Elementor How to Create a Lottie Widget Download Button

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Elementor How to Create a Lottie Widget Download Button


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Elementor How to Create a Lottie Widget Download Button

In this tutorial, we will show you how to create a Lottie widget download button in Elementor. To do this, you first need to install the free Lottie Widget plugin from the WordPress.org repository.

Once installed and activated, open the Page Builder editor for your page where you want to add the download button.

In the Elementor editor, click on the ‘+’ icon to add a new widget. Then select the Lottie Widget from the list of available widgets.

A panel with configurable options will appear in the right sidebar.

From here, you can customize various settings like animation speed, loop type, and the download button’s position.

Under the ‘Content’ tab, you can upload a Lottie file for your animation or select one from the WordPress media library.

Next, open up the ‘Style’ tab to customize the look and feel of your download button.

You can adjust settings like background color, border radius, and font size. Finally, click on the ‘Publish’ button to make your download button visible to your visitors.

Now you have a beautiful Lottie animation with a fully functional download button on your page!

Your users can now easily access the content you’ve made available for them within just a few clicks.


Lottie is a great way to add animation to your website. One way you can use Lottie is to create a widget that downloads a button.

To do this, you’ll need to create a folder on your server called “lottie” (without the quotes). Next, upload the following three files to that folder:

1) “button.json” – this is the Lottie file that will be used for the button.

2) “preview.html” – this is a preview file that you can use to preview the button.

3) “script.js” – this is the script that will be used to load the button on your web page.

Now, you can use the following code to insert the button onto your web page:

The button will appear on your web page. When clicked, it will download the “button.json” file.

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