Just a little while ago, the team behind Elementor, one of the best page builders for WordPress out there, released version 2.0 of their amazing product. If you’ve been under a rock and you haven’t heard about Elementor, I think you should really try it out. There’s a free version available. With more than 28 widgets available you can build your pages visually without touching any code. Heck, we’ve been building Elementor landing pages for a while and we love it.
Elementor Pro theme locations.
Elementor Pro 2.0 introduced the notion of “Theme locations” that allows theme developers to create custom locations and edit them with Elementor. It means that you can edit any layout component using Elementor. If you are a theme developer you can learn more about theme locations in this page.
There are 3 types of support for theme locations that themes could provide:
- Unsupported – Themes that don’t support Elementor locations.
- Partial Support – Themes that support only header and footer locations.
- Full Support – Themes that support all core locations.
And guess what. We went ahead and added full support for our most popular themes. Here’s the list:
Are there any other themes that you would like us to provide full support for Elementor theme locations? Just let us know!