How to Use craze gallery Widget by Pixel Gallery in Elementor | BdThemes |Elementor Page Builder

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How to Use craze gallery Widget by Pixel Gallery in Elementor | BdThemes |Elementor Page Builder

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



This video shows how to use and customize the Craze Elementor image gallery widget for WordPress. This amazing widget helps you build a quality image gallery with pixel perfect user interface, HD graphics, and an eye-catchy hover animation effect.
The widget is best for creating image galleries in blogging, tech blogging, news portals, lifestyle, fashion, and many other websites. It’s a beginner-friendly widget that needs no expertise in web design or development. Just watch this video and you can make impressive web galleries in 6 minutes.
So, please enjoy the video.

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