One of the great features of Elementor is the ability to save, export, and import templates. This allows consistent design across sites. And as a developer, it can shortcut the creation process. We can create one design and reuse elements across many sites and projects.
Here’s how to handle Elementor templates: save, export, and import.
How to Save Templates in Elementor
- To save your page as a template, you’ll go to the Elementor panel (on the left).
- Next to the Update button is an up arrow. Click this, and select Save as Template.
- Name the template and save it.
How to Import Templates in Elementor (2 Ways)
There are two ways to import an Elementor template.
- Directly import Elementor template into WordPress.
- Import Elementor template into a page.
Here are the steps for both Elementor template importing methods.
How to Export Templates in Elementor
This is a two-step process.
- To export your template in Elementor, you’ll first need to save it. For help with this, see the top of the tutorial.
- From the WordPress menu, go to Templates > Saved Templates. This tab will list all the saved templates that you created (saved).
- In the Saved Templates tab, select the template you want to export and click Export Template. This will output a JSON file that you can import into another Elementor or WordPress site.
Now you can email or copy the JSON file to replicate the same design on another site.
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How did you make out? Were you able to successfully save, export, and import your Elementor template? Please share any questions and tips in the comments!