• It mostly works, but a number of the shortcode parameters don’t (for me, working in Elementor, I don’t know if that makes a difference?) — I had to ‘hide’ things using css. it also displays (or rather doesn’t) in a really annoying way when embedded in an Elementor shortcode widget.

    I also noticed some of the plugin css uses !important (e.g. for typography) making it harder to override. As someone needing to integrate look and feel closely into site design, this plugin is better than many but, for me, not good or flexible enough to use on production sites.

    If your needs are quite generic and you just need top get something up and running quickly and easily, I’d recommend it though – I may still use it myself for anyone who needs a low-budget blog or something – hence three stars not one 🙂

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