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The CSS required to do this is pinned πŸ“Œ to the top comment.

Change the Colors (and More) of Icons, Headings, Text When Hovering Over the Container in Elementor – https://youtu.be/hRgRurQxw6s
Adding Custom Hover Effects to Containers, Sections and Columns in Elementor – Rotate, Scale, Move – https://youtu.be/1JuZD-en3oo
Elementor Units Explained – How and When You Should Use PX, REM, EM, %, VH and VW – https://youtu.be/wKLXXE3Tq_c

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Revealing or showing something on hover is a very cool, very practical effect. We’re going to go over how you can reveal anything when you hover over the container it’s in – text, icons, images, even whole containers. Which includes anything that is inside of those containers, which means you can use this reveal effect for any kind of content. You can even show products on hover, which will help you make your online store more interesting.

And the effect can be horizontal or vertical. I personally love using it to create cool, interesting menus or clickable content.

We’re going to take a look at how you can do this in Elementor directly but since this is a CSS effect, you can use it anywhere, including with other WordPress page builders. It’s very simple and once you understand the logic behind it, you can replicate it and use it on any one of your websites.

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00:00 – Intro
00:44 – Horizontal reveal effect setup
02:00 – Adding in the CSS
02:29 – Explaining the CSS
04:40 – Adjusting the CSS
05:26 – Adjusting the speed
05:36 – Applying the effect to multiple containers
06:00 – Vertical reveal effect setup
07:11 – Adding in the CSS, preparing the content
08:08 – Adjusting the CSS
08:56 – Fixing the page movement issue
09:30 – Making the horizontal reveal responsive
10:59 – Making the vertical reveal responsive
11:45 – Making the containers clickable

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