JetEngine + Addons

JetEngine Free Download v3.3.6 + Addons

JetEngine Free Download is a plugin for Elementor, that provides functionality for creating templates for custom post types, taxonomies, and showcasing them in the form of layouts on Elementor-built pages.

This documentation consists of several parts and covers the entire process of installing and using JetEngine plugin free download.


It describes the process of creating custom post types, custom taxonomies, making templates for them using

Elementor page builder and additional widgets for displaying dynamic content, in details.

It also explains the full process of creating custom post and taxonomy layouts.

What Is JetEngine Free Download Plugin?

It also allows creating custom post types, custom taxonomies, as well as custom meta boxes for any kind of content.

With JetEngine Free Download it is possible to showcase services, team members, create portfolio layouts without any skills in PHP and CSS.

The plugin also adds 6 special widgets for pulling dynamic content from the posts and displaying it on the pages built with Elementor.

You have to install and activate Elementor page builder plugin before using JetEngine Nulled! If You haven’t installed Elementor, please, navigate to Elementor Installation tutorial.

JetEngine Listing Widgets

Dynamic Field

Dynamic Field widget is made for displaying the content from both meta fields and the post or term data, for posts and taxonomies listing templates. The widget pulls the data and displays it using the set style and content settings.

Dynamic Image

Dynamic Image widget privides opportunity to pull the thumbnail image or any other image added as the media in the meta field to showcase it on the pages built with Elementor.

This is the dynamic widget that can be easily used for creating templates for custpom post types and taxonomies.

Dynamic Link

Dynamic Link widget helps in adding the links to the listings, that display the content from the predefined source.

Dynamic Meta

Dynamic Meta widget allows displaying the default meta information (usually needed for the posts), such as the publishing date, author and information about comments.

Dynamic Repeater

Dynamic Repeater widget is made for displaying repeating blocks set for the custom post types or taxonomies (this can be done in meta boxes or when you create a meta field and select the Repeater content type).

Dynamic Terms

Dynamic Terms widget provides opportunity to add the taxonomies to the custom post types.

Use this widget to display the terms that are applied to the needed custom post listing.

JetEngine Installation

From this block you can learn how to install JetEngine plugin using WordPress Dashboard.First, make sure that you’ve installed and activated Elementor page builder before proceeding to JetEngine installation.

If you have problems with installing Elementor feel free to read the detailed Elementor documentation. Log in to WordPress Dashboard using Your login credentials and navigate to Plugins tab in the left column.

Click on Add new button to upload JetEngine plugin from Your hard drive.
Click on Upload button, which can be found at the top of Plugins page. Browse the path to plugin package and start the installation process.

When JetEngine + Addons Nulled plugin is uploaded and installed you’ll need to activate it.

Click Activate button to make it active on the site.

Now you can locate JetEngine plugin in the list of installed plugins.

JetEngine Plugin: Overview and Review

One of the features offered by Elementor Pro is the ability to add dynamic content (read: Elementor Free vs Elementor Pro).

This feature allows you to add dynamic content to your designs, be it pages or theme builder templates.

Although this feature is useful enough to create dynamic WordPress websites with Elementor, it has some downsides.

You can only add default dynamic content types of WordPress such as featured image, post meta (date, time, comment counts, and so on), post title, page title, site title, author info, author meta,

WooCommerce product price, WooCommerce product stock, and so on.

There are no options to add custom dynamic content types like custom post types, custom fields, or custom taxonomies.


JetEngine Nulled was created to fill the hole. If you have ever used the ACF plugin before, JetEngine is pretty similar to it.

The difference is, JetEngine + Addons Free is developed specifically for Elementor and Gutenberg.

You can use it to create custom dynamic content types and then add them to your Elementor designs or Gutenberg.

What is JetEngine Nulled?

JetEngine is a part of JetPlugins, a set of premium Elementor add-ons developed by Crocoblock.

There are 18 add-ons in the set in total. As mentioned earlier, JetEngine is a plugin to create custom content types in WordPress, much like ACF.

The difference is, this plugin is designed specifically for Elementor.

