Mar 14, 2019

Mynx Addons for Elementor

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Mynx is a divisions / elements framework for Elementor page builder

  • Can be reissued for your theme with a few clicks on one settings page (all typography, colors, borders, shadows)
  • Work with any theme without conflict
  • Can be used within Elementor page
  • Form submission notification, confirmation instruction, automatic feedback
  • Use pre-made framework or create design from scratch
  • Build page with mouse or link to HTML source

Plugin works via Page Builder by AZEXO

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No code knowledge required - Build pages with the mouse

40+ Types of elements and 100+ different sections and elements

Main global settings

  • Fire color
  • Main Google font
  • Main border color
  • Main boundary width
  • Main boundary radius

Header global settings

  • Header google font
  • heading Color
  • Heading font size
  • Heading line height
  • capital Weight

Paragraph global settings

  • Paragraph color
  • Paragraph font size
  • Paragraaflynhoogte
  • Paragraph letter weight

Builder Features

  • CSS style – quick editing
  • Responsive design – quick editing
  • Unlimited built-in layouts
  • Parallax background
  • Video background
  • Gradient background
  • Vormverdelers
  • Layered overlays
  • WordPress Widgets – support
  • Any masonry layouts – quickly built
  • Any slider layouts – quickly built
  • Contact form – Quickly built with any layout
  • Anchors menu – quickly built
  • Sticky header – quickly built with any layout
  • Classic table – fast built with any content
  • Hover overlay – fast built with any layout and animations
  • Modal Dialogue – Quickly build with any layout
  • Scroll animation – simple and flexible
  • Pages template – with head and footer capability

Updates log

linked to online demo library


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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