Create dual color headings in Elementor (no plugin)

Welcome back to my channel! In this quick video, I’ll show you how to create eye-catching dual color headings in Elementor without the need for any additional plugins. With just a few lines of code, you can add a touch of visual appeal to your website headings. Let’s dive right in!

  • Step 1: Writing the Code To begin, let’s create a simple page where we can demonstrate the process. Within Elementor, add a text widget to your desired location on the page. In the text widget, we’ll write a short code snippet to achieve the dual color effect.
<font color="#fff">brighter</font>
  • Step 2: Implementing the Code Delete the existing text in the text widget and replace it with the code snippet we just mentioned. The code follows a specific format, with “fonts color” being the key attribute. For example, you can set the font color to red by using “fonts color=red.”
  • Step 3: Testing and Customization Once you’ve added the code snippet, you’ll notice that the dual color effect is already working. However, feel free to experiment and customize the code to your liking. You can adjust the font colors, font sizes, or even add additional styling options as per your design preferences.
  • End Result: With just a few simple steps, you’ve successfully created dual color headings in Elementor without the need for any plugins. Admire the striking visual impact it adds to your website and enjoy the creative freedom it brings.

Conclusion: I hope you found this tutorial helpful in discovering how to create captivating dual color headings in Elementor. By leveraging the power of custom code, you can enhance the visual appeal of your website and make your headings truly stand out.

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