Photo Scroller

The7 “Photo Scroller” widget allows showcasing images nicely (fig. 1):

Fig. 1. Photo Scroller.

Fig. 1. Photo Scroller.


Under the “Images” tab (fig. 2.1), you can select the images, filling mode, max width, min-width, etc.

Fig. 2.1. Image tab.

Fig. 2.1. Image tab.

Filling mode:

  • contain – the image fits inside the container, and there may be some blank spaces;
  • cover – the image covers the entire container, but the image may get cropped.

You can configure this accordingly for landscape and portrait images and for different devices to match your needs.

“Scroller” tab allows to configure scroller height (fig. 2.2):

Fig. 2.2. Scroller tab.

Fig. 2.2. Scroller tab.

“Arrows” tab allows to enable/disable arrows for different devices.

“Thumbnails” tab give an ability to show/hide thumbnails and select thumbnails position and size (fig. 2.3).

Fig. 2.2. Thumbnails settings.

Fig. 2.3. Thumbnails settings.

Configure if you want to display title, description, alt, etc. in the “Content” tab (fig. 2.4):

Fig. 2.3. Content settings.

Fig. 2.4. Content settings.

Additional options” tab allows to configure autoplay settings.


Fig. 3.1. Style settings.

Fig. 3.1. Style settings.

Under the “Image” tab (fig. 3.1), you can configure the:

  • image paddings for different devices;
  • pixel overlay;
  • inactive image opacity.

“Navigation & Thumbnails” allows to configure:

  • thumbnail background;
  • button background;
  • icon color.

Under the “Arrows” tab, you can select arrow icon images, size, style and position (fig. .3.2):

Fig. 3.2. Arrows tab.

Fig. 3.2. Arrows tab.


Advanced section contains standard Elementor settings. More info is available here.