Dynamic Visibility lets you decide what will be visible in the frontend, you will exclude visualization for every widget, column, and entire section.
Content is not only hidden but it's removed from the DOM, for a lightweight page and secret information.

Why use Dynamic Visibility?

  • work for a new content block on a page and publish it only when you are done;

  • show temporary content, settings by date or a specific period of time;

  • show content only to specific users, sorting it by their role, meta, or provenience, etc.

Differences between the free and paid version

The free version is available on the WordPress repository and the paid version is included on our Dynamic.ooo - Dynamic Content for Elementor plugin.

The version of Dynamic Visibility included on the paid version permits use of the custom conditions.

Starting Settings

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Triggers

You can enable only the wanted Trigger category, for each selected category will be available a new specific Section configuration block.


Fallback

If the element will be hidden by Dynamic Visibility you can set an alternative content displayed to the user.

You can render alternate content, like a simple message or also a more structured content, you can choose from:

  • a Text, where you can write a piece of simple advice like "You need to be authenticated to see this private contents" or structured block coded in HTML, where you can also insert dynamic contents with Tokens.

  • a Template (not available in the free version) selected from previously created in Elementor Templates with all your widgets and sections in it

Only if the element is a Section you can maintain the original section structure to wrap the fallback content, so section settings like background color, padding, width, and all others, will be preserved.

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