Frontend Admin for Elementor – Add and edit posts, pages, users and more from the frontend


An Elementor extension that allows you to easily display frontend forms so your users can edit content by themselves from the frontend.

This plugin needs to have Elementor installed and activated. You can create awesome forms which save custom meta data to pages, posts, users, and more using one of our awesome widgets.

So, what can this plugin do for you?

FREE Features

  1. No Coding Required
    Give the end user the best content managment experience without having any coding knowledge. It’s all ready to go right here.

  2. Edit Posts
    Let your users edit posts from the frontend of their site without having to access the WordPress dashboard.

  3. Add Posts
    Let your users publish new posts from the frontend using the “new post” action

  4. Edit User Profile
    Allow users to edit their user data easily from the frontend.

  5. User Registration Form
    Allow new users to register to your site with a built in user registration form! You can even hide the WordPress dashboard from these new users.

  6. Hide Admin Area
    Pick and chose which users have acess to the WordPress admin area.

  7. Configure Permissions
    Choose who sees your form based on user role or by specific users.

  8. Modal Popup
    Display the form in a modal window that opens when clicking a button so that it won’t take up any space on your pages.

Useful Links

Need an Elementor and WordPress proffesional for a project? Check out our website:
Kaplan Web Development website

Check out our other plugin, which let’s you dynamically query your posts more easily:
Advanced Post Queries for Elementor

Check out Elementor Pro. We highly recommend pro for anyone who is looking to get more out of WordPress and Elementor:
Elementor Pro


  1. Make sure both Elementor is installed and activated. This plugin will not do anything without Elementor.
  2. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/plugin-name directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‚Plugins‘ screen in WordPress
  4. Jump into the Elementor editor and search for „Frontend Admin“
  5. Choose the desired widget based on what you want your users to be able to do. For example: if you want your user to edit a post, choose the „Edit Post Form“ widget.
  6. Configure the permisions, display, and form structure as you please.
  7. Now you should have a form on the frontend for editing a post, adding a post, editing a user, etc.


Can I send emails through this form to let you know when a post was added?

The Pro version will have this option

Can I add frontend Featured Image field to the form?

Yes. Simply add a field and set it as „Featured Image“.

Can I let users set post categories through this form?

Yes. Add a categories field


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2.0.1 – 2020-12-04

  • Add Product attributes field and product variations field

2.0.0 – 2020-12-04

  • Fixed bug preventing post title from updating
  • Fixed bug preventing Frontend Admin options from updating
  • Added Woocommerce Variable product support in pro

1.0.6 – 2020-11-01

  • Fixed bug

1.0.5 – 2020-10-28

  • Pro Release

1.0.4 – 2020-10-24

  • Fixed errors

1.0.2 – 2020-10-22

  • Added dynamic tag to display Frontend Admin custom fields on frontend