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How To Edit WordPress Pages using Elementor

Written by:
Mohammed Wasim Akram
First Published on:
December 7, 2018
Last Updated on:
June 21, 2021
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Elementor is my favorite and one of the best page builders for the wordpress platform, as it has endless possibilities in terms of features and functionalities.

In this article, I am going to teach you how to edit and work on a page that is created using the Elementor page builder.

Start Editing The Elementor Page

There are three ways to start editing any Elementor page, which you can find in the below screenshots.

The best way to start editing an elementor is from the front end of the page.

1. On the top bar of the page, you can see an option called Edit with Elementor, you need to hit that button to start editing the page created by the Elementor.

Edit And Work On WordPress Elementor Pages

2. Also, you can start editing an Elementor page from the wordpress dashboard.

To do that go to the page section then head over your mouse over the page which you want to edit, as soon as you keep your mouse on that, an option named Edit with Elementor will appear.

You can hit the link option to start editing your Elementor page.

How To Edit WordPress Pages using Elementor | SyncWin

3. The last option to start editing the Elementor page is from the page page editing section.

If you have skipped the above two options then you can you can use this option to start editing the page.

To proceed just go to the page editing window from anywhere you want and the there you just need to hit the Edit with Elementor button to start editing an Elementor page.

Edit And Work On WordPress Elementor Pages

Edit The Text Of Elementor Page

To edit any text section of an Elementor Page you just need to click over the text block.

Which can be a heading, subheading or any paragraph.

Edit And Work On WordPress Elementor Pages

As soon as you click over the text that you want to edit on an Elementor page, a text editor will appear on the left side of the page.

Which you can use to edit the text, add a link to the text, include a HTML tag and set up the alignment as you can see in the below screenshot.

Edit And Work On WordPress Elementor Pages

Change The Image Of Elementor Page

To change or replace the image on the Elementor page you need to click over the image that you want to change.

How To Edit WordPress Pages using Elementor | SyncWin

As soon as you click over the image that you want to change an image editor will appear on the left side of the page.

Where you can find many options, such as change the image, change the image size, set up the alignment, add a caption and add a link to that image.

Edit And Work On WordPress Elementor Pages

A Few Things To Keep In Mind

After editing or making any changes on the page don't forget to hit the update button at the below of left editor section.

Whenever you want to edit a text or an image only click on that text or image and don't forget to check that on the left section content tab is selected.

Other than content tab there are more two tabs available, one is style and other is advanced.

It is my suggestion to only use the content tab and not to mess with the style and advanced tabs if you don't have an in-depth knowledge about the Elementor.

Conclusion

Using Elementor page builder is not that complicated as like other page builders because it has the live page editing option.

The best part of this is that you can immediately see the changes you made in a live view.

If you have any confusion or question regarding this article then feel free to share your feedback in the comment section below.

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