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Utilizing Dynamic Shortcodes in PDF Generation with Dynamic Content for Elementor
Utilizing Dynamic Shortcodes in PDF Generation with Dynamic Content for Elementor
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Dynamic Content for Elementor enhances the functionality of Elementor by allowing you to generate customizable PDF documents directly from your pages.
From version 3.0 onwards, the integration with Dynamic Shortcodes provides a robust toolset for dynamically populating PDFs with relevant data using PDF Button and PDF Generator.

How Dynamic Shortcodes Enhance PDF Generation

Dynamic Shortcodes enable the inclusion of live, contextual data within your PDFs. You can include any data accessible through Dynamic Shortcodes, such as user details, post information, and custom queries, which are particularly useful for creating personalized and data-driven documents.

Steps to Use Dynamic Shortcodes in PDFs with HTML Converter

  1. Prepare Your Page: Design your HTML page and decide where you want to include dynamic data within your PDF.

  2. Configure PDF Generation: Use the PDF Button or PDF Generator for Elementor Pro Form to set up the action that will trigger the PDF creation. Make sure it's configured to use the HTML Converter, ensuring that both the visual and dynamic content are correctly rendered.

  3. Apply Conditions: If needed, apply conditions within your Dynamic Shortcodes to control what data is included based on the context. Learn more about setting conditions.

  4. Generate and Review: Click on the preview to see how the dynamic data is incorporated. Adjust the shortcodes or layout as necessary to perfect the output.

    You can set Preview Data here

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