In this documentation, we will show you how to customize the Nexus widget presented by the Pixel Gallery add-on.
Insert Nexus Widget
Open your page in Elementor editor, search by the Nexus widget name, then drag and drop it.
The default view of Nexus Widget
The Nexus widget displays the Images, Title, and Button.
Content Tab Customization
Go to Content > Layout
Find the Grid Template Columns, Row Gap, Column Gap, Item Height, Item Alignment, and Masonry options.
Then also find the Show Title and Title HTML Tag, Alignment, Image Size, Link, Lightbox, and Link Target options.
Go to Content > Items
Find the Content > Media Type, Image, Title, Read More Text, Custom URL, and Item hidden options.
Also find the Grid > Column Span, Row Span, and Height options.
Then find the ” + Add Items ” to add new items.
Go to Content > Entrance Animation
Find the Entrance Animation, Perspective, Delay, Transition Duration, Transform Origin, TRANSFORM > Translate, Rotate, Scale, and Skew options.
Style Tab Customization
Go to Style > Items
Find the Border Type, Border Radius, Padding, and Box Shadow options.
Then find the Primary Color, Secondary Color, and Box Shadow options.
Go to Content > Title
Find the Color, Padding, Margin, Typography, Text Shadow, and Text Stroke options.
Read More Section
Go to Style > Read More
Find the Color, Background Type, Border Type, Border Radius, Padding, Margin, Typography, and Box Shadow options.
Find the Color and Background Type options.
Go to Style > Mask
Find the Type option only.
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