What is the tutorial about?
Design a visually appealing Elementor Loop Grid Post Layout. Explained by Web Squadron this tutorial is perfect for those interested in enhancing their website’s aesthetics, particularly in terms of blog post layouts. The tutorial provides a step-by-step guide on how to use the Loop Grid and Flexbox containers in Elementor to create a visually appealing and functional post layout.
Tutorial Steps Overview
- Start by opening Elementor and ensuring that the Loop Grid and Flexbox containers are enabled.
- Open a new container and drop in the Loop Grid.
- Create a template by dropping in a container within another container. This will serve as the layout for the image and the text.
- Set a dynamic background image for the first container, ensuring it’s set to ‘cover’ and adjusting the height to about 150.
- Adjust the width of the parent container and apply a shadow effect for a more polished look.
- Insert a heading for the category of the post. Set the width to ‘custom’ and align it to the start.
- Add the post title and stylize it to your preference.
- Insert additional elements such as a text editor for the post date and a divider line for separation.
- Add an icon list for additional options like ‘stream’ and ‘buy’. Adjust the style and text to fit your design.
- Fine-tune the parent container and adjust the padding and margin as needed.
Use Cases for this Tutorial
- Designing a blog post layout for a personal blog or professional website.
- Creating a product layout for an e-commerce site.
- Enhancing the visual appeal of a portfolio website.
- Improving the user experience on an educational platform.