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WP3D Models, Wordpress & Elementor9268

Houstonsummers private msg quote post Address this user
Hi All,

I have created a WP site for my Matterport models and use the MP3D plugin. I am trying to create a template using Elementor within Wordpress. When I create my template, all of the data from the model is pulled into the page (e.g., the model name, subtitle, author info, etc.); however, the model itself does not show up in the template.

Does anyone have any suggestions here?

For context, I am attempting to create a template with dynamic content that will display the model associated with that individual customer's page, so that when I need to make edits to branding, I can do so to just the template and have that push updates to the individual pages.

I hope this makes sense! Please help!
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izoneguy private msg quote post Address this user
Contact Ross at WP3D support:
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Houstonsummers private msg quote post Address this user
Thanks, izoneguy! I sent an email this morning... Still awaiting response (to be fair, the automated response said it would be 24-48 hours).
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izoneguy private msg quote post Address this user
In Elementor Insert this into A Shortcode "Widget"

[wp3d-models filter = "true" ]
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Houstonsummers private msg quote post Address this user
This definitely got me closer. Now I am seeing all the models I have ever created on that page. Ideally, I would only have a single model on the template page, so that when I restrict access to that page for the appropriate customer the template would only pull in that model associated with that page. Hopefully that makes sense. Thanks for your help!
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GlennTremain private msg quote post Address this user
[wp3d-models type="" client="" orderby="" order="" posts="" map="" filter=""]

for each client profile page all you do is put this shortcode in with THEIR client designation you made when you added the model to the site

Then moving forward you never have to mess with the agent page and if you do 1000 models all you do is doing ate client field to that agent and it automatically shows up on that page
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Houstonsummers private msg quote post Address this user
Thank you, Glenn! Thanks for talking through this with me. We're all set!
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rpetersn private msg quote post Address this user
Hi Houston - Thanks for your support message earlier. I responded to you there but I think I may have misunderstood what you were after. I thought you were trying to create your own layout template (with Elementor) for a single property view.

It sounds like instead you were/are trying to integrate our WP3D shortcode and that is very much possible.

Thanks to @GlennTremain & @izoneguy for the assist here.

Cheers, Ross
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