Elementor is the leading WordPress ‘drag & drop’ block editor and their Pro version is available on every site in our Network. We are going to walk through some of the most useful how-to pages in the Elementor Help Center, but feel free to explore other articles. One of the reasons they are the leading editor is that their Help Center has an answer to pretty much any question!
How to create a new page and open it in Elementor
A quick reference about creating a new WordPress page on your site and opening it in the Elementor editor:
Edit the page
This is an in depth explanation of how to build a page in Elementor. Any questions you may have regarding basic page building will be in this article:
Elementor pages have a nesting structure. Sections are the outermost block structure, Columns divide up Sections, and Widgets can be placed in the columns. You change these structures through their editing Handles.
Once a Widget, Column or Section has been added to the page, an editing options window will open in the left hand menu that offers a lot of customizations options. These pages help explain what many of those options do.
View how responsive pages are – as you build!
Learn how to monitor how the page you are building looks like multiple views and make structure decisions based on those various views, right from within the Elementor editor,
One of the very helpful things offered by Elementor Pro is use of template blocks and pages that can serve as inspiration or structure for your page. You can customize them, remove sections, add widgets, the possibilities are endless. Think of the templates as a jumping off point that can save you effort and time.
Watch this hugely helpful video, that explains the template library but also how to save a page you’ve built to your library so you can use it again on another page in the future.
Done Building? Publish, Save as a Draft
Depending on where you’ve gotten to with your page, you may want to pursue one of the two options below:
Have a different or more specific question than what we have addressed here? We encourage you to type the keyword of what you would like help with into the Elementor Help Center – they probably have the answer!
Questions or suggestions? Contact: email@example.com