Elementor Pro users can now rejoice. Finally, Table of Content (TOC) widget is available within Elementor Pro and was officially announced here.
If you can't wait to hear this news and want to see the Elementor TOC in action, I recommend you to take a look at this quick video.
According to Elementor, the TOC widget is the most customizable, feature-rich widget of its kind. It considerably simplifies the process of making your content accessible, allowing readers to scan it and get a sense of the structure of what they are reading.
You can set it up for individual pages and posts, or spread it across your entire site with a single click, by using Theme Builder to incorporate it.
Here's what we think at WP Maven. Table of Content by Elementor is slick and looks awesome to the eyes. And the launch of this TOC widget helps to solve one of the biggest question asked by website owners. TOC widget helps not only with SEO but also helps in giving the readability boost your website needs.
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A Table of Contents is a tool that dynamically generates a list of links that connects your reader to the different sections on your page. If you are using WordPress, there are quite a few table of content plugins that you can use (including Elementor's).
By using a Table of Content widget, it improves your article’s readability, accessibility and SEO. It helps Google, as well as readers, better understand the structure of your site. This in turn, also aids in getting listed in rich snippets on top of Google’s search results.
Here's how it looks like when Google picks up your table of content widget and display it on search result pages.
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And if you think that's all, you are absolutely wrong. Elementor dropped the mic (again) with Lazy Loading feature on it's Pro Gallery widget.
Lazy Load is a WordPress feature used by website developers to improved the performance and load time of the page with selected image loading. In other words, the page only loads the required section and delays the loading of the images in the gallery.
Take a look at the quick video snippet below.
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