In order to help improve the Elementor UI, we are redesigning a number of elements. The first round of these changes is available as an experimental feature called Editor Top Bar.
These first changes mostly involve moving controls from the bottom of the panel to a top tool bar.
These relocated controls going from left to right are:
The Elementor logo:
Gives you quick access to:
The Theme Builder where you can access the different site parts.
The History menu – see changes you’ve made to the page with a chance to undo them.
User Preferences – set your personal preferences for the Elementor Editor
A list of keyboard shortcuts.
Manage Website – exit to the WordPress dashboard.
Click for access to all the elements you can add to a page.
Make changes that will be applied to all your site’s pages and posts.
Opens up the Navigator which allows you to easily find your way among the page’s elements.
The Page Name
The Page Name
Click the page name to open a dropdown giving you quick access to the five most recently edited pages or site parts.
Make changes that affect this page.
Switch between viewing the page as it would appear on a PC, tablet or mobile. If you add additional breakpoints, they will appear here as well.
Quickly locate or create pages, posts and templates.
Quick link to the Elementor Help Center.
View your page as visitors to your site would see it.
Click to take your page live.
Select Publish options
Publish the page to your live site, save the page as a draft, save the page as a template, or set display conditions (for site parts only).