By Stephen Walker

I ran across the EarthShare website over the holidays and really like the simple, clean look. Similar to a couple of the Theme Fusion demo sites, but this was built with Elementor and a couple of other plugins.

I liked the use of the very small waves used (section separators) and wanted to know if Avada could b made to look the same. The answer is, mostly. Elementor has some control features that give you more control and different SVG files, but it is really easy to replicate many.

I created a sample page that mirrored a lot of the features without creating multiple pages. Using the custom layout features it is very easy to create these various examples. This page uses no custom CSS.

Originally published on January 3, 2022

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