When running an online business, making your website stand out from billions of other websites is very challenging.
Proper user engagement is required to increase your website’s online visibility. For this reason, you must showcase some new attractive features on your website beautifully.
Sliders and image carousels are beautiful enough to enrich your page appearance.
Image comparison sliders include touch-friendly before and after versions of an image with a separator in the middle that you can drag horizontally or vertically to see the difference between those two.
It follows some very easy steps to create a before and after slider using Elementor page builder if you’re using PowerPack Elementor Addons.
In this article, we’ll provide a detailed tutorial on creating a Before After Slider in Elementor using the PowerPack Image Comparison widget.
Create Before/After Slider Using PowerPack Image Comparison Widget
PowerPack Elementor Addons provide a complete package to professionally design a WordPress website from a beginner’s level to a pro. It provides 80+ creative Elementor widgets and 150+ pre-designed templates to give your WordPress website an impressive and attractive look.
Using this slider on your website will increase user engagement by offering an appealing before & after feature for users with which they can interact easily.
Unlock all the features of the PowerPack Image Comparison Widget to tell a compelling story by using the right images related to your product or service.
If you prefer watching a video, you can consider this tutorial video on how to create a Card Slider in Elementor.
Add Before After Slider Section to Your WordPress Website
To add a before after slider to your WordPress website, you need to install Elementor and PowerPack Elements.
Now that you have installed both of these tools, let’s see how you can use them to create a special before and after slider section on your website.
So, without further ado, let’s move ahead to the tutorial.
Drag and Drop the PowerPack Image Comparison Widget
First, launch the Elementor editor page, then type Image Comparison in the search bar and drag & drop the widget on the page.
Make sure to check for the PowerPack “PP” sign on the top right corner of the widget.
Content Tab of the PowerPack Image Comparison Widget
Simply navigate to the content tab of the PowerPack Image Comparison widget. There you’ll find three sections:
- Before Image
- After Image
You can add and customize your Before Image in this section.
Here, you get options to customize the Before Image’s title and add an image by inserting media from the media library.
Also, you can select the image size from the comprehensive image size options available here. We recommend you keep the image size full.
You can add and customize your After Image in this section.
In this section, you get similar options as that of the before image section. Here also, you can customize the After Image’s title and add an image by inserting media from the media library.
Also, you can select the “image size” from the comprehensive image size options available here.
This section includes additional settings that help you to customize the Before After Slider better.
This section consists of four subsections:
- Visible Ratio: With the help of this feature, you can adjust the visibility of your images.
- Orientation: Here, you can choose the orientation of your image comparison slider, either Horizontal or Vertical.
- Move slider: With this option, you can select the action for the image slider from the options such as Drag, Mouse Move” or Mouse Click.
- Overlay: If you want to apply an overlay for the images, you can use this option.
Style Tab of the Image Comparison Widget
The style tab contains all the styling parts of the Image Comparison widget.
This Tab includes four sections:
If you’ve applied the overlay option for the images in the content tab, you can customize this background type feature for the before and after slider sections.
In addition, you can separately customize the background type for normal and hover effects.
All the styling options for the handle placed in the separator are available in this section.
Let’s see the options available in this section in detail:
- Icon color: With this option, you can change the color of the handle icon placed in the middle of the separator.
- Background Color: Customize the background color for the handle using this option.
- Border Type: You can choose the border type for the handle from the options available here, such as solid, dotted, dashed, doubled, and groove. You can select “none” if you don’t want to display any border.
- Border Radius: If you’ve applied a border, you can use this border-radius option to give a smooth edge to the border applied.
- Box Shadow: Customize the box shadow for the handle using this option.
In this section, you’ll get options to customize the separator or divider. You can change its “color” and adjust its “width” by using the options available here.
In this section, you’ll get a wide range of options to customize the label displayed in the before & after slider.
Let’s see all the options available in this section:
- Position: Set the label box position to the top, middle, or bottom.
- Align: Set the alignment of the before/after label displayed on both the images to the left, right, or center.
- Text Color: Select the label text color using this option.
- Background Color: If you want to add a background color to the label text, you can add it here.
- Border Type: If you want to apply a border, you can select any border type from the options available such as solid, double, dotted, dashed, or groove.
- Border Radius: You can adjust the border radius for the label text, and using a border radius will give soft edges to the label text.
- Typography: Customize the typography for the label text using this option.
- Padding: This allows space between the box and the content. Adjust this option to display smoothly organized content on the label box.
So, this was the complete tutorial; by following this, you can easily create a before and after slider using Elementor page builder and PowerPack Elementor Addons.
After applying all these changes, you’ll get something like this:
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We hope this tutorial will help you create an appealing before and after slider using Elementor for your website. If you’ve enjoyed reading this article, we’re sure you’d also love experiencing our other PowerPack Elements.
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Also, if you’re searching for another way to flaunt your product images interactively, you can check our post to learn how to create card sliders using Elementor.
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