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Condition the display of your sections and widgets on various scenarios such as current page, current archive, authentication status, browser & operating system, date and time of day and much more.
Available conditions for elements
- Login Status: Visitor is either logged in or not.
- User Role: Condition on current user role. This assumes the visitor is logged in.
- Operating System: Show or hide depending on the visitor’s operating system
- Browser: Provides a list of browsers to condition the display of the element on.
- Current Date: Only show the element before or after a certain date. Multiple dates can be specified.
- Time of Day: Only show the element before or after a certain time of day. Multiple times can be specified.
- NEW — Day of Week: Show or hide content based on what day of the week it is
- Page: Current page is or of the selected pages.
- Static Page: Current page is a 404 page, default homepage, static homepage or a blog page.
- Post Type: Current page is a singular of one of the specified post types.
- Taxonomy: Current archive is a taxonomy archive of the specified taxonomies.
- Term: Current archive is a taxonomy term archive.
- Post Type: One or multiple custom post type archives.
- Date: Current archive is a date archive. Allows to specified further if it’s a day, month or year archive.
- Author: Current archive is an archive that displays author posts. You can restrict to one or more authors.
- Search: Current archive is a search results page. You can restrict the display to certain keywords.
Display Conditions can be used to minimise the number of templates you need to build in Elementor. For example if you have a sidebar for posts and a sidebar for pages, you can use the same template for both post types and simply hide from posts the elements that should appear only on pages.