After doing some searching we didn’t find anything online talking about this topic, however, we did troubleshoot the WordPress website and found that Dynamic Content for Elementor
was causing the problem. While inspecting further, we found two solutions depending on how you’re using Dynamic Content on your WordPress website.
Solution 1: Go to the dashboard of WordPress, next hover over Elementor, then select Dynamic Content for Elementor. Once you’re in the Dynamic Content Dashboard, select extension. Finally, you’re going to scroll down or CTRLF search for ‘Steps for Elementor Pro Form’. Go ahead and unselect this option and it should fix you’re problem.
Solution 2: Solution two is a bit of a hack, but it may save you if, by chance you’re using the Dynamic Content for Elementor Steps feature, however, we haven’t yet explored how Dynamic improves on the included Elementor Pro Multi-Steps included features.
This is the CSS you’re going to want to use for this Elementor Pro Multi-Step Button not showing CSS hack.
//*These can be used in your custom style sheet. *//
//*Put this in the custom CSS section in the forms widget*//
padding: 10px 15px !important;
Alrighty then, that’s about all you have to do with this fix. I hope one of these solutions helped. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below. If you need professional help, consider giving us a call at (702) 904-4262
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