Support » Plugin: Essential Addons for Elementor » Very poor code

  • Bathead

    (@bathead)


    This is very annoying. A lot of functions doesn’t work, code is poor I ever seen. I’m not sure how they maintain this. Don’t recommend to install and buy PRO

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  • Plugin Support rafinkhan

    (@rafinkhan)

    Hi @bathead,

    Sorry to hear that but which functions don’t actually work? Can you be more specific?

    We wouldn’t have 1 Million+ Active users with over 2100+ 5 Star reviews if the code structure wasn’t top-notch.

    Besides, have you contacted support before leaving this unfair review here?

    Looking forward to hearing back from you soon 🙂

    Thank you!

    Thread Starter Bathead

    (@bathead)

    We wouldn’t have 1 Million+ Active users with over 2100+ 5 Star reviews if the code structure wasn’t top-notch.

    Millions of flies can’t be wrong, right?

    Here’s a single file – https://www.dropbox.com/s/xkp0783fahtes6i/Screenshot%206-30-21%20at%2017.05.42.png?dl=0&capture=true

    I’m not sure how your “WP rockstars” can even fix bugs there. Everything is hardcoded, nothing can be changed. Post grid is hardcoded and can’t be changed, markup is bad, I need to write custom CSS to make it works.

    Thread Starter Bathead

    (@bathead)

    Everything looks like spaghetti code, HTML+PHP+CSS in single file. That’s annoying for that “top-notch” product. That’s why I was surprised.

    Plugin Support rafinkhan

    (@rafinkhan)

    Hi @bathead,

    I hope you are doing well. Thanks for getting back to us.

    Regarding your screenshot, we used that condition since we had an issue in Post Grid related to Post number 9. Hence, the condition was used to prevent that.

    We have added few layouts in Post Grid, have you tried that out?

    Besides, if you want to add your own template, you can actually do that from your Child theme as well.

    To do that, create a folder called ‘Template‘ if there’s not any inside your Child Theme. Afterward, create another folder called ‘Post-Grid‘ and inside that create a PHP file which will be your layout.

    Thank you!

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