Elementor continues to develop. This page editor for WordPress is taking a major market for those that look for ease of use and great-looking content. One of my challenges during lockdown was working how to convert sites from previous Gutenberg or WPBakery builder into Elementor Sites. We took the move in January to purchase the agency licence for this plugin and to make it available in our standard hosting packages. This offer was rolled out to all our retained clients and also to those we are supporting within Toastmasters.


We love using gravity form and offer it to all hosted clients, but there are times when it is now needed and the inbuilt Elementor form element works well. It is therefore great news to see them adding multi-page forms.  

We all know that filling out long forms is a turnoff for us and visitors to our sites, and the use of multipage forms does make that experience easier. 

Especially when you save the part enterred data so that you can prompt people to continue. There is a neat addon for gravity forms to capture part collected data by the way. We have not confirm part sent form feature in Elementor yet…