Breadcrumbs are there to help make website navigation easy and seamless by showing your location on a website. In other words, Breadcrumb is a type of secondary navigation scheme that provides a “trail” of web pages you’ve visited and show you a complete “hierarchy” of these pages on the website

To implement this on your website, just drag and drop the Breadcrumb element to all the pages you want and you are good to go.

After right-clicking on a Breadcrumb, you’ll notice various options.

Settings

Customize things to better suit your style by heading to Settings.

Settings - You can change the Color and Hover Color of your text picking the desired ones from the palette.
Customize the Font Size, Distance between labels and the Letter spacing by moving the controllers respectively.

Alignment - To change alignment settings of the element, click the ‘Alignment’ icon and choose the desired position: top, center, bottom.

Visibility Settings - It enables making a certain Element/Block appear on Desktop, Mobile only, or everywhere by default. Simply hit Visibility Settings and choose the desired option from the dropdown menu to get full control over the Visibility of the elements on your page.

Next comes Location visibility. Include or exclude specific cities or countries or set the appropriate Custom IP.

Mind the Session visibility as well. The latter one, allows to make certain elements visible only to the logged in users of your website. This works well with User Account element and can come in handy if you want to hide some content from users until they sign up to your website.

Delete - If you don't need the Element anymore, Click ‘Trash’ to remove it from your page in a blink of an eye.


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