by Adam Preiser updated July 29, 2019

How To Add Animated Text To Elementor Keep Visitors Focused On Your Message


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If you need your website to grab your visitors attention, then having animated text could be just what you need.

For example, look at my homepage, notice anything? That's right, animated text. I have been using animated text since 2016, but up until now, it has been hard to do.

And a newly released Elementor feature will make it incredibly easy to do.


Elementor is a WordPress page builder that has taken WordPress web design by storm. It has the deepest feature set, yet is very easy to use and master. Elementor is the most full-featured free page builder. There is also a Pro add-on to add additional developer features.

Key Elementor Features:

  • Live Front End Page Editor
  • Website Personalication Features
  • Template & Block Library
  • Extensive Mobile Responsive Options
  • Most Powerful Popup Builder
  • PRO Create Custom Headers / Footers
  • PRO Create Post Type Layouts

Elementor is the strongest page builder currently available. They consistently release new features that are in line with current design trends. This means you will be able to keep your website relevant.

Elementor Pro is an incredible value considering all the additional modules and power features that it includes.

If I were starting a new website project today, Elementor would be the page builder that I would choose. I consider it a must have WordPress page builder that is a pleasure to use.

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  1. I have a static header that stays at the top of the screen when you scroll. However, when I add an animated headline, that text “rides” over the header when I scroll down. Is there a solution to this?

    1. You have to use something called z-index to prevent this from happening. So increate it for your header or lower it for the animated text.

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