How to Use Axen Widget by Pixel Gallery in Elementor | BdThemes | Elementor Page Buuilder

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How to Use Axen Widget by Pixel Gallery in Elementor | BdThemes | Elementor Page Buuilder

by | Sep 11, 2022 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments



The best way to display blog images inside WordPress is by using the Axen gallery widget presented by the Pixel Gallery addon for Elementor.
In this video, you will see how easily you can create a minimalistic and working image or video gallery with the help of the Elementor website builder. Axen widget is the one we are using to create the image gallery. This Elementor image gallery widget has a beginner-friendly interface that is suitable for coder and non-coder users on WordPress.
This is a boost for your blog site design inspiration and a level-up feature for your blog. Get more engaged with your visitors by displaying an organized and clean UI using the Axen widget for Elementor.
See the whole video to learn how to use Axen widget and customize the widget to make your own quality, efficient, and unique designs. Also, you can grab this hot free Elementor gallery addons at

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