The resource types that come with CoreResources will help you hit the ground running and get your content in front of the right eyes. Not sure if these are exactly what you need? All resource settings are easily customizable through CoreResources Settings located in the backend of your website.
For WordPress sites using the Elementor Page Builder, CoreResources comes bundled with customizable front-end templates for every resource type, as well as archive pages. You can explore templates here.
Customize your resource center with Elementor widgets. CoreResources includes custom widgets with robust controls to manage the design and content of your resource center pages. CoreResources’ data can also be utilized in Elementor Pro widgets that include a query builder.
Our Content Modeler tool gives you the freedom to customize your Resource Center settings without needing a developer. Customizing your resources to be as specific to your audience as possible will increase the impact of your content hub as a whole. Using the Content Modeler, you can add, edit, and delete categories for the following:
Schema, or structured data, provides context to search engines about the content that’s on a given page. Adding schema to your pages helps search engine algorithms classify key data and highlight your page to users who type in a relevant query. But how do you know where exactly to add this data?
With CoreResources, you can eliminate all the guesswork. Simply drag and drop the schema widget onto an Elementor theme builder template. Utilize CoreResources Schema Builder that generates the schema markup for you, and you’re done! With just a few clicks, you can significantly increase your page’s visibility and overall traffic to your website.