The PowerPack for Elementor team just announced two exciting new features that will allow you to improve your workflow and help you build better WordPress sites. Meet the new Table of Contents widget and the new Header Footer Builder.
Header Footer Builder
Many popular WordPress themes offer options for customizing header layouts, but sometimes the fixed layout just doesn’t fit the website design. To solve this problem, IdeaBox has added a new header footer layout option to the PowerPack. This feature allows you to easily create custom headers and footers on your Elementor powered sites.
Best of all, this feature is compatible with many popular WP themes such as Astra, Genesis Framework, and Page Builder Framework for example. The latter recently announced footer widgets which can be used without a page builder. They also made some improvements with regard to custom sections.
Table of Contents Widget
If you tend to publish long-form articles on your blog, the new Advanced Table of Contents (TOC) widget for Elementor is the perfect choice for you. It automatically scans the headlines of your web pages and creates a table of contents. Ultimately, it will improve the navigation, readability, and SEO score of your WordPress site.
What’s Coming Next?
They are currently working on a WooCommerce My Account widget. This will allow you to customize your store’s My Account page without using any custom CSS or shortcodes.