Today, it is hard to find someone who is not aware of page builders and how to utilize them. They make to process of adding content to your website very easy, but not only that. Page builders allow creating entire website and boost their functionality with elementor add-ons.

The same applies to the Elementor page builder and the CrocoBlock service available for subscription. When combined, they let you create page templates, Mega Menus, theme parts, and single WooCommerce pages. With this combination, you won’t write a single line of code while building a powerful and functional website.

With CrocoBlock you get everything you need to get a completely new website that has various skins, features, and a Jet plugins kit compatible with Elementor.

CrocoBlock subscription includes:

  • a set of 10 Jet plugins for Elementor;
  • 1000+ premade templates for sections and pages;
  • 30 skins on various topics;
  • clean and free Kava theme;
  • weekly updates for the integrated products;
  • premium 24/7 support.

Even though these are common features, they have already impressed many users. Surely, it’s better to demonstrate the use of the service on actual cases. So, let’s take a closer look at the steps of website creation and explore the Crocoblock functionality.

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Top Elementor Add-Ons step-by-step guide to CrocoBlock
Top Elementor Add-Ons step-by-step guide to CrocoBlock


Step 1. Installation

Once WordPress is active, you can go to Admin panel which lets you easily install any themes, skins, and plugins without FTP connection or a cPanel required.

You can get access CrocoBlock products from your client’s account in the Downloads section. Here you may also choose the quick pack or download and activate the products separately.

Separate installation works best with WordPress. Those who are not sure which plugins are required for their projects normally go for Super Easy Installation Pack. It contains the JetThemeWizard plugin to set up the Kava theme, Jet Elementor add-ons, and the skin you’ve chosen for your website.

Prior to activating CrocoBlock products via JetThemeWizard, you have to set it up as a plugin. It will take you through the whole installation process in a few minutes. When installed, CrocoBlock will appear in your WP dashboard and give you the access to:

  • license key;
  • the whole set of Jet plugins and skins;
  • Kava theme. It can be backuped and upgraded right from the dashboard;
  • location relations settings;
  • documentation etc.

CrocoBlock dashboard functionality allows changing the present skin, enable, turn off or upgrade plugins, sync the templates library, and much more.

If you want to implement the skins or premade sections with one plugin, feel free to get the JetThemeCore plugin. It will apply CrocoBlock to admin panel, add skins, premade pages, sections, headers and footers, etc.

Top Elementor Add-Ons step-by-step guide to CrocoBlock
Top Elementor Add-Ons step-by-step guide to CrocoBlock


Step 2. Use Headers, Footers, and Pre-Styled Sections

As you might have understood, JetThemeCore lets you work with headers and footers. When one of CrocoBlock skins is installed, the matching header and footer are automatically applied to all the pages of a particular topic. Yet, you still can attach various header and footer layouts to some of the pages or create new ones if needed.

To get to the header and footer layouts, go to CrocoBlock > My Library, choose Header or Footer block, and hit ‘Add New’ button. As an alternative, choose the existing header or footer and start editing it by pressing ‘Edit with Elementor’.

Using JetThemeCore plugin, except for default Add New Section and Add Template buttons, you will also see Magic Button. You may click it if you want to get header and footer designs, pre-styled sections library, or a collection of elegant pages on various topics.

Choose the necessary template, then insert it. Now you are able to change the style, add or remove columns, put content widgets into specific layouts ditto you are doing with the other Elementor templates.

Once the template is ready, push ‘Save’ or ‘Update’ button and open up Settings > Conditions block where you can choose preferred condition for your newborn template.

Step 3. How to Create a Mega Menu

Thanks to a Mega Menu, your website becomes more beautiful. Meanwhile, you are able to easily add more content to the menu elements when you do not need the whole page for presenting the information.

Rather than creating a separate Contact page, you may put contact information and form to the Mega Menu so that the data is presented under the Contacts menu.

You may wonder what you need for a Mega Menu. CrocoBlock subscription service features a specific plugin for this purpose. It is called JetMenu. If need a Mega Menu on the Elementor-built header, use a Mega Menu widget. It is divided into Vertical and Horizontal widgets depending on what kind of menu you want to create. Put the necessary widget to the column where you want the menu to be located, choose one of the menus that needs to be shown off and apply changes to the style settings.

In case you want to implement a Mega Menu for a separate item, go Appearance > Menus and pick the item you want to attach a Mega Menu to. Find the JetMenu option and click on it to access the item parameters. Turn on the Menu Submenu option and push ‘Edit Mega Menu Item Content’ button to access Mega Menu editor.

Using the editor you are able to apply any content and set it into any structure you prefer making use of the columns, sections, and a pack of Elementor widgets. Once done, save the changes to be able to see the content hovering on the menu item.

Step 4. How to Work with Custom Post Types

There are specific ecommerce projects that demand different types of posts, pages, and products. You may need to launch a portfolio with numerous items and sophisticated categories to filter them. If so, try JetEngine plugin included in CrocoBlock package as well. Same as with the rest of the plugins, you need to download and activate it before it appears on the WP Dashboard.

