Number counter widget for Elementor is an easy-to-use widget and the perfect way to display your milestones. Let’s say you have completed 1000+ client projects; you must be proud of that (and you should be!) But a simple text line that says you have completed so many projects will not do justice to your achievement.
For instances like these, we have created Elementor Number Counter widget. Now you can display your achievements, milestones, or journey in numbers more elegantly.
The number counter widget displays the number by counting the specified digits, just like you roll the numbers in a casino lottery machine!
Sounds cool, right? Well, it looks cool too!
This is what the Number Counter widgets for the WordPress website look like in action:
You get loads of customization and editing power with this plugin. Let’s see how you can create an achievements section on your website with the Counter widget.
Using Number Counter Elementor Widget
Here we will learn how you can create the “Achievements Section” with the Counter widget. For this, you will require the Elementor Builder and the PowerPack Lite Addon for Elementor.
Open the page where you want to add the counters in the Elementor editor by simply clicking on the Edit with Elementor link for the respective page.
Once you are in the editor, look for the Elementor Number Counter widget and drag and drop it on the page. Now we will begin the customization of the counter.
Elementor Number Counter Widget: Content Tab
In the content tab, you can make changes to the information and data displayed on the counter.
The options you’ll get in the Content tab are:
Presets are the pre-built template of the PowerPack widget. For the Counter widget, we have added 3 pre-styled number counter templates for Elementor.
If you want to design your counters from scratch, simply choose the Default option in the Preset tab.
We are also customizing the counters from scratch so that we can demonstrate all the setting options of the PowerPack Counter widget.
And here are the changes we made in the Counters section:
- Changed the icon for the counter by selecting one from the list.
- For the number which will be rolling in the counter, I simply entered the number in the counter number field.
- Changed the Title for the counter using the Title subsection.
- Enabled the number divider to add more space to the counter.
- Decreased counter speed to ~1200 using the Settings sub-tab.
Also, you also get 10 different layout options for your number counter display. Select any layout as per your site preference and look.
These were the changes for this specific counter. You can alter the settings as per your wish. Once you have added the number and made the desired changes, we will move on to the Style tab.
Elementor Number Counter Widget: Style Tab
Here you can make changes to how the contents of your counter appear regarding font, color, spacing, etc. Here are the changes I have made in the Style Tab:
- Changed the Icon‘s color to a blue shade, altered the size to 50, and added a bottom margin of 5 px.
- For the number, switched the color & changed the font and font style to match the design.
- Lastly, for the title, changed the color and adjusted the typography of the text.
- Changed the color of the Number Divider to ‘White.’
After making all the changes, this is what a single counter looks like:
Duplicate the Design of Elementor Counter Widget
Since we are creating a full achievements section, we will require more than one counter. So, to make more counters, we will first duplicate the counter we have designed, then change the details for each counter from the content tab.
So to duplicate, right-click on the widget and click on the Duplicate option. Now you can drag and drop the widgets in the respective columns, so they look aligned next to each other.
Once aligned, we can change the data in the Counters. We will change the Icon, Number, and Title for the Counters, and the rest will remain the same.
Change for respective counters’ details, and once you are done, your counter section will look something like this:
Now you can publish the page to set your counters in action. That is it! You have successfully added counters on your page with the Elementor Page Builder.
Summing it up!
This widget can be used in many places. You can check our landing page to see more examples of designs you can make with the Counter widget.
If you prefer to watch a video, here is a video you can check. This widget is part of the PowerPack lite, and you can get loads of functionalities with the Pro version of PowerPack for Elementor.
You get access to more than 80 creative widgets, which you can use to create your website more awesome!
Click here to get PowerPack Addons for Elementor.
What do you think of the Elementor Number Counter widget? Where are you going to use it on your website? Comment it down!
5 thoughts on “How to Add Counters to your Website with Elementor for FREE!”
Can you introduce a delay with each counter, so if you have, say three of them, maybe you see them appear or start counting with a 1 second delay between each, so they don’t end all together?
Sorry, it’s not possible to load counters one after the other.
This is great! I followed everything and works. However I encountered a problem.. When I entered a thousand.. it shows with a comma like. “2,345” instead of “2345” how can I remove the comma.. Sorry I’m new so I’m a little lost.
To remove comma, edit the elementor counter, and select “space” for seperator in your setting.
Ok. This is basic counters.
Page visit counters?
‘On-click’ (or clicked) counter?