You are the lucky one if you decide to create a WordPress website with the help of Elementor. This page builder offers an impressive set of widgets that increases the functionality of the website. Plus, different widgets contribute to the interaction between you and your visitors.
With the help of such elements, you can share useful information about your projects, company, employees, special offers, etc. Furthermore, the choice of widgets is wide enough to use them for many purposes.
For instance, you can add different icons, buttons, tabs, counters, alerts, images, videos, audio files, and more. In general, Elementor Page Builder offers its users choices from among 28 widgets. By the way, you can also add a progress bar to let your visitors know the state of the project, for example. In fact, you can use progress bars for any purpose, just to visualize the progression of a certain project, action, operation, etc.
In this article, you will find out how to add a pie chart circle progress with Elementor Page Builder. So, check out this tutorial to add this graphic control element to your site!
Step 1. Download JetElements Plugin and open Elementor
By the end of the article, you will be able to create something like this:
In fact, Elementor is so easy to use that you will definitely be able to create a pie chart in a matter of minutes. Start the clock!
You don’t have to leave Elementor to create a chart. Still, for this purpose, you will need a JetElements plugin. You can purchase this add-on here.
So, as the first step, you should open Elementor and go to the Elements section.
There, you will find a Circle Progress widget. It goes along with a JetElements plugin.
Step 2. Customize the Content Settings
When you click to the Circle Progress widget, you will see this picture.
On the left side of the page, you will see the window where you can change the values of the chart. It is divided into three sections where you can work with Content, Style, and Advanced Features. For instance, you can choose the progress values type or change the current percent. With its help, the progress chart will always be updated.
In the Settings, you can change the circle size, value stroke width, background stroke width, and animation duration. See how the circle will look like if you replace the number 185 to 400 in the Circle Size field:
Now, I change the size to 400:
The value stroke width on both of the images is 7. Now, I will make it two times fewer than the circle size – 200. Plus, I will set a zero background because we don’t need it right now:
The Content Settings are for the percent and the title. You can set the title and the subtitle. The percent can be inside or outside the circle. I changed the percent position to the outside one because on the image above you can’t see anything:
This is a basic pie chart. You can make it fancy if you move to the Style section.
Step 3. Make up a Style for your Pie Chart
Now, it’s time to make the chart suitable for the style of your site. Firstly, you can change the color of the chart. For this purpose, you should click to the Value Stroke Type. The color can be only one choice or you can make the chart into a gradient and combine two colors.
You can also customize the content style. It’s possible to change the style of titles, subtitles, and percent. You can work with the color, typography, padding, and change the prefix and suffix settings.
You can also set a background for your chart. You should come back to the Content Settings (Step 1) and replace 0 background with another number, e.g. 200.
You will get this:
Then you should go to the Style section. There, you can customize the background stroke type and color.
As a result, you will get this:
Step 4. Enjoy!
Good job! Your pie chart is ready. This one was created in 5 minutes but if you spend a little bit more time, you can create a unique masterpiece for your website 🙂
Everything is super easy with Elementor and the result is worth a few minutes of your time!
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