If you want to apply a brand new post type, go to JetEngine > Post types and insert the requested information:

  • custom post title and slug;
  • labels you want to use for it;
  • icon indicating it on Dashboard;
  • hierarchy and other settings;
  • Editor, Title field, Thumbnails, Revisions compatibility, etc.

Besides, you can also add more custom fields for metadata, create repeaters, and apply media.

Once the new post type is added, it will be displayed on the WordPress dashboard. Moreover, you will be able to apply new posts of this type.

JetEngine plugin lets you work with custom classifications and create templates for new posts and layouts via the Elementor page builder. All you have to do is just navigate to JetEngine > Listings, apply a new listing, and choose the source the data will be pulled from by the dynamic widgets.

Next, you will be able to set up a customized post template with any layout and set of widgets. This JetEngine template can be applied to every customized post with any layout or content.

Step 5. How to Create Archive Pages

Working with flexible post type templates, you obviously want to present posts or terms on the Archive page.

When it comes to creating and adjusting Archive page themes with Elementor, you should use both JetEngine and Elementor add-ons. You may also need the JetBlog plugin featuring the set of dynamic content widgets that display posts or flexible post types in listing and tiles layouts. If you’ve decided to set up a custom Archive page, go to CrocoBlock > My Library > Archive block and hit ‘Add New’ button.

In Elementor Editor, you are also able to apply the widgets that let show off and filter dynamic content: Smart Post Tiles, Smart Post Listing or Listing Grid. Besides, you’ll find Navigation and Pagination Arrows widgets allowing you to add appropriate elements to Archive page themes.

Once you are complete, determine the conditions for Archive page template and put the place it should be shown.

Step 6. How to Edit Existing Content

If you are the one who create the site from the scratch, you might need to add even more content to the existing pages or new pages with more distinctive content. CrocoBlock subscription and their Elementor add-ons offers everything needed to complete this task. Let’s take a closer look at what you’ll get using the service.

  • JetElements add-on contains 30 steep widgets to add to your Elementor editor. With the help of this plugin, you are able to apply an advanced carousel, posts slider, image layout, portfolio, timeline, SVG image, and other types of content. After adding them, you have an opportunity to jazz them up to match your company’s identity and add important information even without any web development skills.
  • JetBlog plugins let you add a dynamic content to the Elementor-built pages. Being easy-to-use it deals with flexible post types and adaptable fields. Using JetBlog you will find Smart Post Tiles, Smart Post List, Text Ticker, and Video Playlist widgets.
  • JetTabs add-on helps you arrange content into tabs and accordion blocks, or apply section switchers making your page content ultra-compact and striking simultaneously.
  • JetBlocks plugin comes with the widgets required for building and applying login forms, search boxes, WooCommerce cart, registration forms, and hamburger panels to headers and footers built with Elementor add-ons. With the widgets, you may change the style and add an extended functionality.  
  • JetTricks plugin allows you to apply more visuals and animations to the page making it more striking. This add-on gives you an opportunity to utilize Parallax effect for the widgets, apply tooltips for the web elements, section particles effect, and make the content more compact using Unfold or View More features.
  • JetReviews Elementor add-ons allow adding testimonials to the pages built with Elementor. Review widget added to the list of existing widgets gives you a chance to apply your own reviews and show them in the appealing visual from.

Step 7. How to Add WooCommerce Functionality

If you want to set up an online store based on WooCommerce, JetWooBuilder plugin included in CrocoBlock will help out. It allows displaying the products and creating Single pages.

Prior to creating a Single Product page template, ensure you’ve already launched a new product. Next, go to WooCommerce > JetWoo Templates and choose where to take content from, hit ‘Create from Premade Template’ to apply one of the instant templates, or select ‘Add New Template’ to design a brand new Single page skin.

After you activate Elementor add-ons editor, drag and drop content and modules with dynamic content widgets specially developed for WooCommerce and tweak various elements. All the necessary widgets are available under JetWooBuilder block. Once done, push ‘Save’ button.

You will obviously need to apply the newly designed template for all the products available in your product gallery. To do that, go to WooCommerce > Settings block, click “JetWooBuilder”, and open Single Product template condition settings.

You will also be glad to know that JetWooBuilder applies 4 WooCommerce layout widgets including Categories and Products Grid, Products List, and Taxonomy Tiles. Each of them can be used on any page created with Elementor. Moreover, every widget features order and query settings, and lets use various style settings to adjust the look of the tiles or grid elements.


Do not consider CrocoBlock subscription service to be only a set of products that help you deal with Elementor and add more functionality. CrocoBlock is a comprehensive service providing everything you need to launch a site.

Using CrocoBlock subscription is way easy and does not require any additional skills. The products included in the pack cover all possible purposes. Furthermore, extra products will come in the nearest future.

Giving the green light to the CrocoBlock subscription, you get a user-friendly and effective way to build a website from anew.

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