Elementor: New Mega Menu, UI Facelift & Alternate Loop Grid Templates

Elementor has just announced the upcoming version 3.12 of its website builder for WordPress. Highlights of this release include a mega menu, a UI facelift and alternate loop grid templates.

New Mega Menu

With the highly anticipated new Mega Menu, Elementor users will be able to create sophisticated multi-level menus that take advantage of the power of containers. You can easily create expandable menus with any layout within the menu, use any widget, display any type of content within the menu itself, and link to any page.

UI Facelift

Elementor’s interface is gradually being redesigned for a more contemporary look. Nobody likes an outdated UI, right? It will use a new design system with better colour semantics and a new top bar experiment for popular user actions. These adjustments to the Elementor interface will promote best practices for website creation and greatly improve accessibility.

Alternate Loop Grid Templates

Elementor‘s new Loop Grid widget feature opens up a whole new range of design possibilities for the items in your Loop Grid. Now you can create or apply an alternate loop template to any item in your Loop Grid, creating a highly customised look for the post, product or item you are displaying.

New Loop Templates

For the Loop Builder, they have added a total of 10 new loop templates to the growing library, including 6 post templates and 4 product templates.

In other news, the new Elementor hosting plans are currently being offered with a first year discount of up to 33%.


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