Do you want to add two different colors on a heading in Elementor? Duel color heading can make your website more attractive that can easily attract audiences. Using the Elementor you can easily create a dual color heading to your website pages.
There are different ways to customize the heading text. Multicolor heading text will make it more eye-catching. But to make a multicolor heading you need to have a good CSS experience. But you can easily add a multicolor heading using Elementor. The free version of Elementor doesn’t have any widgets to style your heading. So let’s see how you can create a multicolor heading.
Use two different colors on a heading in Elementor
You need to install the Absolute Addons, one of the best addons for Elementor page builders to create a multicolor heading. This plugin is fully compatible with Elementor and offers so many widgets with advanced features and functionalities. Luckily the Multicolor Heading widgets is a free widget, so you don’t need to spend any money for that.
Install and activate the Absolute Addons and then open up a page where you want to add the multicolor header. Now create a section by clicking on the “+” icon on Elementor and then from the block section of the left bar search for Multi-Color Heading. Drag the Multi-Color Heading block and drop it into your created section.
Now from the Multi-Color Heading Style menu, you can select the styles. After that add subtitle, style number, title, icon alignment, and width.
Move on to the style tab to style up your heading. Here you will find the following style option.
Set subtitle typography, color, border, width, padding and margin for your subtitle.
Set number typography, gradient color and margin.
Set your icon gradient color, icon size, and margin from here.
Add title typography, color, border color padding, and margin for the header title.
This is how your dual-color heading will look-
Following the process, you will be able to add a dual-color heading to your website. You can see our other articles to learn How to set the Accordion widget closed by default in Elementor
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