Elementor is a powerful and intuitive page builder that allows you to create stunning websites without any coding knowledge.
However, there may be times when you need to edit the HTML of a particular element on your page.
In this blog post, we’ll explore how to edit HTML in Elementor.
How To Edit HTML In Elementor
When you are working with Elementor, it is better to know the steps on how things work.
Step 1: Add HTML Element
Open the post or page and click on the “Edit with Elementor” button. To add HTML code to your Elementor page, drag and drop the HTML widget from the Editor Panel and paste your code into the text area.
Step 2: Add Code
Step 3: Make Changes To The HTML
You can edit the codes anytime you want. All you need to do is click the html element and change the code.
Step 4: Save Your Changes
Once you have made your changes to the HTML, you need to save them by clicking on the Save button. This will update your element on the canvas to reflect your changes.
What Is Elementor Html Widget Shortcode?
The Elementor page builder plugin offers users the ability to insert custom HTML code into their pages or posts using a shortcode, which can be added to any Elementor widget or block.
This feature enables users to display dynamic content, embed videos or forms, and seamlessly integrate third-party services and scripts into their website design.
You need to install plugins to support the shortcode. Such as- to insert a form in the webpage, you need to install a form plugin. Only then your shortcode will appear.
Editing HTML in Elementor is a straightforward process that can be done in just a few simple steps.
By following these steps, you can make changes to the HTML of your Elementor elements, giving you more control over the appearance and functionality of your website.
So go ahead and give it a try – you’ll be surprised at how easy it is!
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Is The Elementor Html Widget Not Working?
There are several reasons why the Elementor HTML widget may not be working. Such as an outdated version of Elementor or a conflict with other plugins or themes. To troubleshoot the issue, you can try disabling other plugins, updating Elementor to the latest version, or contacting Elementor support for further assistance.