Creating website without learning how to code, or hiring developer, used to be almost impossible. Nowadays, You can create and customize sites with relative ease using content management systems such as WordPress and the Elementor plugin.
This blog walks you through the process of building a website using Elementor.
Elementor Editor Basics and Customization
1) Install the Elementor Plugin:
Log in to your WordPress Admin backend and let’s install Elementor – hover your mouse on the Plugin section within the menu by the left and click on “Add New” within the flyout menu.
Plugins > Add New > type “Elementor” in the text box and press the enter key to search for the plugin. The result will show “Elementor Page Builder” among other results. > Click on Install Now
If you’re installing the Pro version, you’ll need to hit the Activate License button once you’ve uploaded the plugin. This license number will be available through the account you’ll have made when purchasing the plugin.
2) How to use the Elementor Templates to Create Your Homepage in WordPress:
One of the easiest ways to get up and running with Elementor site builder is to use templates. It gives you access to many functions of the program rather than trying to figure them out on your own.
For the purposes of this tutorial i will create a home page for a small business that is health & Beauty Spa. Ordinarily we’d go to Pages > Add New. We would then enter a title for the new page and begin to edit with Elementor. The template library gives you access to numerous templates. All templates are free in premium version of the Elementor Plugin. Browse for the layout of your choice and click on the “Insert” button.
After click “Add Template” button which is at the right part on the screen to open the Elementor Template Library.
If you now go to Pages you’ll see that we’ve created a draft homepage in just a few clicks. We can customize this
3) Key of Elementor:
Widgets/Elements is a key aspects to working with Elementor. You can see in lots of Widgets in Basic and Elementor pro.
Widgets are basically content blocks; buttons, images, blockquotes, anything you can find in the menu bar as shown previously. Using these Elementor will allow you to build any kind of page you want.