The documentation narrated below is about how to use the Scroll Navigation widget. You have to overcome some tricky parts while using the widget. Hopefully, you will get a good company.
So, read the whole doc.
To Insert Widget
Inserting widget, it is just a matter of dragging and dropping. As you see in the screenshot above, drag the Elementor Scroll navigation widget inside the page.
Using the Content Tab, you’ll be able to make a layout of a particular part of a website. And in this regard, some handy sections in the tab will assist you a lot in designing the single page navigation.
Now, I’m going to show the sections of the tab and how they work behind the widget.
Just, go to the Content tab > Additional.
After dragging and dropping the widget in a new section, you will get a list group. The list is not limited, you can add a new list in the group just by clicking on the ADD ITEM button for the Scroll Navigation widget.
You can edit every single list item(repeater). Simply, hit on the List Item and edit the field found in the List Item. Then, add Nav Title (like Section One), Link (such as #section-1; read the Section CSS ID (N.B) below) and Icon. Look at the screenshot above.
One more thing, if you want you can set Nav View (Text/ Dots). Besides, you may go for the switcher buttons Vertical Nav and Fixed Nav. So, View the screenshot above.
Section CSS ID
N.B: You’ve to remember that we are adding a scrolling effect to the whole section. So, at first, you should make sure, you’ve set CSS ID selector from the Advanced tab. Simply, Hit/Click on the section > then, go to the Advanced tab > CSS ID (such as section-1). Do the same thing for the rest of the repeaters (taken as your requirement). Keep your eyes on the screenshot of the scroll nav.
Simply, go to the Content tab > Additional.
Mostly, this section will let you adjust the navigation Alignment and Icon Position (After/ Before). In addition, here, you might use the scroll bar (menu height, etc.) to settle the scroll navigation.
Now, let’s work with the Style Tab. The tab will easily have you style the web content (text, image, video, etc.) of the page you require to design the Scroll Navigation widget.
Styling with the tab in Elementor will always give you a fantastic experience.
Let’s have a look.
Actually, from this single section, you’ll be able to style the layout.
Simply, go to the Style tab > Navbar Style (control) that will allow you to select navigation style (style 1, style 2, style 3) along with default one.
In general, here you have a chance to work with Border Type, Radius, Box Shadow, Padding, Margin and Typography.
Mostly, in this section, you might add Text and Background color under the Normal mode. At the same way, you can go for the Hover and Active mode.
Just, go to Default Nav > Normal.
Come to the Default Nav > Hover.
Follow the flow Default Nav > Active.
In conclusion, though our Scroll Navigation widget by element pack contains some tricky parts, hopefully, in the end, you have got the solution. You can stream the video clip above. And to get more ideas about this, visit the demo page.