• Alan



    I have Elementor setup on a site using Organic Theme’s Swell-lite theme, which includes a page customizer. Both, Elementor and Organic do require that their own template be used for their respective features to work. When editing a page that has the Organic template, Elementor throws this error message:

    “Sorry, the content area was not found in your page.

    You must call ‘the_content’ function in the current template, in order for Elementor to work on this page.”

    This is understandable, of course.

    Q: How do I call ‘the_content’ function on the Organic template?

    Thank you, your help will be greatly appreciated.


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  • LesTexas60


    I’m not familiar with Organic Theme’s Swell-lite theme so I will ask. What does this Theme provide that is missing in Elementor? I’m not pushing Elementor just trying to learn more about alternative themes.

    In response to you question, the page below talks about an issue like yours


    • This reply was modified 5 years ago by LesTexas60.
    Thread Starter Alan


    Hi LesTexas60,

    Basically, the Swell-lite theme has a very well designed layout that is elegant and just good looking. The free ‘lite’ version comes with a basic page layout customizer that allows you to place widgets in various areas. These may include html boxes, content sliders, product features, and the such. Its customization features are a step up from most of the basic themes out there. The pro version contains even more features.

    With that said, I think Elementor does have bigger and better facilities to manipulate the layout and add content features, which provides greater flexibility than Swell-lite. Case in point, the free version of Elementor allows me to create columns on a page and put any type of content within. I can break up the body and footer any way I want. Swell-lite is a bit more limited in this regard.

    I’m working on a site based on the Swell-lite theme right now and would love to use Elementor for several things. Thankfully, while they don’t see eye-to-eye, as it were, they do work together without conflicts. I can work with different pages using their respective templates and everything seems to hold well.

    It would be super awesome if I could get Elementor to work with the Swell-lite template.



    Since I started using Elementor, it seems I can match just about any other theme out there. OceanWP is free and serves as a great compatible base for Elementor. Give it a try and you might be able to get everything out of Elementor and duplicate what you have in your current themes. I was pleasantly surprised as I learned more and more..

    • This reply was modified 5 years ago by LesTexas60.
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