If you have just went through Elementor Backend Settings Explained in 3 minutes, then you are ready to start designing web pages in Elementor! If you haven’t gone through the previous tutorial I highly recommend checking the Elementor Backend Settings blog post before going over this tutorial.
There are 3 ways to access the Elementor builder from the WordPress dashboard and I have listed them out below.
The Top WordPress Navigation
After logging into your WordPress site’s backend, simply go to the top navigation menu and click edit with Elementor. If you are utilizing Elementor’s theme builder to design site headers, footers, or single-page templates, you will find easy access to edit those templates here as well.
The WordPress Page’s Settings
When you are in your page’s settings, simply click the blue ” Edit with Elementor” button.
The WordPress Pages Area
Another way to access the Elementor page builder is by clicking the “Edit with Elementor” button under the page you want to edit in the WordPress Pages Area. Just simply click on “Pages in the left side menu in WordPress. Once in the “Pages Area”, hover over the page you want to edit, and if you can edit
Now that you have access to the Elementor Page builder, let’s Learn About the Elementor Control Panel.