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How To Make Your Own Tooltips for WordPress Using Elementor 2

How To Make Your Own Tooltips for WordPress Using Elementor

Tooltips for WordPress Content increase the precision and accuracy of the message you are intending to send out. How and what are tooltips? You probably remember studying graphs as a kid. Your Biology or Chemistry textbooks probably had images of different living organisms and chemical compounds. You also should remember how these images placed arrows to indicate the names of the…

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How to Use Gradient Overlay Using Elementor To Make Your Pages Look Stunning 4

How to Use Gradient Overlay Using Elementor To Make Your Pages Look Stunning

We all have some idea about the Gradient Effect. In short, Gradient Backgrounds use two colors as its background. Previously you could use the Gradient Effect for your WordPress content by using dedicated plugins or doing a ton of CSS Guesswork. But those days are long over as now you can create Gradient Overlay easily in Elementor. With Elementor, you can…

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How to Easily Import Tumblr Posts To Your WordPress Site In 5 Minutes 6

How to Easily Import Tumblr Posts To Your WordPress Site In 5 Minutes

Tumblr is both a Blogging and Social Media Platform. Some might consider it an easier medium to gain more traction as it primarily consists of the young generation. Recently, we have observed that some of our visitors are trying to import Tumblr on their WordPress site, and since it's not very common, so they are struggling to do it easily.…

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How To Create Internal Auto-Scroll Navigation For Your Blog Post Using Elementor 12

How To Create Internal Auto-Scroll Navigation For Your Blog Post Using Elementor

How do you turn lengthy blogs into interactive ones? That's a tricky question. There are very few ways you can persuade readers to go through your entire writing. But, who said it is important? The success of a blog depends more on how quickly readers get the information they seek rather than how many of them read the entire blog.…

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WordPress 5.0: What The New Block Editor Means for Elementor 16

WordPress 5.0: What The New Block Editor Means for Elementor

Gutenberg is the visually driven Block Based editor that has been introduced with WordPress 5.0. With the latest release, WordPress has replaced its Classic Editor, with Gutenberg Block Editor which was previously available as a plugin. For regular WordPress Users, especially the mass people like Elementor users got in the dilemma whether they should switch to the new version of…

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