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  1. From watching the basic how to incorporate Envato Elements into WordPress Elementor, initially I got quite vexed because I didn’t recall correct steps of processing. Well after battling with myself and watching your video ONCE more, I’ve conquered how to go back and forth adding pages after adding template, going back to library, finally publishing. The only quite frustrating thing was creating a navigation bar. So I made my own buttons, created as a template, added to top of page, and each page I added the links. Hats off to your tutorial…I’m liking Envato Elements (freebie)…now I think I’ll become a monthly subscriber next month. Thanks Carlos…Here’s my first stumbling b4 watching your video again, https://chiropractor-demo.creativedivawebdesigns.com BUT FINALLY after beating myself over the cyber-brain over and over again, the grand finale: http://www.dc.jss.creativedivawebdesigns.com/

    1. Hi Creative Diva, I’m glad one of my videos have helped you. The Envato Elements Plugin for WordPress it is really good to improve the design of a site. Yes, I understand what your problem might have been, Elementor requires time to get fully proficient. Ferdy has good tutorials about Elementor. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpkfpfGe2ZC3AIQ69ERCJw

      And related to Envato Elements subscription, you get the envato elements pro templates, and well you can add easily images from their stock footage through the plugin without the need of leaving WordPress. I will keep trying to do more videos about Envato Elements Plugin to make it as clear as possible. 🙂

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