Add depth to your page elements with Layered Shadows

Designer Powerup gives advanced control over drop shadow allowing you to create a visual hierarchy and impression of depth.

Designer Powerup for Elementor - Layered Shadows

A single shadow layer is not always enough

When you want to emulate light sources and give dimension to your elements, a single shadow layer is not good enough for that purpose because real-world shadows work differently.

They go from dark near the element edges and gets lighter and smooth towards the end. This perspective of distance can only be achieved with multiple shadow layers on the web.

Before Designer Powerup, to achieve this, you’d have to experiment, write and modify a bunch of CSS until it reflects the desired shadow, which is very time-conusming and also cumbersome.

With Designer Powerup, you can use the easy control interface to create and arrange shadow layers and create the desired shadow and distance perspective very quickly.

Emulate life-like shadow and distance perspective

Add multiple shadow layers to create a depth similar to that in the real-world, which lets your element pop out and give a sense of visual hierarchy.

Apply on parent, or child

You are no longer limited to only applying shadows on the container, which is one of the biggest limitations of default shadow controls in Elementor.

With Layered shadows, you can target any element of your choice.

Layered Shadows - Apply on Child Element

Apply on text directly

You can select any container (section or column) and apply shadows to text directly. 

This will apply the shadow to all the text elements inside that container. 

Layered Shadows - Apply on Text



Get creative and use layered shadows on buttons in various ways. 

Achieve Neumorphism Effect

With Layered Shadows, you can achieve neumorphism/skeumorphism effect in Elementor without writing any CSS!

Pricing Table
$ 49

The future is already here — it’s just not very evenly distributed.



Layered Shadow - Designer Powerup for Elementor

General Questions about Layered Shadows

How many shadow layers can I add?

You can add as many layers of shadow as you want. Though, we wouldn’t recommend adding more than 5-6 layers.

Can I add different shadow layers for normal and hover states?

Yes, you can create different shadows for both normal and hover states.

What effects can I control of the shadow layer?

You can control and fine-tune all the attributes of the box shadow, i.e. horizontal and vertical position, blur, offset, and spread.

Can I reorder shadow layers?

Yes, you can reorder, duplicate, or delete shadow layers.

Ready to take advantage of the power of shadow in your designs?

Give it a shot and experience the awesomeness by yourself.
Your purchase is backed by a 14 days money back guarantee. No obligations.

Other advanced styling features: