Support » Plugin: Flexible Elementor Panel » Feature idea: Widget List Management

  • It’s great to be able to change the order of the widget categories (such as Basic, General, Pro, WordPress and extra plugins) and to minimize all by a right click.

    For a better customization some ideas:

    1. Hiding categories or widget you don’t want to use.
    2. Changing order of widgets within a category.
    3. Sorting widgets alphabetically within category.
    4. Advanced: Creating own categories where you can insert widgets of all other categories.
    5. Advanced: filtering widgets by keywords such as text, image, button, form, social … in accordion view and/or click on topic.
    6. Displaying the widget origin – if you use a lot of plugins with extra Elementor widgets it’s hard to know where the widget comes from. In the panel list these widgets often have symboles or badges, but when you insert it once, you can’t see the origin.

    I hope this may inspire you for future features.

    • This topic was modified 6 months, 4 weeks ago by Fleks.
    • This topic was modified 6 months, 4 weeks ago by Fleks.
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  • Plugin Author WebMat



    I’m so sorry I didn’t answer before.

    These feature is awesome.

    I will working on this, i hopes quickly.

    Thanks you.

    I vote for these ideas!

    1- A place to add custom CSS.
    As a workaround, I added my custom CSS in this file: flexible-elementor-panel-editor.css
    and disabled auto update for the plugin, so they don’t get deleted.

    2- Make it compatible with multisite.
    Currently, if it’s enabled on any site, then it’s enabled on the whole network.

    My purpose is to simplify the UI for clients as much as possible, also white labeling the plugin.

    Plugin Author WebMat


    Hello @azzuwayed

    why do you want custom the css of FEP ?

    Thanks for your participation

    Hello @webmatpro

    No, I want to customize the elementor UI, font size, colors, and hiding bloat…etc.

    I don’t know how to load my custom CSS inside the builder, so I’m using your plugin CSS file 🙂

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