text size, Margin and Padding of elements etc.
Background images in Elementor are automatically device-responsive, but you also have control over more options for each device.
You can choose to Show / Hide a Section according to the device.
When hiding an element, and switching to the view it’s hidden on, you will see that this element is “muted”. This gives you a clear indication that this element will be hidden on the live site, but still enables you to edit it as needed.
You can edit that specific area in the responsive mode in which it is not hidden. For example, if the element is visible on mobile but hidden on desktop and tablet, you will be able to edit the element in the mobile view.
You can set the mobile and tablet breakpoint values.
This feature reverses the ordering of columns.
To use Columns Ordering go to Section Setting > Advanced > Responsive > Reverse Columns and set it to Yes.
Switch between device views by clicking on the responsive editing icon on the bottom of the panel. The device previews will be located at the top of the editor.
Sections can be manipulated and styled either via the options in the Elementor Panel on the left or by right-clicking the Section handle and choosing from the context menu that pops up.
If you wish to duplicate a section, right-click a section handle and choose Duplicate from the context menu. You can also copy and paste a section elsewhere using Copy and Paste options here, or you can copy and paste only the style (without the content) from one section to another. Click Save as Template to save the section as a template that can be inserted anywhere later. Clicking Navigator here will open the Navigator already set to that particular section. And of course, clicking Delete here will delete the section.
For more help please visit https://elementor.com/help/section-overview/
Columns can be manipulated and styled either via the options in the Elementor Panel on the left or by right-clicking the Column handle and choosing from the context menu that pops up.
For more help please visit https://elementor.com/help/column-overview/