Here’s a common situation that occurs when using Elementor. You create a one-column section, drag a widget into it, and set the column background to a color or an image. Later, you delete the widget, and BAM! Your background disappears too! That might not be what you wanted to have happen. It’s okay though, you can easily solve this problem.
Using Elementor: How To Have A Column Background Color or Image With No Text or Other Element Showing On Top
- Add a spacer element to the column, if necessary. Something has to be in the column, for a column’s background to show, even if that something is invisible, like a spacer element is.
- There is no step two. This is all it takes.
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