Elementor Cross Fade Images on Scroll Design

Elementor Cross Fade Images on Scroll Design

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In this tutorial you are going to learn how to add an Elementor images cross fade on scroll design.

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Features:

  • Have as many images / accompanying text as needed
  • Works for one or more such section on your page
  • Perfectly centered sticky image
  • Works for images of different sizes
  • Even works on mobile
  • Made with the new Containers

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First, import the template in your page

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18 Responses

      1. I am having the same issue as Lud. I followed your link and made sure the containers were active. Still, nothing is importing. The page is blank. Please help.

      2. Hey Joe!

        Could you confirm with me what Elementor version you have?

        Also, in case the containers were not active when you imported the templates, you need to delete the templates, and import them again, with the containers active.

        Cheers!

  1. Hey Brett!

    Could you clarify what you are after here? Which of the demos should have the text sticking?

    Also, if both the text and image are sticky... they are sticky until when?

    1. I am using this on desktop, image changer, in elementor and it works great. The image on the right is sticky, and fades great. On the right the text scrolls, and the image changes. The client was wondering if the text could also "stick" centered on the image for a beat. Example if you scroll down here https://azurite.consulting

  2. Just purchased this and very pleased!
    I am trying to emulate this site with scroll snap - https://skai.io/
    Is there a way I can do that? I have tried enabling scroll snap on Elementor but it breaks the template.

    Many thanks
    Peter

    1. Greetings Peter!

      That page uses fullpage.JS for their setup... quite advanced.

      It might be possible to achieve something similar with the Elementor Scroll Snap feature, however the code and technique needed are different from what is provided in the current tutorial. It's out of it's intended scope.

      I could have a look at this however the Elementor Scroll Snap feature in general doesn't work particularly well so I am weary of investing efforts into anything having to do with it... I wrote a tutorial about it here and that's probably going to be the only one I will write related to that feature. https://element.how/elementor-css-scroll-snap/

      Cheers!

  3. Hi Maxime

    Many thanks for your reply and the link.
    Fully understand your views on Elementor Scroll Snap and not wanting to go down that rabbit hole!

    All the best
    Peter

  4. Hi there, when I copy the template and try to past it to the page, it says I must use ctr+v to past. When I do it pastes a section from another page on my site and not your template. Any ideas why?

    1. Greetings The!

      Yes I will help you with this. Could you please share with me the URL where you are testing this, and also let me know what the issue you are having is specifically?

  5. Hi Maxime,
    Great tutorial! It has worked great for me so far. However, I implemented WPML for making it multilingual and for some reason the effect doesn't work on the second language. The sticky image just stays the same on scrolling. I tried to inspect myself, but I have no idea what could make the difference here. It seems that it's not affected by the code at the end of the page. I already tried to remove it since it may cause a conflict, but that would end up in a broken layout. Any idea what I can do here?

    Thanks, Lukas

    1. Hey Lukas!

      Sometimes WPML won't properly convert / import the HTML elements content in the new page for the other lang.

      I would suggest trying to copy paste everything that's in the HTML element from the page where it all works, to that page, see if that helps.

      If not, then I would suggest avoiding the HTML element altogether, and using a custom code solution to load this code on your pages instead, ideally just on these two pages.

      I hope this helps!

      Cheers!

      1. Hey Maxime!
        Thank you so much, copying the code indeed does the trick 🙂

        Cheers!

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