The custom content types are created in the JetEngine backend (dashboard) and you can then add them to your Elementor designs via the Elementor editor.

You can create custom content types according to the needs of the website you want to create. Some custom content types you can create with JetEngine are:

    • Custom post types
    • Custom fields
    • Custom taxonomies
    • Custom forms
    • Listing items
    • Dynamic calendar
    • Dynamic gallery
    • Dynamic map

And several other custom content types

The default setting of JetEngine can only be used to create listing items, custom post types, custom fields, and custom taxonomies.

To be able to create other custom content types, you need to enable the modules.

How JetEngine Works

As we mentioned in the intro section, you can create the custom content types in the JetEngine + Addons Free Download backend and use the custom content types you created on the Elementor editor when creating a page or template.

This is great as you don’t need to ruin your design to change the values or add new items of the dynamic content on your design.

Every change you made on the dynamic content won’t affect your design.

To give you an overview, let’s take an example by creating some custom fields.

Go to JetEngine -> Meta Boxes on your WordPress dashboard.

Click the Add New button to create a new custom fields group.

On the next step, you can add the custom fields you need as well as set the required information such as the name of the custom fields group, where you want to assign it, and so on.

You can click the Add Meta Box button on the right side to publish the custom fields group.

You can read this article for more detailed instructions.

To use the custom fields group you have just created, you can create a new page with Elementor (or edit an existing one).

Add any widget (i.e. the Heading widget) and go to the left panel to set the content.

Instead of typing the text, you can click the database icon. You will a JetEngine options block.

To use the custom fields you have just created, you can select the Custom Field option and select the custom fields you want to use on the Field dropdown menu.

For custom content types like forms, listing grid, or calendar, you need to add the widgets offered by JetEngine (which you can find on the LISTING ELEMENTS widgets block).

The concept is the same. You need to create the content first on the JetEngine backend before being able to select any content variable.

In addition to custom content types, JetEngine + Addons Nulled can also be used to add default dynamic content types of WordPress such as post title, post meta, post excerpt, user profile, post thumbnail, and so on.

You can use the Dynamic Field widget, Dynamic Image widget, and Dynamic Meta widget to add default dynamic content types of WordPress.

JetEngine Modules

Again, the default setting of JetEngine can only be used to create listing items, custom post types, custom fields, and custom taxonomies.

To be able to create other custom content types like custom calendar, custom gallery, and custom forms, you need to enable the associated modules first.

To do so, you can go to JetEngine -> JetEngine on your WordPress dashboard. On the Modules tab, select the modules you want to enable and click the Save button.

As you can see in the image above, there are 10 modules offered by JetEngine.

1. Grid Gallery for Dynamic Field Widget

You can use this module to display the image galleries of the default post type (blog posts). To do so, you need to create a custom fields group and assign it to Posts.

Make sure to add the gallery field when adding the custom meta fields.

2. Slider Gallery for Dynamic Field Widget

Same as the first module above, you can also this module to display image galleries of the default post type.

The difference is, the images are displayed in a slider form instead of a grid.

3. QR Code for Dynamic Field Widget

You can use this module to display the QR codes using the Dynamic Field widget of JetEngine.

4. Calendar

You can enable this module if you want to create a dynamic calendar with JetEngine.

This module is great to create a dynamic event calendar page on your website.

5. Forms

You need to enable this module to create a custom form with JetEngine.

The JetEngine Forms module can be used to create a wide range of forms.

From a simple contact form, email opt-in form (can be connected to Mailchimp, ActiveCampaign, and GetResponse), user registration form, front-end content submission form, booking form, and so on.

There are 17 field types you can use. Also, you can set conditional logic for form fields.

6. Listing Grid Injections

You can use module to display listing templates with different style settings.

For more detailed instructions about listing template, you can read this article.

7. Profile Builder

This module allows you to create personal accounts for the users on your website and gives them the possibility to submit information to your website via a frontend form.

8. Maps Listings

You can use this module to add a dynamic map to a listing item.


This module is great to create websites that need map info such as real estate listing sites.

9. Dynamic Visibility for Widgets and Sections

This module allows you to define parameters of visibility for every element on the page.

