In this documentation, we will show you how to customize the Shark widget presented by Pixel Gallery Pro.
Inserting The Shark Widget
Open your page in the Elementor editor, search by the widget name, and then drag and drop it on the page.
Content Tab Customizations
Layout Section Customization
Go to Content > Layout
Come to the Layout section and find the Grid Template Columns, Row Gap, Column Gap, Item Height, Item Alignment, and Masonry options.
Here also Find the Title HTML Tag, Image Size, Link(Media File, and Custom URL), and Lightbox options, and also find the Show Title, and Show Meta switchers.
Items Section Customization
Go to Content > Items
Come to the Items section, Here you can add Shark widget items (with the Add Item button).
Click on Each widget item, you will find two tabs sections; Content and Grid.
In the Content mode, find the Media Type (Image, and Video), Title, Meta, Custom URL, and Item Hidden options.
In the Grid mode, find the Column Span, Row Span, and Height options.
Entrance Animation Section
Go to Content > Entrance Animation
Here Find the Perspective, Delay, Transition Duration, Transform Origin, Translate, Rotate, Scale, and Skew options.
Work with The Style Tab
Style The Items Section
Go to Style > Items
Come to the Items section, you will find two sub-sections; Normal and Hover.
In the Normal Mode, Find the Background Type(Classic, and Gradient), Background Color, Border Type, Border Width, Border Color, Border Radius, Padding, Margin, and Box Shadow options.
In the Hover mode, Find the Border Color, and Box Shadow options.
Go to Style >Content
Here find the Glassmorphism, Blur Level, Background Type(Classic, Gradient), Color, Border Type, Width, Border Color, Border Radius, Padding, Margin, and Box Shadow options.
Style The Title Section
Go to Style > Title
Come to the Title section, and find the Title Color, Padding, Margin, Typography, Text Shadow, and Text Stroke options.
Go to Style > Meta
Here find the Meta Color, Hover Color, Margin, and Typography options.
Style The Mask Section
Go to Style > Mask
Come to the Mask section, you will find the Type ( None, Clip Path Mask, and SVG Mask) options.
If you select the Clip Path Mask then you will find two sub-sections; Normal and Hover.
In the Normal Mode, Find the Clip Path, and CSS Transition options.
In the Hover mode, find the Clip Path option like in the normal mode. If you want to know more about Clip Path Mask then please click on the Look Here link button.
All done! You have successfully customized the Shark widget on your website.
You can watch the quick video to learn about the Shark widget. Please visit the demo page for examples.
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