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Wireframing is a fundamental part of every web creator’s design workflow. Learn how to wireframe your entire website from start to finish, and easily recreate it in Elementor.
Design Process 101: Wireframe vs. Mockup vs. PrototypeDesign terminology can be confusing, so let’s make sure we clarify all of the terms. Wireframes can be thought of as the architectural blueprint, a mockup as a colored, detailed drawing of the building, and the prototype of the display house. Each one serves a very different purpose, but they all share a common goal: to refine and solidify each stage of the design process.
Wireframe Like we discussed earlier in the post, a wireframe is a static, low-fidelity, visual representation of an interface using only simple shapes.
Eventually, some placeholders may evolve to real graphic elements or actual text so designers and developers can gain a better feel for how everything fits together.
Because wireframes are composed exclusively of black and white placeholder..
Dynamic content plays an essential role in creating theme templates. In this post, you'll learn about what dynamic content is and how to use it in your Elementor designs, along with some examples of what you can do with it.
With Elementor Pro, you get access to a powerful new feature – dynamic content.
Dynamic content lets you take content from somewhere on your WordPress site and automatically insert it into your Elementor designs.
If you use Elementor Theme Builder, dynamic content will play an essential role in helping you create your theme templates. And even if you’re not building theme templates, you can still use dynamic content in your one-off Elementor designs.
In this post, you’ll learn more about what dynamic content is and some of the ways in which it can benefit you. Then, we’ll show you how to use dynamic content in your Elementor designs, along with some examples of what you can do with it.
What Is Dynamic Content?In general, dynamic content is content that changes..
Our online course template is a simple, modern and easy to use template kit that is versatile for all types of web creation needs. With the Corona crisis in mind, we’ve identified that many freelancers and entrepreneurs are looking to create online courses with the content they have, and need a simple yet effective way to do so.
As we mentioned in a recent blog post, creating online courses is a great way to monetize your website, especially in a time like this where many businesses are experiencing a dip in their earnings. But the template kit is in no way limited or exclusive to online courses. It can also be used for cooking videos, learning languages, parenting blogs, etc.
One thing to keep in mind is that this isn’t a learning management system (LMS). The difference here is that this is an education template, not an interactive course site that can be paid for on the course, set up users and so on. We did it with just Elementor and no other plugins/tools.
Here’s an explanation s..
Using modern CSS and HTML, it has never been easier to create loading spinners of any kind. This article showcases over 40 different techniques and styles of pure CSS3 animations for creating any CSS loader your website may need.
What is a CSS Loading Spinner?If you use a computer, you have already seen spinners multiple times. They are small animations used to indicate that something is loading and that the user needs to wait a bit. Your operating system, for example, displays a loading spinner when you launch a program. It indicates that the OS has understood the instruction and is in the process of launching the desired application. The user can then know that their request is being processed and that they just need to wait a bit for the program to be launched and operational.
On the Internet, spinners and loaders have always been used on sites and apps, with the same goal as their desktop counterparts. Years ago, loading spinners were mostly in the form of a .gif image. But as imag..
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