Hide Header and Footer In Elementor Within ONE minute

Elementor is awesome. That comes from a user has just begun to use the tool. However, when you start creating a page with Elementor, you may see the default header and footer from your theme. In my case, I use twenty seventeen theme and the editor would look like below. As I am going to create a dedicated page, I would like to hide header and footer in Elementor. What can I do about that?

default page template wordpress

Why does this happen?

Elementor uses the default template file from your theme. In the default template file of most themes, there are header and footer. That’s why you will see the header and footer of your theme in Elementor’s editor. If you deactivate Elementor, you would see the page template at the right sidebar:

Now, as you may guess, the solution would be using a different page template that doesn’t contain your theme’s header and footer. That’s what we are going to do.

How to hide header and footer in Elementor

As mentioned above, we need a template file that doesn’t have the theme’s header and footer. If you know a bit of PHP, you can do it easily. However, for people who don’t know code, that would be a difficult task. What we are going to do is simple for everyone. We are going to install a plugin that creates that template for us. The plugin is called Blank Slate.

After installing and activating the plugin, if you go back to edit your page and click on the page template select box, you will see there is a new template file called Blank Slate. That’s what we are going to use. All you need to do next is to click on publish (or save draft) and click on edit with Elementor:

Hide header and footer in Elementor

 

Now, you can see that in Elementor, there isn’t header or footer:

Hide header and footer in Elementor

That’s it! You’ve successfully hidden the header and footer for your Elementor editor. It’s time to create some awesome pages with this page builder. If you enjoy my WordPress tips, don’t forget to share this post.

How To Limit Max Order Quantity In WooCommerce

As a shop owner, you may want to sell as many items as possible. However, there are cases you want to limit the number of items a single customer can purchase. The reasons can vary: maybe you have limited stock, maybe you don’t want a single customer stocks many items and reseller it later with much higher price… Whatever the reason, you will feel the need for a function to set the maximum number of item per product that a single customer can purchase. The good news is, there is a solution for that and it’s totally free.

Meet the plugin that enable max quantity of items that a single customer can purchase PER PRODUCT

Remember, the limit is PER PRODUCT (I’m sorry for the uppercase but this is important). For example, you have leather bag and plastic bag. You can set the quantity limit for leather bag is 2 and plastic bag is 3. So, your customer can order up to 5 items total but she cannot buy more than 2 leather bags or 3 plastic bags.

Now, let’s install this plugin called Woocommerce Max Quantity

Installing the plugin is very straightforward. You can search the plugin by entering its name in Plugins->Add new. You may need to scroll down a bit to see the plugin since at the time of this writing, it stays at the bottom of the first page.

After activation, go to the product you want to set the limit. Click on Inventory tab. You will see there is a new box appears to enable the max quantity. In the example below, a single customer can only purchase 4 fake lamborghini cars from my store:

Set max quantity for single customer on a product
Set max quantity for single customer on a product

Now, update the product and let’s go to the product page and try to order more than 4 items:

Max Quantity order per item Woocommerce

As you can see, the store sends a notice to customer when she tried to order more than the limit.

Conclusion

The plugin does a great job setting the limit for the order per single product. If any improvement needed, I think that’s a function to display the limit right below the order button so the customer can see the limit right before she enters the order quantity.