Create A Simple Back To The Top Button With Elementor. Elementor is a great free WordPress page builder plugin. There is a free version as well as a paid version of Elementor. In this series of videos, we will be building some great elements on our WordPress website with the Elementor builder.
In this video we are going to create a simple back to the top button. When you click or tap on the button, it will scroll back to the top of the page. This a very useful feature to have on your Elementor website, especially if it is a one page scrolling website. There is a small bit of coding involved today to build this feature. Don’t let the CSS coding put you off, it mis very easy, and any code I write today I will paste below the video for you to use as you wish. You are welcome to copy the code and paste it into your site.
CSS is a great thing to learn, so I encourage you to try out some of your own ideas to get familiar with it. You can’t break your site with CSS, if something doesn’t work simply delete it to return back to how the site was previously. So, follow along and see how easy it is to create a simple back to the top button with Elementor.
Choose Your Icon
This will work fine for both the free and for the pro version of Elementor page builder For more information on the Elementor page builder plugin check out our Elementor playlist below.
My Elementor Video Playlist : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yN6YlT1Cvqc&list=LLYeyetu9B2QYrHAjJ5umN1Q
Elementor Hover Effects Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqabIl8dx2wqkGuqlL4RRLwJnBRO47jm2
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———- CODE USED TODAY ———-
/* Back To Top */
———- CHAPTERS ———-
01:12 Create New Section
01:25 Add An Elementor Icon Box Module
01:40 Choose An Icon
01:53 Add Link
02:10 Style Icon Module
02:54 Go To Theme Customizer
04:09 Add CSS Class
04:37 Add Custom CSS Code
08:21 Move Section To Bottom
08:31 Save Section To Library To Reuse