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How to Find the AccessAlly Shortcode Generator in Elementor

With Elementor there are two ways to bring in AccessAlly elements to your pages.

Option 1: Using the AccessAlly Widget in Elementor

If you have Elementor installed on your site, load the page builder and locate the AccessAlly widget section:

Elementor AccessAlly Widgets

Drag and drop this into your page builder, then click on the edit icon to select and configure the correct shortcode:

Elementor Changing AccessAlly Widget

Option 2: Use the Shortcode Generator in the WordPress Toolbar

The AccessAlly shortcode generator is available in the WordPress toolbar at the top of your site when using the Classic Editor plugin for WordPress as shown in the image below. The AccessAlly Shortcode Generator is perfect if you’d like to make customizations to your shortcodes or use advanced options.

AccessAlly Shortcode Generator

With the Classic Editor plugin, you can use the dropdown to create AccessAlly shortcodes, then copy the code and paste it into Elementor by opening the Elementor Builder and adding a text widget or HTML widget to the page.

Elementor Shortcode with Text Widget

Preview your page to ensure that the shortcode added is where you’d like it and displays correctly.


You might also want to take a look at our free AccessAlly Elementor templates to help you get your site up and running faster.

Updated on April 22, 2021

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