Elementor Fundamental Body Elements

Elementor Fundamental Body Elements

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Building websites using Elementor is easy, underscoring why it's the most famous page builder plugin for WordPress. And just as it's important to understand HTML elements, so it is to learn Elementor fundamental body elements if you want to build websites using this very popular page builder.

If you haven't used Elementor before, you are probably asking yourself whether there is anything like Elementor fundamental body elements. But if you have, you've most likely seen the many predefined widgets you can use to add elements to your webpage.

Let's look at a few of them.

Elementor Fundamental Body Elements - Two Wrapper Divs

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5 Responses

  1. Perhaps you will get to this later in the course, but you say in this chapter: "It is recommended that in your header and footer templates, you have at least one section set to and , respectively."

    My headers usually have multiple sections, for example to display two menus separately or to include a notification bar above the navigation section etc. I'm wondering how to choose which section should be set as header, especially if I have a different header sections for desktop and mobile, with those hidden when not in use. Thanks.

  2. You refer to "elementor test page". Is this something in the included files? Or am I to create something somewhere?

    Please advise what this is referring to.


    1. Greetings Margot!

      Yes, the code you will see if you are using containers will be different than if you are using sections. However for the demo I ask you to recreate in the tutorial, it focuses on the text element, and the markup for that element does not change whether you are using sections or containers.

      I hope this helps!

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