Hi 👋

    As you have probably known, Elementor comes with a native widget -- the Login widget -- that you can use to create a custom login page on your website. While the widget is useful, there is one feature you can't add to your login page: the ability to login via social media.

    Social media -- as you know -- is an integral part of today's society. Allowing your visitors to login to your website via social media -- as many web apps and membership websites do -- can increase user experience and eventually help achieve your goals to increase your website's user base.

    If you have an Elementor-powered WordPress website and want to offer social media login, you can try Essential Addons. You can read our post below to learn how to use the add-on to add social media login in Elementor.
    As usual, we have created some new content this week. We also edited some old content to keep the relevancy. Here are some new and edited content for this week ✨
    📙 New in Elementor: How to Create Drop Cap in Elementor (on Post Content Widget)

    📗 New in Divi: How to Auto Scroll Image on Hover in Divi

    📘 New in WordPress: 5 Best WP Engine Alternatives (Other Than Flywheel)
    Thanks for keep staying with us 😊

    Finally, happy reading and may you have a wonderful weekend. 🥳

    Cheers 🥂
    Aliko Sunawang
    Founder of WP Pagebuilders