Media Elements are used when you need to add Images, Sliders, Videos and other media elements to your web page. A balanced use of media elements on a website can create an interactive and visually rich user experience.
1. Fullwidth Easy Slider
The “Fullwidth Easy Slider” element allows you to set up a slideshow transition in seconds, you can set slide sidewards, slide up/down, and fade with styling. You can use it at the top of your page, stretching across the whole viewport, or use it anywhere on the page. You can add images, videos, content within this slider.
The image element is used to add pictures to your web pages. You can apply animation and a variety of style settings to the images, such as border-radius, hover effects, overlay, and others. You can link these images to any page or file. The background of image and caption overlay can also be styled.
The Video element allows you to embed any number of videos within your pages. You can use html5 videos as well as Youtube and Vimeo Videos on your page. You can also choose a preview image for the video, manage its formatting, and others.
4. Easy Slider
The Easy Slider element is used to set up a simple slideshow, either at the top of your page, stretching across the whole viewport, or anywhere on the page. Easy Slider can be used to add any number of slideshows within any section of your page, it doesn’t necessarily need to a have a whole viewport. This element supports both, images and videos.
5. Partner/Logo Element
The Partner/Logo Element allows you to display a grid or a slider with images. Other options that Partner/Logo Element offers are 1-8 columns, slider or grid display, display/hide slideshow arrows, border or without border, display image caption on hover. You can also link these images to any URL while managing its setting to open URL either in the same window or the new one.
A picture gallery can be created using the Gallery Element. With this element, you can create an image gallery that is customized. You can set its style, thumbnail columns, thumbnail effects, and etc.
7. Accordion Slider
The accordion slider can be used as a full-width element to create a multi-image banner. You can also use this element to feature a variety of images in style by placing it inside a column or section. When placed within a column or any section, this element gets fit within the parent element. You can add content and use as many images as you like, in general using 2-7 images is a good idea.
8. Image with Hotspots
You can use Image with Hotspots element to feature fullwidth or content size images with various hotspots (any numbers possible). The numbers will be shown when the image scrolls into the browser viewport.
You can set 1, 2, or more numbers. You can customize each Hotspot by selecting the color of your choice, setting the position, text overlay, and more.
9. Fullscreen Slider
The Fullscreen Slider stretches across the whole screen. You can set single as well as multiple images to the slider. If you are using multiple images, you can easily set their properties individually, like the image behavior on scrolling (parallax, scroll, etc.), captions, image color overlays, and others.
10. Horizontal Gallery
Horizontal Gallery element allows you to feature a great number of images horizontally. This element can be used as a full-width element as well as a part of a page section. You can set the gallery’s height, each image size, custom link, and much more.
11. Masonry Gallery
The big difference between the normal Gallery and Masonry Gallery is that this one is not meant to display WordPress entries, but images. The element can be displayed fullwidth or as a part of any web section. You can add a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 100 images to this gallery element. The advance setting of the element will let you customize its size, columns, overlay, and etc.
12. Advanced Layer Slider
With this element, you can display single as well as multiple sliders. You’ll have all the amazing Layerlsider options for each slider, starting with height, style, transitions, etc. The transitions for each element can be set in a fancy drag and drop editor, you have amazing options like mouse parallax effects and a slew of demo sliders to import.
13. Featured Image Slider
This element will let you display a slider consists of several posts and their preview images. It can be used as a fullwidth element as well as a smaller content element. Any post type can be featured using this element, such as portfolio entries, blog posts, products and even post types added by other plugins.
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