We have played a lot with WordPress and created many websites for self and for our clients. At this stage, we don’t think that anyone else website development and designing company here in Delhi (India) who can provide you an awesome website on WordPress better than us. We do not develop websites only on WordPress but it is doubtless true fact that our WordPress development team is better than other development companies’ teams. We have played with many plugins on WordPress, but Elementor is the best from all we have used, to develop a website easily on wordpress with various good looking and amazing effects.

Elementor Pro 2.0 is just upgraded but it is also true fact that Elementor doesn’t provide facility to create parallax background completely. But, we are sharing here with you a nice trick to create parallax background using Elementor.

Fixed Background v/s Elementor

Presently actually, a settled foundation is a sort of parallax (and I have confounded them previously) in light of the fact that the areas do move at various rates. It’s only one speed is zero! Parallax is extremely simply that impact where the segments appear to slide past each other. Just the best ones happen when the two areas move, exactly at various rates.

In this way, getting a genuine Parallax impact on your landing page or greeting pages isn’t really so simple.

Easy Parallax with Elementor

Presently, there are a couple of different instructional exercises out there on Elementor with Parallax – however I attempted to motivate them to work legitimately. To start with, there is every one of the means you have to take (which are a bit excessively techy for most people).

At that point there is the questionable idea of the JavaScript code – which to the extent I can see isn’t bolstered any longer at any rate. Furthermore, even once I made it work, the parallax was somewhat of a wreck I found. Along these lines, I kinda surrendered.

At that point I found the Granular Controls for Elementor plugin.

This plugin completes an odd blend of things for Elementor, yet to the engineer’s credit, some of them are very helpful. It can enable you to change the format of the Elementor control board (estimate, shape, position, shading). Keep accordion components shut on page open. You can likewise add a simple exit to the elementor editorial manager.

Be that as it may, you couldn’t care less about all that, correct? Since, there is additionally a switch in the settings to turn on Parallax. (See the picture that takes after). This fundamentally gives you another board in the Elementor manager that enables you to effortlessly include parallax to any area on your pages.

In Short: You have to do
  • Elementor granular controls parallax Plugin (Install and Activate, then make changes in Setting)
  • Elementor parallax switch
Here is all you have to do
  • Turn on the Enable Parallax catch (in the Style board of your segment
  • Leave the Type as Scroll (it appears to have no impact at any rate)
  • Lower the speed to around 5 (you can play with this, yet be careful 1.0 appears to make it settled, and higher gives an odd impact for me).

When you have done that, you ought to have a pleasant parallax impact.

Only one tip:

if the impact does not appear to work it could be two or three things:

  • You have ‘Fixed’ turned on (in the connection drop down)
  • You have just endeavored to test it in Preview mode (attempt a live test with a distributed page or post)
  • Save your Changes