The element will only be displayed if meets certain criteria.

You can, for instance, hide a certain element on your website for logged users, users with a certain role, and so on.

You can use this module to restrict certain content to certain users dynamically.

When this module is enabled, you will see a new options block called Dynamic Visibility on the Advanced tab on the Elementor widget panel.

10. Data Stores

On big websites like Amazon, Goodreads, and IMDb, there are features to add products, books, and movies to wishlist.

The Data Stores module is used to add the similar feature to your website.

You can also add a like feature and show your users how many times a certain item has been liked by other users.

JetEngine + Addons Free Download is a great solution if you want to create a dynamic, complex WordPress website with Elementor.

It allows you to create and add custom dynamic content types that are not supported by Elementor Pro such as custom post types, custom fields, dynamic calendar, listing items, and so on.

Combined with Elementor Pro, you will have deathly ammunitions to create dynamic websites with Elementor although you can also use JetEngine on Elementor Free.

Final Thought – JetEngine Review

The ability to create listing items allows you to create websites like real estate listing websites or directory websites, while the versatile

Forms module allows you to create advanced forms like frontend submission form, user registration form, booking form, and so on.

JetEngine is a great tool to unlock the power of WordPress as a flexible, fully customized content management system.

Without needing to have coding skills, you can create complex websites with it. JetEngine and Elementor are a perfect mate.

You can use JetEngine + Addons Free to create the core functions/features of your website and then use Elementor to style them up.

If you have never used a similar plugin before (i.e. ACF as the popular similar plugin), it will take time for you to learn how to use JetEngine.

After using it and digging it deeper, you will realize how useful the plugin would be.

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JetEngine + Addons ChangeLog

JetEngine 3.3.6

February 15, 2024

JetEngine 3.3.5

January 30, 2024
ADD: Cluster Max Zoom and Cluster Radius settings for Map Listing;
ADD: An ability to show dynamic popup for repeater query in Calendar;
FIX: Only products in paid order display for purchised products macros;
FIX: Positioning added Options pages in the admin menu;
FIX: Removal of related items doesn't synch in different languages;
FIX: Option page for CCT gives 404 error;
FIX: Empty columns dropdown in SQL query;
FIX: 504 error in some cases;
FIX: Issue with OpenStreetMap coordinates in Map meta field;
FIX: Repeater items duplicates in Dynamic Calendar;
FIX: Problem with Bricks condition in Dynamic Calendar;
FIX: Display Dynamic Field content in the Bricks template;
FIX: Reset radius in Location and Distance filter when address is reset.

JetEngine 3.3.4

January 16, 2024
FIX: Prevent error if Elementor is not installed;
FIX: Query result count for Dynamic Visibility in gutenberg does not work;
FIX: Prevent deprecated notic on PHP 8+;
FIX: Sorting filters not working with CCT Dynamic Table/CCT listing custom query;
FIX: Filters with Maps listing and CCT Query;
FIX: PHP error when using a Query Results Macro in Blocks editor;
FIX: Error when use Location&Distance in some cases;
FIX: Brick Builder: Query loop conflict;
FIX: Related items table UI;
FIX: Bricks: setting background color dynamically from the colorpicker meta field does not work;
FIX: Advanced date field is not displayed properly on large number of iterations;
FIX: Can't update CCT posts meta field via REST API if is multiple is enabled.

JetEngine 3.3.3

January 2, 2024
ADD: Dynamic Terms widget for Bricks editor;
ADD: Default value to the color picker field;
UPD: Dynamic CSS of Listing Item refactoring;
UPD: Cache Related items query during the single request to avoid SQL queries duplicating;
FIX: Listing Grid. When lazy load is enabled, the listing disappears;
FIX: Placeholder for relation meta based on qurey builder does not work;
FIX: Profile Builder. Profile Menu - Single User Page in Blocks editor;
FIX: Get users from store item macro;
FIX: Conditions of meta field does not work for bulk inputted values;
FIX: Custom meta field for Pages causes PHP error;
FIX: Order by not working for a Query Builder of type SQL/AI Query.


December 18, 2023
FIX: Orderby param in SQL and CCT queries;

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