New Content Builder Elements to Visualize Data in Your Posts & Pages

Shane Melaugh   24

Updated on January 7, 2020

In a recent update, we've added a new set of elements called "Data Elements" to the Thrive Content Builder plugin.

Watch the video for a quick tour of how the elements work and how you can customize them to suit your needs.


How to Use Data Elements Wisely

Like I mention at the end of the video, these kinds of data elements are often used in ways that aren't beneficial to the website (or the visitor, for that matter). Here are some links that will help you make the best possible use of the data elements:

I hope you enjoy this new feature addition to the Thrive Content Builder! If you have any questions or feedback, please leave a comment below!


by Shane Melaugh  September 2, 2015


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  • Great features. I loved these when I used WP Profit Builder. Would love to see you guys add the ability to make the counter data element count down from a number to another number, not just from 0 up to a number. For example, if I am saying I have 40 bonuses to give away and only 23 are left, the counter would start at 40 and drop down to 23.

    Other than that, good going! Thanks! Happy to be a Thrive member!

  • The data elements are not really representing any data, right? Just moving to an arbitrary value that I set when I create the element(?)

  • I would also like the possibility to show the progress bar as an animated gif.

    I have read some study saying that this animated bars increase signups when using it in 2 steps opt-ins.

    • Hello Luca,

      The progress bar is animated using CSS, which is much faster and more scalable than an animated gif would be.

  • I would like to see a final numerical % value at the end of the progress bar leaving the Label area for text about what the progress bar value reflects.

  • You come up with better features every time I open my email! This is the best landing page and a content builder out there.

  • so, for tracking and testing purposes, do these counters have the ability to show when (eg; at what point in a post) someone bounced ?

  • {"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}