Master Addons introducing Floating Effect Elementor extension . This extension works in every element. You can add nice floating animation to make any element attractive and eye-catching to the audience. You can take a look at the demo of floating effect.
After adding any element navigate to the advanced tab and scroll down to “floating effects” extension. Enable it and, you will see the following three control. I am explaining in detail on how to use the controller properly.
- Translate Effect Controler
- Rotate Effect Controler
- Scale Effect Controlar
Translate Effect: There is two range slider, one is Translate X and another Translate Y. X is for vertical animation and, Y is for horizontal animation. There is two other option for animation duration and delay. Duration means how long it will take to complete the animation. Perhaps delay means, after how much time the animation will start.
Rotate Effect: Like translate, it has all similar options. But it works for Rotation animation. As an extra axis, you will see Rotate Z here. You can set different duration and delay values for this effect too.
Scale Effect: You can resize any elements in a nice animation. All options are the same as the previous effect. You can animate any element size in horizontal or vertical with the help of scale effect.
Floating Effect Elementor Guideline
I hope you are familiar with the options properly. Let’s create an awesome section with some images. Take a look at the following screenshot. I am going to arrange a section with these images.
First, I have added a section and made it full width. Then inserted an inner column and added a new column. Arranged all images like the following screenshot inside the three columns.
Now, it’s time to work with position and Floating Effect. I prefer the position first. I recommend you, take a look at your design and position all images and particles properly before work with the floating effect. I have used the Master Addons positioning extension to position the images.
Go to position extension select relative. Then align images or any element. I have done positions for all images and attached the following screenshot.
Finally, it’s time to apply the floating effect in desired images. I have applied translate X, Y effect in the first column and third colum images. Applied Rotate Z effect in the profile picture only. Take a look at the following Gif file how it looks like.