Meet Right Click
Starting from Elementor Version 2.1, we transferred all of our editing controls to a new context menu, that appears when you Right Click a Page/Section/Column/Widget handle.
Note: To access the browser’s original right-click functionality click CTRL/CMD + Right Click.
When you Right Click you’ll find the Copy and Paste functions. There are three different types of Copy/Paste:
Copy/Paste Elements - Now you can simply Copy an element (Widget, Column or Section) and Paste it anywhere on the page. When pasting on top of an element, the pasted element will be placed below it.
Tip: Use the shortcut CTRL/CMD + C, and then CTRL/CMD + V, to copy and paste elements.
Copy/Paste Element Style - With Paste Style, you can paste the style of any element you copy (Widget, Column or Section), then apply it on any other Widget, Column or Section.
Copy/Paste Between Pages - Copy Paste and Copy Style actually work between pages! You can Copy any Widget, Column or Section, and Paste it on a different page on your site.
Reset Style - You can easily return to the default style settings of every element by right clicking and choosing Reset Style.
Navigator is a navigation tree panel providing easy access to every element on the editor with just one click. Navigator enables the user to drag elements throughout the page and edit them, quickly and easily. Click to learn more
Right Click - Page Level
Right Click anywhere on the drop area, will get you these Page level options:
- Copy All Content - You can copy the entire page content and paste it to a different page.
- Delete All Content - The ‘Delete All Content’ option moved into the Page Level Right Click.
Right Click on Mac
- Go to the settings of the mouse
- Modify the right click option and choose "Secondary click"
Tip: If the secondary click solution doesn't work, you can always click to "Show Handles" in the Elementor Preferences. Simply edit any page with Elementor, click the Hamburger menu in the upper left corner of the Widget Panel, click Preferences, and set Editing Handles to Yes.