You asked: How secure is Elementor?

Security researchers at Wordfence discovered a vulnerability on sites built with Elementor. The exploit is a type designated as a Stored Cross-site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability. It has the potential to enable attackers to seize control of a website.

Is it safe to use Elementor?

Elementor takes its responsibility to create secure plugins seriously. Our developers are highly trained to write safe, secure code, and we monitor for vulnerabilities. However, as with all software, even with the level of expertise and scrutiny that we employ, vulnerabilities can sometimes occur.

Is Elementor hacked?

A Zero Day vulnerability has been discovered in the WordPress Plus Addons for Elementor. The exploit allows a full-site takeover. Security researchers recommend immediately disabling the plugin to avoid being hacked. The exploit is not present in Elementor itself, it’s in a popular plugin that extends Elementor.

Does Elementor collect data?

When Using Our Website

We also collect aggregated data from third parties, such as social media sites and other services which we use, and joint ventures we may establish. We also collect the information that you submit to us via emails or other communication.

How do I fix mixed content in an Elementor after moving to SSL?

Once the Replace has finished, navigate to the ‘General’ tab in the Elementor settings and press the ‘Regenerate Files’ button. This will regenerate your CSS files with the new, updated links. That’s it! Clear any other caches your website uses and your Elementor site should now work without mixed content.

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Where are Elementor forms saved?

Uploaded files are saved in a dedicated directory under ‘uploads/elementor/forms/’.

Does Elementor store form submissions?

Elementor Pro comes with an awesome widget – Forms. With this, you can create forms and style them with great ease. It also provides you the option to send an email on form submission.

How can I track my Elementor form?

Google Analytics tag to track the Elementor Form

In Google Tag Manager interface, go to Tags > New > choose Universal Analytics. Then enter the following settings: Feel free to rename Category, Action, and Label values to match your event tracking naming convention.