Elementor Drop Down Content Switcher

Elementor Drop Down Content Switcher

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In this tutorial you are going to learn how to add an Elementor drop down menu that will act as a content switcher.

See a demo here:

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Features:

  • Have as many drop down options & related content as you want
  • No templates shortcodes needed. Everything is on the page
  • Content showing up is a container, with its content
  • Made with the new Containers

Let's get started!

First, recreate that simple structure in your Elementor page

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9 Responses

      1. Hey Matt!

        Glad you managed to get this working. Let me know if there is anything! Cheers!

  1. Thank you for this tutorial! It took me a few tries - I would probably adjust this step:

    In the container that I named Heading & Form, you will want your heading and form element, placed inline.

    to say:

    In the container that I named Heading & Form, place a heading as well as an Elementor form, placed inline.

    Just because I was like "wait, what form?" until a bit of trial and error.

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