In this tutorial, I will show you how to add a search field to the Elementor toggle element, so that you can create amazing UX for Frequently Asked Questions pages.
Of course, it also works for any other page where there is a lot of information, and where the users would benefit from it being searchable.
See the demo here:
New! now supports multiple toggle elements on the same page (and quick search buttons)
- Great UX: Make it easy for your users to find what they are looking for
- Fast result preview: Mark up queried words in the toggle's content
- Get the relevant results first: Automatically sorts the toggles by the amount of matches with the search query
- Load More feature: Avoid having your page too busy, and have a 'load more' button instead (optional)
- Style it your way: Style the search field as you wish, with simple CSS
- Native Elementor, when possible: The 'load more' button and the 'showing xx out of xx' text are Elementor elements, so no custom CSS is needed to style them
- Customizable texts: Change the texts to what you want
- Quick fill buttons: Make it very easy for your users to know what to search for by providing shortcuts to specific relevant keywords
- Works with the Elementor toggle element
- Works with multiple toggle Elements on the same page, with Schema! The schema from all the toggle elements is merged into a single Schema object to be compatible with Google's requirements
- Simple to create: copy paste the template directly in thanks to the new Paste from another site feature
Let's get started!