The Image element allows you to display images in various styles, sizes, and use more other settings. It also offers many features like a caption, switch image on hover, add URL to the image, etc. You can change the image size, set parallax effect and opacity, add border around the image and other settings.
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Displaying an Image Element
To add an Image element to a page:
|Image||Adds an image on the page.
|Caption||Adds caption text under the image.
|Link||Sets a custom link for the image or to the media file.|
|Switch on Hover||Sets a custom image upon hover.
|Image Size||Sets image source size between the WordPress Image sizes or define a custom size. More information can be found here. This is different than the Size option in the Style tab.|
You can also have the Hover Effect (in case the “Switch on hover” option was not enabled in the Content Tab) and Loop animation (in case you didn’t have the Hover Effect).
|Size||Sets the size of the image in pixels or percent.
|Opacity||Sets the opacity of the image.
|Parallax Scroll||Sets a parallax scroll effect for the image.|
|Alignment||Aligns the image on a page.|
|Border Type||Sets a type of border for the image.|
|Width||Sets the width of the border.|
|Border Radius||Sets a custom radius for the border.|
|Color||Sets the border color.|
|Box Shadow||Sets the shadow around the image.
This setting appears if you enter caption text in the “Content” tab.
|Alignment||Aligns the caption on a page.|
|Text Color||Sets the caption color.|
|Typography||Let’s you change and style everything related to the caption text.
You can choose to have different settings on different screen sizes for some of the Image element options. Whenever you see this icon, it means that you can choose different screen size and freely change that options for your specific resolution.
At first you’ll see the icon for desktop layout only
But when you click that icon, you’ll get two more layouts: for tablet and phone.
To learn more about it, please check this article.