Latest Elementor News

Crocoblock has just added JetAppointment, a time-slot based booking feature.  JetAppointment includes WooCommerce integration and works in conjunction with JetEngine to link it up to a post type for saving the entries.

Version 1.22.0 of the Ultimate Addons for Elementor plugin added a new FAQ widget for question and answer style content.  There is the option to display FAQs either as an accordion or in a grid.  There is also the option to turn on schema support and schema will be automatically fetched from the content and included for search engines.

The Element Pro Pack addon version 4.5 added eight new widgets.  Reading Progress, Google Reviews, and Fancy Tabs among others.  This brings the addon up to 139 widgets and 10 extensions.

Crocoblock continues to improve.  JetEngine 2.2 adds a User Profile Builder.  You can create an Account page, add single user and all users pages, hide the admin bar and more. Another feature of 2.2 is the addition of a Gutenberg listing grid.

The highlight of the new Elementor beta is the introduction of global Theme Styles.  This is a feature that users have requested for a long time and it finally lands.  Elementor already has the option for fonts and colors, but themes typically add styling for a number of common elements such as forms, buttons, images, and other elements. You can now set these styles in Elementor and remove the reliance on the theme and the Customizer.

The beta also sees the extension of the Lightbox feature. Lightboxes will be able to have titles, description, zoom, share, and full screen mode, along with more styling options.   Another set of featured added to the beta relate to links.  We will have the ability to set any allowed link target (not just open in a new tab), set the title attribute, and document relation settings using the “rel” attribute used for search engines.

Global Theme Styles is something that I was expecting for Elementor 3.  This makes me wonder what large feature the team will add for version 3?

The Elementor team added its 6th template kit.  These template kits are full site designs. This kit is geared towards magazine layouts.  Magazine layouts make sense when you have a lot of different types of content and want to make it easier to find.  This template kit has a focus on navigation options and includes the use of the new Table of Contents widget and related content sections.

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