We have released a new version of Helpie WordPress Knowledge Base Wiki plugin – Helpie 1.8. This version includes Elementor template builder integration which harnesses the power of Elementor page builder to create your own knowledge base template.
What you can do with this Knowledge Base Template feature:
- Create customs templates for your knowledge base articles
- Apply different templates for different articles using Elementor’s Display Conditions
- Use all of Elementor’s widgets on your knowledge base articles
Here’s a sample Helpie knowledge base article using a Helpie Default Template. It’s simple, elegant and serves the purpose.
When you get creative and want to design it in a new way, you can use Helpie Knowledge base and Elementor template builder integration.
In the picture below, the same article is given a customised design using Elementor Template.
The Page Layout, Fonts, and Colours are all changed with Elementor. We have even added Elementor widgets such as Social Share Button, Author Box, Post Info, etc., This is just a sample, and you can do much more customisation with Helpie and Elementor.
You can also apply different templates using specific conditions like Wiki Categories and Tags using “Display Conditions” option and show difference where ever you want. Just set it once and it will be displayed everywhere on your knowledge base!
How to Customize Knowledge base article template?
To customize your template; first change your knowledge base settings. Go to the “Helpie Settings” on your website’s dashboard; you can find the Single page settings when you click the ‘Single Page’ menu. Here you have to change the Template Source from ‘Helpie Default Temple’’ to ‘Elementor Template’ and save the changes.
Add a New Template using the Elementor “Templates” on the dashboard. In the New Template, select the template type as “Single” and Post type as “Article”, give it a name you want and then click “Create Template”.
After you have created a New Template, it’s time to customize. You can change the default Fonts, Colours and Page Layout using Elementor. You have to add the elements “Post Title” and “Post Content” to display the Title and Contents of your knowledge base article template.
Now you can add all other Elementor elements (widgets) that you want to show in your knowledge base template. You can also use Helpie’s widgets such as Table of Contents, Stats section, Category listing and Hero section into your template.
After adding all your customisations to the template, click the “Display Conditions” options using the arrow icon in the “Publish” button. Add a condition to include “All Articles” (as shown in the picture above) and then publish your template. Now you have successfully customised you knowledge base article template with Elementor.
Switch to Elementor Pro to Customise your KB articles
This Elementor template builder integration is only available on Elementor Pro. With Elementor Pro, you can add many premium widgets to your knowledge base like Forms, Social share buttons, Navigation and many more. Build a creative and powerful knowledge base with Helpie and Elementor Pro!
Know more about Elementor Pro, read a full review on Elementor Pro page builder!
Want to create a customisable Knowledge base like this, get Helpie Knowledge base plugin now!