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Colibri theme applied to all pages and not allowing Elementor to edit


Problem :
Colibri theme applied to all pages and not allowing Elementor to edit.
I have added a side bar to one of the pages in my Word press website by using Colibri .After adding the side bar Colibri added as default editor in all of my pages .And not allowing me to see Elmentor editor to edit my website .



Solution :

Edit page with Elementor and bottom left side you can see a gear symbol ,Click on gear symbol and choose page layout from default to Elementor Canvas .Boom that's it you can see Elementor editor right side.




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