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Super Background Effect

Super Background Effects from Super Elements for Elementor is to show your elements background flawlessly and adjust how they look on your page.

Super Background Effect Sample

In the picture below you can view Super Background Effect sample

How to Enable Super Background Effect

Super Background Effect can be applied to any section, inner section, column as well as any element such as text widget, menu, button, image etc. Super Background works best if the applied element’s parent element has a background image.

Simply Enable the Background Effect Toggle to enable. Click on the pen to get background effect changing options.

Background Effect Options

  • Blur – Blur is a term used to portray UI plan that stresses light or dim articles, put on top of bright foundations.
  • Brightness – Brightness is a visual insight wherein a source seems, by all accounts, to be reflecting lights.
  • Contrast – Contrast can be simply explained as the difference between maximum and minimum pixel intensity in an image
  • Grayscale – A grayscale image is basically one in which the main tones are shades of black and white.
  • Invert – flips the pixels that make up the points on the screen. Ends up with a screen where all the colors are the opposite—light colors turn to darker ones, darker color turns into lighter ones.
  • SepiaSomething that is sepia is profound brown in shading, similar to the shade of extremely old photos.
  • Saturation – Color saturation in an image refers to the intensity of the color on an image.
  • Hue – Hue are comprised of the three primary tones (red, blue, and yellow) and the three secondary tones (orange, green, and violet) that show up in the shading wheel or shading circle.