Here you can find all of your informations about the plugin
If you have trouble with understanding what all of our stuff means, we have it quickly explained here. If you scroll down a bit, you’ll find another screenshot wich goes detailed into our settings area.
1. The plugin settings
This is our button to activate the plugin settings. If you want to read more about it, scroll down the page or Click here.
2. Free element
That’s the look of a free element. You can just click on Install to install it. If you want to read more about how to use elements, Click here.
3. Premium element
A premium element looks just slightly different to a normal one. You can either install it (if you have already registered your license) or buy it. If you want to know more about installing elements, Click here.
4. Filter Section
To find new, cool elements, you can easily filter by type, by Author or you can even search for a specific one via the search bar. After you have configured your filter, just click on Search.
5. Select a pagebuilder
On top of the normal filter possibility, we are providing the elements based on your chosen pagebuilders. In the list you see all your active ones. If you want to include another pagebuilder, jsut go to the settings section and activate it.
At the bottom of the page you can see our news section with important links, as well as new informations about our plugin and much more.
The settings section
This is the part where you can find the important configurations about our plugin. Each of the settings is explained under the image.
If you already have a license key, you can include it here. We are also providing a popup for including the license if you click on a premium element you haven’t purchased yet. If you want to read more about licensing, Click here.
Disable instant element activation
By default our plugin automatically activates an extension after you have installed it. If you want to remove this functionality, you can check the specified box. After you checked it, the element just gets installed, but remains on inactive until you manually activate it.
Disable ssl verification
If you are using this plugin on a local system and you have problems with our api ssl structure, you can easily deactivate the ssl verification. IMPORTANT: You should just use this option if you know what you are doing.
Remove plugin data after deactivation
Sometimes it happens, that you have to uninstall something completely, because you faced an issue or you are not satisfied enough with the product. If you are really not satisfied with our plugin, we’d love to help you setting the things up properly. For removing it, you can easily check this button and it will delete all the installed elements, as well as the settings. IMPORTANT: Please make sure that you really want to remove anything, because after you have deactivated it with this setting on true, your data is gone.
If you want to change the currently used builders, you can do that here. Activating or deactivating a builder means, that you just load the specified one in your frontend view. Tipp: For getting the best out of the performance, just activate the one you need.