How To Create A Stunning Website On Elementor?

Install WordPress

Now that everything is ready, you can start creating your website. For that, you’ll have to install WordPress. The steps vary from hosting provider to provider, depending upon the panel. Read the instructions provided by the hosting provider to install WordPress.

Install Elementor Pro

Next, install Elementor Pro from the official website. You can pick the free plan or the Elementor pro plan. In the Pro plan, five plans are offered by the Elementor. You can select the plan depending upon the website and your needs. If you want a custom header, custom footer, 404-page, single post template, and popup, and other elements, you will need the pro version.

Select A theme

Now, you can see an empty installation. Go to the backend of WordPress to activate a theme. In the dashboard, you go to ‘Appearance’ and then click on ‘Themes.’ You can choose from many WordPress themes available.

Edit New Pages With Elementor

When your theme is active, head over to the ‘Pages’ menu on the left hand side and delete all the existing pages. With all the pages deleted, you can create your new pages. Click on ‘Add New’ and then edit it with Elemetor. You can create pages according to your requirements. For example, you can create a Home, About, Contact, or Service page.

Add Widget

Each Elementor page consists of columns, sections, and widgets. Sections divide the page into horizontal rows, while the columns divide each section into vertical columns. The pink icon with a plus sign reveals different structure options you can pick from.

Change Background Image

Click on one of the sections to go to the settings. Go to the ‘Style’ tab, and click on the background image. Now, choose an image and press ‘Insert Media.’

Change Fonts

Go to the heading widget and click on it to open the heading settings on the left panel. Click on the ‘Style’ tab, and switch on ‘Typography.’ You can browse through the various fonts under ‘Family’ and choose the font family for your website.

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Install WordPress

Now that everything is ready, you can start creating your website. For that, you’ll have to install WordPress. The steps vary from hosting provider to provider, depending upon the panel. Read the instructions provided by the hosting provider to install WordPress.

Install Elementor Pro

Next, install Elementor Pro from the official website. You can pick the free plan or the Elementor pro plan. In the Pro plan, five plans are offered by the Elementor. You can select the plan depending upon the website and your needs. If you want a custom header, custom footer, 404-page, single post template, and popup, and other elements, you will need the pro version.

Select A theme

Now, you can see an empty installation. Go to the backend of WordPress to activate a theme. In the dashboard, you go to ‘Appearance’ and then click on ‘Themes.’ You can choose from many WordPress themes available.

Edit New Pages With Elementor

When your theme is active, head over to the ‘Pages’ menu on the left hand side and delete all the existing pages. With all the pages deleted, you can create your new pages. Click on ‘Add New’ and then edit it with Elemetor. You can create pages according to your requirements. For example, you can create a Home, About, Contact, or Service page.

Add Widget

Each Elementor page consists of columns, sections, and widgets. Sections divide the page into horizontal rows, while the columns divide each section into vertical columns. The pink icon with a plus sign reveals different structure options you can pick from.

Change Background Image

Click on one of the sections to go to the settings. Go to the ‘Style’ tab, and click on the background image. Now, choose an image and press ‘Insert Media.’

Change Fonts

Go to the heading widget and click on it to open the heading settings on the left panel. Click on the ‘Style’ tab, and switch on ‘Typography.’ You can browse through the various fonts under ‘Family’ and choose the font family for your website.

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Install WordPress

Now that everything is ready, you can start creating your website. For that, you’ll have to install WordPress. The steps vary from hosting provider to provider, depending upon the panel. Read the instructions provided by the hosting provider to install WordPress.

Install Elementor Pro

Next, install Elementor Pro from the official website. You can pick the free plan or the Elementor pro plan. In the Pro plan, five plans are offered by the Elementor. You can select the plan depending upon the website and your needs. If you want a custom header, custom footer, 404-page, single post template, and popup, and other elements, you will need the pro version.

Select A theme

Now, you can see an empty installation. Go to the backend of WordPress to activate a theme. In the dashboard, you go to ‘Appearance’ and then click on ‘Themes.’ You can choose from many WordPress themes available.

Edit New Pages With Elementor

When your theme is active, head over to the ‘Pages’ menu on the left hand side and delete all the existing pages. With all the pages deleted, you can create your new pages. Click on ‘Add New’ and then edit it with Elemetor. You can create pages according to your requirements. For example, you can create a Home, About, Contact, or Service page.

Add Widget

Each Elementor page consists of columns, sections, and widgets. Sections divide the page into horizontal rows, while the columns divide each section into vertical columns. The pink icon with a plus sign reveals different structure options you can pick from.

Change Background Image

Click on one of the sections to go to the settings. Go to the ‘Style’ tab, and click on the background image. Now, choose an image and press ‘Insert Media.’

Change Fonts

Go to the heading widget and click on it to open the heading settings on the left panel. Click on the ‘Style’ tab, and switch on ‘Typography.’ You can browse through the various fonts under ‘Family’ and choose the font family for your website.

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Install WordPress

Now that everything is ready, you can start creating your website. For that, you’ll have to install WordPress. The steps vary from hosting provider to provider, depending upon the panel. Read the instructions provided by the hosting provider to install WordPress.

Install Elementor Pro

Next, install Elementor Pro from the official website. You can pick the free plan or the Elementor pro plan. In the Pro plan, five plans are offered by the Elementor. You can select the plan depending upon the website and your needs. If you want a custom header, custom footer, 404-page, single post template, and popup, and other elements, you will need the pro version.

Select A theme

Now, you can see an empty installation. Go to the backend of WordPress to activate a theme. In the dashboard, you go to ‘Appearance’ and then click on ‘Themes.’ You can choose from many WordPress themes available.

Edit New Pages With Elementor

When your theme is active, head over to the ‘Pages’ menu on the left hand side and delete all the existing pages. With all the pages deleted, you can create your new pages. Click on ‘Add New’ and then edit it with Elemetor. You can create pages according to your requirements. For example, you can create a Home, About, Contact, or Service page.

Add Widget

Each Elementor page consists of columns, sections, and widgets. Sections divide the page into horizontal rows, while the columns divide each section into vertical columns. The pink icon with a plus sign reveals different structure options you can pick from.

Change Background Image

Click on one of the sections to go to the settings. Go to the ‘Style’ tab, and click on the background image. Now, choose an image and press ‘Insert Media.’

Change Fonts

Go to the heading widget and click on it to open the heading settings on the left panel. Click on the ‘Style’ tab, and switch on ‘Typography.’ You can browse through the various fonts under ‘Family’ and choose the font family for your website.

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