In Elementor Version 2.2 we added a useful design feature to help you clear your pages clutter.
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.
Navigator is particularly useful for long pages or pages with complex multi-layered design, and for elements combining Z-Index, minus margin, position absolute, etc. It allows you to access element handles that may be positioned behind other elements.
You can access Navigator in one of 3 simple ways:
- Right-click any element and then click on Navigator. This will automatically redirect you to the specific element in the navigation tree.
- Click on the elements button in the panel's footer.
- Use the Cmd/Ctrl + I keyboard shortcut.
Note: If user is an Editor and the "Access to edit content only" is checked for the Editor Role in the Role Manager settings, then the Navigator feature will not be available to the user.
Choose an element to edit
Click once on any element to immediately scroll to its Edit panel.
Drag any element up or down and drop before or after any other element.
Right-click an element to enable all of its normal right-click menu options, such as Edit, Duplicate, Copy, Paste, etc.
Hide / Show elements
Click the element’s View button to show or hide the element, enabling you to better focus on design.
Note: This will not affect the front end of your website.
- Double-click the element name. The area will change to a blue highlight, indicating you are in insert/edit mode.
- Type a custom name to help you easily identify the element at a later time.
Collapse/Expand one element
Click an individual element’s arrow button to expand or collapse that element.
Collapse/Expand all elements
Click the up or down arrow button in the upper left of the Navigator panel to expand or collapse all of the elements at one time.
Position Navigator panel
Drag the Navigator panel anywhere on the page
Pin the Navigator panel to the side of the screen by dropping it inside the vertical blue drop zone that appears when the panel is dragged near the right side of the screen.