If you’re looking to make your Elementor columns sticky, you’ve come to the right place. Making your Elementor columns sticky is a great way to make sure your content is always visible to your readers. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the steps of making your Elementor column sticky.
The first step is to open your Elementor page. Once you’ve done that, click on the column you want to make sticky. This will open a new window with the column settings. In the column settings, you’ll find the “Sticky” option. Click on the checkbox to enable the sticky option.
Once you’ve enabled the sticky option, you’ll need to configure the settings. The first setting you’ll need to configure is the “Sticky Offset”. This setting determines how far from the top of the page your column will stick. You can set this to any value you’d like.
The next setting you’ll need to configure is the “Sticky Behaviour”. This setting determines how the column will behave when it’s scrolled to the top of the page. You can choose from three options: “Stick to Top”, “Stick to Bottom”, and “Stick to Both”.
Finally, you’ll need to configure the “Sticky Breakpoint”. This setting determines at what screen size the column will become sticky. You can choose from three options: “Always Sticky”, “Sticky on Desktop”, and “Sticky on Tablet”.
Once you’ve configured all the settings, click the “Save” button to save your changes. Your Elementor column is now sticky!
We hope this blog post has helped you make your Elementor column sticky. If you have any questions or need help with anything else, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re here to help!