Everyone likes it when a product they love and use frequently adds new features. When those features are inspired and demanded by the actual users, that’s the next level of great.
We’ve asked and listened to our users, and today we are thrilled to announce new features in Neve 3.1 “Letea.”
Letea Forest is the oldest natural reservation in Romania. This forest was the initial foundation of the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve, which has been declared a World Heritage Site.
With wild horses, vines, 700-year-old oak trees, and dunes, Letea is the northernmost subtropical forest in the world.
We’ve prepared a collection of photos for you to see why we love this place so much.
What’s new in Neve 3.1 “Letea”
New features available in Neve:
- Global options for the single page
- Global header background
New features available in Neve Pro Addon:
- Instagram widget for Elementor
- More components for Header/Footer builder: Divider component and Widget area component
- Megamenu enhancements
- More features in the WooCommerce Booster module: Advance product review and Product tab manager
Let’s have a look and see what’s this all about!
Global options for the single page
Page meta options are great, and they get the job done, but now there’s a better way for controlling page headers all over your website.
The controls for the header layout from single posts are now available for single pages too. Whether you want to hide the page header everywhere or you want to replace it with a more complex title, you can now do it in just a few clicks.
Global header background
The global header background allows you to set an image or a color as a background on the entire header, making the UX much more straightforward and with fewer limitations.
Instagram Widget for Elementor
The Instagram Feed widget is the newest addition to the Elementor WooCommerce Booster module. The widget allows you to bring your feed into your website beautifully and efficiently.
Besides the options that control what the widget will look like on the frontend, you can save the images from your feed directly to the media library. This way, the images are served faster, and there are fewer calls to the Instagram API.