Just view all the pages of your site without leaving Elementor. You can also duplicate any page from one place, edit it, or create a brand new one.
KEY FEATURES IN PRO EDITION
Easy menu of your pages in elementor editor
Get the ability to quickly switch between pages directly in the Elementor editor. Clear menu with page structure and subpages.
Option to view pages or edit directly
For each page, you have the option to view the page or go directly to its editing. Just double click and you are on another page.
Ability to duplicate any ELM page or template
You can duplicate each ELM page and template. Just choose the name, URL address and whether the page has a parent page. Then you can start editing your new page. So easy!
Option to mark pages as favorites
Do you have a large website and do you edit some pages frequently? Mark them as favorites and have quick access to them. Easy and simple.
Possibility to manage pages outside the ELM editor
The plugin is available not only in the Elementor editor. You can also find it directly in wordpress or on the website in logged-in mode. The small icon in the lower left corner does not disturb the view of the page in any way and still gives you wide options for managing the pages
TRY THE FREE VERISON
This version will give you the ability to manage 5 of your website pages. So you can try Page Manager for Elementor risk-free. If you like the plugin, we will be happy to purchase the PRO version, which unlocks the management of all pages and the possibility of duplication directly in wordpress.
Pro versions allow you to manage all the pages and templates of your website. At the same time, you can duplicate anything directly in WordPress. Check out the plugin pages
- WordPress 5.0 or greater
- PHP version 7.0 or greater
- Go to the WordPress Dashboard “Add New Plugin” section.
- Search For “Page Manager for Elementor”.
- Install, then Activate it.
Contributors & Developers
“Page Manager for Elementor” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors