If you are using our plugin to bring a backend page to the frontend, chances are you don’t want the frontend users to see all the backend elements, like notifications, unnecessary options and tabs, or simply want the frontend to look cleaner and simple.
First, you need to create a front end page using our shortcode. You can use the automatic way by going to the wp-admin page and click on “view on the frontend”, or you can create a regular page and paste our shortcode.
Once you do that, the frontend page will load along with the Quick Settings Panel on the left side. To start hiding elements, all you need to do is click on “hide elements” and the selector will be activated, then you need to click over the element you want to hide and it will automatically disappear from the frontend page (this doesn’t delete the element, it just hides it using CSS, this is for aesthetic reasons and it’s not a security feature).