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Anastasiia Mykytiuk
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Speed up your work with Load Level Editor

Tired of Elementor loading for ages? Have strict deadlines for your project? We have a solution. Meet the Load Level Editor option by Crocoblock developers! With this unique feature, your Elementor visual page builder will load in the blink of an eye!

Why do I need the Load Level Editor?

When it comes to Elementor editor performance we have to admit that it’s a crucial factor in plugins choice. The more settings they contain, the more influence caused on the visual editor and therefore, increased the server load. With a brand-new control now being available within JetTabs, JetTricks, JetBlocks and JetBlog plugins you get additional opportunity to manage your editor. Are you still in doubt? Here is why you’ll definitely like it:

  1. It speeds up your Elementor editor performance. It saves you lots of time and expedites your widgets customization process.
  2. Load Level Editor allows you to remove all the unnecessary styling options. Just by moving the handle of the slider which accelerates your work respectively. You are the one who decides whether you need some style settings, or you are good to go with the basic ones.
  3. Use CSS to add your own styles without overloading the editor. Another option is to proceed with the Low level, where there are very few settings available, and use CSS code as well. Basically, it can be added on any stage of your editing, by inputting it directly to the customizer in case you use the Elementor free version or to the Advanced tab in a particular widget if you use Elementor Pro.
  4. Load Level Editor is more than easy to use! By moving the slider you select the best suiting option.

Now go ahead and follow the tutorial below which will do you good in terms of optimizing your Elementor editor.

How does it work?
  1. Open your WordPress Dashboard and find the Elementor option in the menu bar on the left.
  2. Hover over it to reveal more options. Let’s look at how it works on the example of JetTabs plugin. So click the JetTabs Settings option.
  3. Now you can see the JetTabs Settings screen with two tabs. Open the General tab and here you can notice the Load Level Editor slider.
  1. If you move the handle to the right or to the left you will see how the value changes. There are five options available – None, Low, Medium, Advanced and Full. Let’s see at each of them.
  2. If you move the handle to the very left, you’ll see the None value which means the Style tab has disappeared from Elementor at all and it works at its fastest speed.
  1. Move the handle a little bit to the right to enable the Low option. Click the Save button and go to the page where you have a let’s say Tabs widget displayed.
    • Now you can see the Style tabs with some of the options, such as Background Type in the General accordion block;
    • Background Type and Border Type in the Tabs Control accordion block;
    • Text Color, Icon Color, Border Type and Background Type in the Tabs Control Item accordion block;
    • Text Color, Background Type and Border Type in the Tabs Content accordion block.
    • The Padding option has been added to both General and Tabs Control accordion blocks.
    • The Icon Margin, Icon Position, Typography, Icon Size</strong and <strongPadding</strong options have been added to the
    • And the last accordion block is Tabs Content where you can notice two additional options – Typography and Padding.

Pay attention that now Elementor works slowlier.

  1. Go back to the Load Level Editor option and move the handle even more to the right to enable the Advanced option.
    • Now the Margin option has been added to the General, Tabs Control and Tabs Control Item accordion blocks;
    • and the Border Radius option has been added to the Tabs Control, Tabs Control Item and Tabs Content accordion blocks.
    • the Border Type, Border Radius and Box Shadow options have been added to the General accordion block;
    • the Tabs Alignment and Box Shadow options have been added to the Tabs Control accordion block;
    • the Image Width, Image Margin and Box Shadow options have been added to the Tabs Control Item accordion block;
    • the Box Shadow option has been added to the Tabs Content accordion block.

Now Elementor works at its slowest speed. Pay attention if you have styled the widget on Full and then changed the value to the Advanced or less, your adjustments will disappear. However, once you move the handle back to the Full value, your style adjustments will be back the way they were before.

What plugins can I use it with?

The Load Level Editor has been added to such plugins as JetTabs, JetBlog, JetBlocks and JetTricks. If you want to learn more about this feature, please, read our tutorials:

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