How to show demo wordpress websites like themeforest or elementor library?

Suppose I’ve 10+ WordPress themes to sell, Now I want the user to click on the theme image to open a preview of the theme just like ThemeForest or elementor library. Should I create 10+ directories and install WordPress for each theme?

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Thanks a lot for your response.

display posts on elementor widget

I am trying to display posts in a Elementor widget.selection section of Post type seems on settings but there is no content or else command on page.What is my mistake?

use \Elementor\Controls_Manager;   //paste    /**  * Get All POst Types  * @return array  */     class Elementor_oEmbed_Widget extends \Elementor\Widget_Base {  //paste      public function eael_get_all_types_post()     {         $  posts = get_posts([             'post_type' => 'any',             'post_style' => 'all_types',             'post_status' => 'publish',             'posts_per_page' => '-1',         ]);          if (!empty($  posts)) {             return wp_list_pluck($  posts, 'post_title', 'ID');         }          return [];     }     $  this->add_control(     'post_type',     [         'label' => __('Source', 'plugin-name'),         'type' => Controls_Manager::SELECT,         'options' => get_post_types(['public' => true, 'show_in_nav_menus' => true], 'objects'),            // 'default' => key($  this->post_types),     ] );  $  this->add_control(     'posts_ids',     [         'label' => __('Search & Select', 'plugin-name'),         'type' => Controls_Manager::SELECT2,         //'options' => $  this->eael_get_all_types_post(),         'label_block' => true,         'multiple' => true,         'condition' => [             'post_type' => 'by_id',         ],     ] );    protected function __render_template($  args, $  settings)     {          $  settings = $  this->get_settings_for_display();          $  html = wp_oembed_get($  settings['url']);          echo '<div class="oembed-elementor-widget">';          echo ($  html) ? $  html : $  settings['url'];          echo '</div>';            //paste            $  query = new \WP_Query($  args);         if($  query->have_posts()) {             while ($  query->have_posts()) {                 $  query->the_post();                 get_the_author_meta("display_name");             }          }         else         {echo "<div style=background:red> lsdkjf </div>";} 

Why does using WP_Query inside a shortcode in an elementor page cause the arguments for WP_Query to get malformed?

I am trying to embed a custom WP_Query inside a shortcode I have activated on one of my pages (created in Elementor). I have a Custom Post Type called ‘inspector-profiles’, and for some reason when I add that to my $ args array, it gets either not honored by WP, or it is overwritten by something else.

I cannot see what is causing an overwrite if anything.

The code is this, so far:

private function isInspector() {     if (is_user_logged_in()) {         $  user = wp_get_current_user();         return in_array('general_inspector', (array)$  user->roles);     }     return false; }  public function sc_inspectorProfileData() {     global $  wpdb;     $  user = \wp_get_current_user();       // WP_Query arguments     $  args = array(         'post_type'              => 'inspector-profiles',         'post_status'            => 'publish',         'author'                 => $  user->ID     );       // The Query     echo '<pre>';      $  myq = new \WP_Query( $  args );      print_r($  myq->request);      if ($  myq->have_posts()) {         while ($  myq->have_posts()) {             $  myq->the_post();             print_r($  myq->post);             wp_reset_postdata();             wp_reset_query();         }     }      echo '</pre>'; } 

When I create the arguments for WP_Query above, the $ args array looks fine prior to running the query. When I run the query, I immediately spit out the generated SQL query, and it looks like this:

SELECT SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS wp_posts.ID FROM wp_posts WHERE 1=1 AND wp_posts.post_author IN (1) AND wp_posts.post_type IN ('post', 'page', 'attachment', 'memberpressproduct', 'memberpressgroup', 'mpdl-file', 'ht_kb') AND ((wp_posts.post_status = 'publish')) ORDER BY wp_posts.post_date DESC LIMIT 0, 200

My specified post_type is not even in that list. What am I doing wrong? I have tried using instances of get_posts(), using the WP_Query object, and some stuff that has been deprecated even.

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Adding Custom Post Type Content to Elementor Custom Widget

I created a new Elementor Widget using the documentation provided here:

Creating a New Widget

The widget works fine from the demo for static content. But what I’d like to do is load content from a custom post type, and I can’t find any documentation explaining how to do that. I have a product-menu CPT, and used ACF for the fields. How do I load product-menu, and then have that displayed on the page when I drag and drop the widget?

From the example, the below functions I’m thinking are the ones for loading CPT content. Can someone give me a basic example of connecting CPT to the widget, then have that display on the page? I can figure out all options afterwards. Thanks!

protected function _register_controls() {     $  this->start_controls_section(         'section_content',         [             'label' => __('Content', 'vs-elementor-elements'),         ]     );      $  this->add_control(         'title',         [             'label' => __('Title', 'vs-elementor-elements'),             'type' => Controls_Manager::TEXT,             'default' => __('Title', 'vs-elementor-elements'),         ]     );      $  this->add_control(         'description',         [             'label' => __('Description', 'vs-elementor-elements'),             'type' => Controls_Manager::TEXTAREA,             'default' => __('Description', 'vs-elementor-elements'),         ]     );      $  this->add_control(         'content',         [             'label' => __('Content', 'vs-elementor-elements'),             'type' => Controls_Manager::WYSIWYG,             'default' => __('Content', 'vs-elementor-elements'),         ]     );       $  this->end_controls_section(); }  protected function render() {     $  settings = $  this->get_settings_for_display();      $  this->add_inline_editing_attributes('title', 'none');     $  this->add_inline_editing_attributes('description', 'basic');     $  this->add_inline_editing_attributes('content', 'advanced');     ?>     <h2 <?php echo $  this->get_render_attribute_string('title'); ?>><?php echo $  settings['title']; ?></h2>      <div <?php echo $  this->get_render_attribute_string('description'); ?>><?php echo $  settings['description']; ?></div>      <div <?php echo $  this->get_render_attribute_string('content'); ?>><?php echo $  settings['content']; ?></div>     <?php }  protected function _content_template() {     ?>     <#     view.addInlineEditingAttributes('title', 'none');     view.addInlineEditingAttributes('description', 'basic');     view.addInlineEditingAttributes('content', 'advanced');     #>     <h2 {{{ view.getRenderAttributeString('title') }}}>{{{ settings.title }}}</h2>      <div {{{ view.getRenderAttributeString('description') }}}>{{{ settings.description }}}</div>      <div {{{ view.getRenderAttributeString('content') }}}>{{{ settings.content }}}</div>     <?php } 

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Display current post position in Elementor Posts widget

I’m using Elementor 2.6.8 + Elementor Pro 2.6.2

I’m designing an Archive template to display a list of Custom Post Types filtered by custom taxonomy terms. I’m using Posts Widget from Elementor Pro to do this without a line of code.

Also, thanks to Ele Custom Skin plugin (1.2.0), I can design each post skin in a custom way (hopefully Elementor Pro will provide this in the future)/

Now, I want to display, in each post, the post’s current position in the list (=in the WP loop).

I tried with this code snippet that I added to each post with the ShortCode Widget.

add_shortcode( 'current_post_count', function () {     global $  wp_query;     $  out = $  wp_query->current_post;     return $  out; } ); 

But this always return -1.

I suppose the reason is that, in the context of the Posts Widget, the global $ wp_query is not the one to get the info from. I suppose the widget use another variable. But thenm I don’t know how to achieve this. Maybe if I could get the actual $ query variable in use ? Or maybe use the Query ID parameter offered by the Posts Widget?

I don’t know how to get this to work.

Anything to point me towards the right direction guys? thanks!

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