Tag: Elementor

The Elementor plugin is one of the most popular drag-and-drop page builders in WordPress.

With Elementor, you can editing the site visually. As you make changes, you will simultaneously see exactly how what your design looks like.

Elementor designs are full-responsive and the plugin comes with over 40 powerful widgets.

How to Give Elementor Users Access to One Post

Elementor One Post 1

The Elementor plugin is an excellent good page-builder for WordPress sites. It is also growing very fast, with huge numbers of new downloads every day.

This week, one PublishPress customer asked us if it was possible to allow some WordPress users to edit a single post with Elementor.

Our first thought was “yes, this is easy”. We've done it before many times using this approach, this approach and others.

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PublishPress Authors Has New Profile Screens

Authors Header Profile

PublishPress Authors 3.16 is now available and it has a new feature that many customers have requested. You can now allow users to update their own author profiles.

If a user has an author profile linked to their account, they will now see an “Author Profile” screen in the menu. They can update their profile information here and it will update on the front of your site.

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PublishPress Revisions 3 is Available With a New Workflow

Revisions 3

PublishPress Revisions is the plugin that allows you to safely make changes to WordPress posts.

You can edit a post and submit those changes for feedback and approval, before it goes live on your site. It's also possible to schedule those changes to go live on a future date.

All of these features make PublishPress Revisions a popular choice for WordPress publishers.

However, to realize the full potential of PublishPress Revisions, we've made some big updates to how the plugin works.

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How to Show Gutenberg Blocks in Elementor

Show Gutenberg Block Elementor

Both the Gutenberg Editor and Elementor are excellent ways to build a WordPress website. We recently checked the numbers and found that these are the two fastest growing options for WordPress sites.

However, in most situations, you need to choose either Gutenberg or Elementor. The two systems are not very compatible with each other.

So we considered it a challenge this week when a PublishPress customer asked us if they could use the PublishPress Blocks plugin inside pages built with Elementor. After some research, we found that this is possible. I'm going to show you how to insert any Gutenberg block into Elementor layouts.

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User Permissions for Crocoblock JetEngine

Crocoblock Jetengine

JetEngine is a very ambitious project that attempts to do almost everything for a WordPress website.

JetEngine is available from Crocoblock.com and supports both Gutenberg and Elementor. Their products span everything from Gutenberg blocks and themes to creating post types and options pages. This image below is taken from their website and gives you some idea of all the different features they provide:

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PublishPress Revisions Pro and Elementor

PublishPress Revisions Pro has support for the Elementor plugin.

Here's how to use PublishPress Revisions and Elementor together:

  • Find and a published post or page that was created with Elementor.
  • You will see a “New revision” link
Elementor Revision
Elementor Revision
  • On the next screen, you can click “Edit with Elementor” to make changes.
  • You can use “Submit Revision” in the right sidebar to submit your changes.
Elementor Revision Edit
Elementor Revision Edit
  • In the WordPress admin area, you can go to visit the “Revision Queue” screen and you will see the submitted revision of your Elementor page. It will be waiting for your approval.

Elementor and scheduled revisions

It is possible to schedule content updates to Elementor posts.

  • While updating an post or page created created with Elementor, click “Immediately” in the right sidebar.
  • Choose the new date for these changes to go live.
  • Click the “Update Revision” button.
Elementor Revision Schedule
Elementor Revision Schedule

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How to Control Permissions for the Contact Form 7 Plugin

Contact Form 7 Header

Contact Form 7 is one of the most popular plugins in the WordPress world. However, it is a fairly basic plugin that lacks some key features such as access control.

In this guide, I'll show you how to control access to Contact Form 7 features. We'll use the PublishPress Capabilities plugin. If you want to take this tutorial a step further, check out how to control access to Contact Form 7 admin menus.

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Control Access to Elementor Admin Menus

The Pro version of PublishPress Capabilities allows you to block access to admin menu links in the Elementor plugin. This is useful because Elementor has limited options for managing who can access the admin screens and important features.

The Elementor plugin is one of the most popular drag-and-drop page builders. With Elementor, you’re editing the site live, and simultaneously see exactly how it looks like. Elementor designs are full-responsive and come with over 40 powerful widgets.

When you first install Elementor, you'll see one top-level menu link, plus at least 9 sub-menus:

  • Settings
  • Role Manager
  • Tools
  • System Info
  • Getting Started
  • Get Help
  • Custom Fonts
  • Custom Icons
  • Go Pro
Elementor Menu Links
Elementor Menu Links

It is possible to control who can access these links by using the PublishPress Capabilities Pro plugin.

Admin Menus Woocommerce
Admin Menus Woocommerce
  • In the top-left corner of this screen, choose the role that you want to edit. In the image below, I'm going to restrict Elementor access for the “Administrator” role. If you do this, I would recommend making a copy of the Administrator role so that one role still has full Elementor access.
Administrator Role Menus
Administrator Role Menus
  • Scroll down and you can enter a red X for any Elementor menu link that you don't want users in the Administrator role to access.
  • Click “Save Changes”.
Administrator Role Elementor Menus
Administrator Role Elementor Menus

Now when an Administrator logs in to your site, they will not be able to see the Elementor menu links that you have blocked:

Elementor Resticted Menus
Elementor Restricted Menus

This approach works for the core Elementor plugin and can also be used for add-on plugins such as Essential Addons, Premium Addons, and others.

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How to Control Access to Elementor Templates

Elementor Templates

A few PublishPress users have written to us and asked if it's possible to control who can access Elementor templates.

By default, only users in the “Administrator” role have the ability to create and edit new templates. In this guide, I'll show you how to allow other users to manage templates.

For more control over Elementor, check out this guide on managing access to Elementor admin screens.

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