Tagged: relative url elementor widgets
Hello Team Leap13,
first of all thanks for this awesome widget pack which helped me a lot to speed up my workflow!
I was just missing around with relative urls, as I moved from my localhost to a test server.
On test server I´ve installed WP in a domain.com/subdomain. After migrating the site all my internal links in Premium Buttons which were set to /page1, /page2 were broken.
I tested the same with the standard Elementor Button – same broken links again, as “WP-root” is not the folder root, where WP is installed, but the root of the entire server, thats why all my links were gone to domain.com/page1 instead of domain.com/subdomain/page1
I´ve tried then to use “../page1″ in the Standard Elementor Button widget, and that works! – html says: <a href=”https://domain.com/subdomain/page1″ as I forced the link to stay in the same folder.
If I try the same method (../page1) in Premium Button Widget still not working; html says: <a href=”http://../page1”
Maybe there is a quick fix for this guys.
Hello Gescout 🙂
Did you try this: https://docs.elementor.com/article/218-i-changed-the-url-of-my-website-and-elementor-does-not-work-anymore
yes, did not help also…
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