Elementor Carousel Mods (Vertical, Fade, Justified, Center)

Elementor Carousel Mods (Vertical, Fade, Justified, Center)

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In this tutorial, I will show you how to customize the Elementor carousel and slider elements.

These modifications will work on the following Elementor carousels and sliders:

  • Elementor Carousel
  • Elementor Loop Carousel
  • Elementor Image Carousel
  • Elementor Testimonial Carousel
  • Elementor Review Slider

You will learn how to achieve all of the following mods:

  • Centered Elementor carousel with automatic slides per view
  • Justified Elementor image carousel
  • Bleeding edge carousel
  • Fade transition Elementor carousel
  • Vertical Elementor carousel
  • Vertical carousel with mousewheel control
  • Gradient at each end of the slider
  • Preview % of upcoming slide carousel

See the demos here (scroll down to see all) :


  • Easy to replicate
  • Most layouts can be customized to your needs
  • Compatible with most carousel elements from Elementor (see list above)

Let's get started!

Centered carousel

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7 Responses

    1. Hey Walid!

      Sorry, Elementor is using the SwiperJS library for these, and it doesn't have the capability of fading multiple slides per view.

  1. Hello,

    I want to use this layout: Bleeding edge (shows until edge of screen on one side only). But I cant make it work. Can U give me some extra details how to achieve this. How to setup the containers?

  2. Ah its working when I use one container. But I want to use a parent container with two containers side by side in it. Is it possible to use the loop carousel on the right inner container? I cant send an image so little bit hard to explain.

    1. Hey Kristopher!

      Really sorry about this I had few instructions that weren't clear there. I edited for clarity.

      For this partialViewSwiper mod in particular, the code needs to come after all the affected carousels on the page. So essentially you can add the HTML element at the bottom of your page.

      Then it should work.


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