By the numbers, Elementor is the most popular WordPress page builder plugin with over five million active users. One of the many things that makes it so successful is that Elementor encourages third-party developers to create extensions for the core Elementor plugin.
In our Master Addons for Elementor review, we’re going to take a look at one of those extensions.
Master Addons adds a number of new options to Elementor, including both new widgets and new features. For example, you’ll be able to use dynamic conditions to control whether or not widgets appear, create mega menus with Elementor, use custom responsive breakpoints, and lots more.
Master Addons comes in both a free and a paid version, so you’ll be able to benefit from this tool no matter what your budget is.
Keep reading for a hands-on look at everything this plugin has to offer…
Master Addons for Elementor
By Rachel Thompson2020-09-23 10:50:12 UTC
It was Freddie Mercury’s fondant icing chin that sent me over the edge.
That and David Bowie’s cake bust, which looked more like a cross between Andrew Lloyd Webber and Ronald McDonald. The first episode of the 11th series of the Great British Bake Off, which aired on Tuesday, sent me into a spiral of uncontrollable laughter, the likes of which I haven’t experienced since before the pandemic.
So, what was so funny, you might well be wondering? Well, where do I begin?
Let’s start with the technical challenge, when the contestants were asked to make pineapple upside-down cakes. Disaster struck when the challenge was over and the bakers began placing their finished cakes on the judging table. Sura was gesticulating wildly in a bid to waft away a fly when Dave was about to set down his bakes. Next thing you know,
You’ve heard about cookies, you know it is important, but…
What is a cookie?
Cookies are (usually) small files with user details that your website uses to identify specific users and to improve their browsing experience. They act as website visitor trackers.
A web server sends cookies to your browser when someone visits your website. The browser stores these messages in a file called cookie.txt. When your visitor requests another page from the same server, their browser sends back the cookies to the server. These cookies contain information about your user’s visit to your webpages and also the data that they share like their location, IP, name and preferences. Cookies help you, the website owner, know more about your visitors’ preferences so that you can show them more of what they like.
Cookies are one
As a business owner, you probably have a lot of ideas on how to make your WordPress site better. The problem is that you may not have the in-house development team or Chief Technology Officer (CTO) needed to oversee and execute the project.
Fortunately, if you work with WPRiders, this isn’t a concern. They provide an outsourced CTO service as part of a monthly WordPress retainer. Unlike hiring a freelancer, this isn’t a one-time interaction. It is an on-going engagement with a highly skilled WordPress team that you can use to take your online platform to the next level.
In this post, we’ll discuss some of the common challenges that come with running a complex WordPress site. Then, we’ll introduce you to WPRiders and the benefits of using their experts for retainer-based work. Let’s get started!
Common Challenges of Running a Complex Business Site
Running a complex website,