Sometimes you just need to add a button or two or three in the text field of your widget, module...etc. We're going to show you how to easily do this in most text fields. We say most, because the text field has to accept HTML. Most widgets, modules, etc by most page builders (Elementor, Divi, Beaver Builder, WP Bakery..and so) allow HTML.
This tutorial shows you have to easily change the default Divi "back to top" button style to something more unique and with some neat animation added to it.
Hi There! is a child theme made specifically for the Hello Elementor theme. It adds customizations beyond what that theme offers while keeping it light and quick.
The Child Theme Editor Plugin is a simple and lightweight plugin that allows you to add your own custom CSS and/or PHP code while using a premium child theme. Since most premium child themes provide updates, this ensures that your custom code is not overwritten should you update your child theme.
Sugar Calendar is a powerful yet simple events calendar that's a relative unknown in the WordPress realm. It has the potential to be one of the best, if not the best, events calendar plugin ever.
WPForms is an amazing form builder for WordPress. You can quickly and easily build just about any kind of form you want within minutes. There's a flip side to this though.... while they've definitely made it the best out there, they forms often look pretty generic with how they are styled by default. Thankfully you can change all that!
Recently three amazing Project/Client Management SaaS (Clinked, Plutio, and Swell) were offered as an LTD (Lifetime Deal) on Appsumo and SaaS Mantra.We decided to take a look at them to see how they compared, what the weaknesses and strong suits were, and which one we feel was the best all around. Even if you don’t necessarily have clients, you can still use them for project management.
This is an Elementor Popup triggered by Text.