Elementor Page Transitions – Custom WordPress pre loader

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Elementor Page Transitions – Custom WordPress pre loader

by | Dec 10, 2021 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments



Learn how Elementor Pro page transitions work across your WordPress websites while switching between different WordPress posts/pages and how to set custom WordPress pre loader all using Elementor pro without writing a single piece of code and without any 3rd party plugin.

NOTE:
While enabling page transitions, you can set mobile and tablet transitions to none and also pick background for the transitions.

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