Incorporating a print button into an Elementor is straightforward. Follow the steps outlined below:

  1. Begin by creating a new element. You'll find the options in the Properties pane.
  2. In the Element Type section, select “Button."
  3. Moving to the Button Element section, select the “Print” option.
  4. Next, under the same section, specify the “Print Location."
  5. Now, define the “Button Text” and input your desired label.
  6. Specify the dimensions of your button by selecting “Button Width” and “Button Height."
  7. In the “Button Style” section, select “Print."
  8. Position your button to your liking, commonly at the "Center".
  9. Click "OK".
  10. Now, under the “Button Properties” heading in the Element Type section, choose “ButtonText."
  11. Next, type your preferred button text, such as "Print," under the “Text” heading.
  12. Define the width and height of the button under the respective headings, for instance, “Width” can be 50 and “Height” can be 25.
  13. Finally, under the “Button Properties” heading, choose “Button Text” again. Click "OK."

PRO TIP: If you are not familiar with Elementor, it's advisable to get assistance from a qualified web developer before attempting to add a print button. This process, while simple, can be complex for novices and may lead to website errors.

  1. Now, modify the button text to "Print All," the width to 100, and the height to 50, under their respective sections in the Properties pane.
  2. Lastly, under the "Text" heading, type "Close", and then hit “OK."