It Icons can be a powerful way to create efficient designs and conserve the precious space of the web page. Even though they can be relatively easy to make hardcode-wise, aside from using the Custom HTML block, it can be quite stressful to figure out how to do it on Elementor. Assuming you’re not an advanced developer, which this tutorial is created for, then we can make it a little bit easier for you.
After completing this tutorial, you will be able to get an output similar to this:
Return now to your keyboard so we can proceed to our tutorial!
Step 1: First create a section where you will place the widget.
Step 2: Add your desired column. In this case I will choose a one-column structure.
Step 3: From the left panel, Drag the Icon Widget on the column.
Step 4: You can change the Icon when you clicked on the Icon Library and you can choose the desired view of the image if Default, Stacked and Framed.
Step 5: To style the Icon, go to the Style Tab and set the desired Size and Color of the Icon.
Step 6: Lastly to make the Icon act as a Button go back to the Content Tab and add some link on the Icon.
And now, we’re done!
Thanks for Reaching This Far! 🙂
I hope we were able to help you with this tutorial! You can also try to install the Elementor Pro Version and get access to more Elementor templates for free!
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