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Build your forms and write custom twig code using Elementor!

Premium feature! This feature is available in the addon to the premium extension.


Our plugin supports Elementor. We offer several widgets that are compatible with Elementor (including Elementor Pro). To edit a form using Elementor, you need to install and activate the 'Dataverse Integration Elementor Extension' plugin. Please note that this functionality is available only with the premium version of our plugin.

Note: You may also need to install and activate Elementor Pro.

Form widget

Widget Name - Form

Category - Pro

Description: It is a native form of Elementor, but you should add Send to Dataverse action after submit.

All you need to do is drag the Form widget into the content area, create the necessary fields and Save their ID.

Elementor formSave id

Next, navigate to Actions After Submit, click + and add the Send to Dataverse action.

Send to Dataverse action

To choose a table save the form and get back to the Pages -> All pages and find the page and click Configure Binding. Here you can choose a table for new records.

Binding configuration

Click Edit with Elementor and Send to Dataverse. Here you will see the chosen table in the Table dropdown. After selecting an action, for example create, you need to add Fields Mapping. Click +ADD ITEM. Here, fill in Form field (which is the field ID that was saved previously) and Table column (which is the logical name for the column) for each field.

Mapping in Elementor

To create a lookup field you need to add select type field and map this field with the lookup field logical name in the Send to Dataverse action.

Twig widget

Widget Name - Twig Template

Category - Dataverse

Description: A simple and visual widget. Write your twig code and you will immediately see the generated content in the content area.

Field widget

Widget Name - Dataverse Field

Category - Dataverse

Description: To use this feature, simply select a table and then choose a column from that table which you wish to display.

Dynamic tags

One of the simplest methods to display a field value for any record is by using dynamic tags. First, configure the binding for the page by selecting a table and the binding method. Then, return to page editing and, in the Elementor Text Editor widget, click the Dynamic Tags button (symbolized by a coins icon). Next, select the 'Dynamic field' option and click the settings button. Now, you can choose any field from which to display a record value.

Default record in editing mode

You can enter a record GUID to be used as the default record in the page editing context. Simply find the page, click Configure Binding, select a table and enter an id in the Default record textbox.

Elementor default