By Stephen Walker

Icons can be a great design element to help guide users and provide visual interest. Avada provides a variety of ways to use icons, but occasionally, it is no intuitive. Click on over to the demo page for some examples of using the icon element.

This could be the first in a series of sample, but it will depend on your feedback.

Originally published on January 26, 2022

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