Change Demo Images

We’ve created a video that shows how to edit the images and parts of the pages within Elementor.

Blog Page Setup

Graphic Templates

Site Icon (Favicon)

We’ve created an easy way for you to customize your own site icon for the theme. 

Icon Template

Click into the document and click File > Make a Copy > Entire Presentation.

This will now make a copy and save it into your Google Drive.

From here you are able to click into the text box and update using the initial of choice. Click File and Download PNG Image to download your file for the site icon. You will upload this file later in the process.

Instagram Posts

We’ve created some Instagram templates for you! To access these assets, click here:

Instagram Templates

Mailing List Integration

Elementor integrates with many popular email newsletter systems. To check if they integrate with yours, and to set this up, navigate to Elementor > Settings and select the Integrations tab. Here you will be able to enter information from your provider. 

If the provider you use is not there, you may use the forms as they are set up and extract the data manually into your email system, or use a program like Zapier to move them automatically.

Contact Form

In order to set up the Contact Form to go to your email address, navigate to the Contact page and click Edit with Elementor.

Click the blue pencil to open the form settings.

On the left side within the Elementor settings, click Name and click beside Required to make sure that the Name is a Required field to be filled out on this form.

Do this same step for email and message, making all three fields on your form required for the user contacting you to fill out.

Click on Email and customize the email the form will come to, the subject line, and the reply email settings. 

The From Email needs to be an email on your domain, but does not need to exist. I typically use noreply@ and make sure that the Reply-To field has “email field” selected so that you will be able to reply to the sender.

Click the green button to Update and save changes.

Instagram Feed

The Glamboss theme includes an Instagram feed on several of the pages. To connect your feed, follow the instructions below:

Click Instagram on the main WordPress navigation. This opens a page where you will be required to enter your Instagram login information.

Click the button to Connect An Instagram Account. Select either Personal or Business, depending on which type of Instagram account you operate, and continue navigating through the wizard to set up the feed. When finished, click Save Changes.

After saving, click the Customize Your Feed link to set up the number of photos you want to display in the template.

Scroll down to change Number of Photos to 6, Number of Columns to 6, and check the box that says Disable Mobile Layout, as shown below.

Click the blue button to Save Changes.

Scroll down to the Header section and uncheck the boxes that say Show Header and Show the Text. Click the blue button to Save Changes.

Scroll down to the Load More section. Uncheck the box that says Show the “Load More” button and click the blue button to Save Changes.

Scroll down to the Follow Button and note that you have the option to show or remove the Follow button. We do not show the Follow Button in the demo, so you would uncheck and then scroll to the bottom and click Save Changes.

Footer Copyright

This theme allows you to edit the Footer Copyright in order to add your own business name.

To do this, Navigate to the Home page from the WordPress dashboard and click Edit with Elementor

Scroll to the footer and hover over it. A yellow box will appear that says Edit Footer. Click this to enable editing of the footer.


Click into the text box. Remove Glamboss and add your business name.


Click the green Update button to save your work and finish.

Social Links

The footer is where all links to your social media accounts may be edited. Currently there are links to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. 

Navigate to the Home page from the WordPress dashboard and select Edit with Elementor.

(Note: Editing the social media links on any page footer will update them across the entire website.)

Scroll to the bottom of the website and hover over the footer. Click Edit Footer.


This enables you to then click the pencil to Edit Social Links when you hover over them.


On the left hand side of your screen, you will see the area to enter your social media links. You may remove links, or add additional links within this section as well.


Clicking on each item will allow you to edit it, as well as select link settings. You may set it to open in a new window, or also set the link to be a no follow link if you choose.


To add a new social media icon, click the Add Item button. This will add a new option of WordPress as a default. You may select Icon Library to launch the entire Elementor library of social media icons to choose from. 

If you have a need to add a social media link that is not included in the library, you can create or obtain your own in .svg format and upload it within the screen. Since WordPress doesn’t normally allow .svg files to be added, you may have to enable it after you click Upload SVG. Simply follow the instructions on the page that follows to enable this and add your file.

Once you are finished editing your social media links, click the green Update button to save your work.