Two snippets to change behaviors and usability of the Avada table of contents element.
Another custom accordion example using pseudo element.
Adding dynamic data to a toggle in Avada is easier than you think.
Using Avada elements in the block editor to optimize tips and tricks.
In a recent project and for this site's new menu, I needed to change the default of the toggle heading and place the icon on the right side but not pushed the full width of the toggle panel. Fortunately, this is easy to do with a couple of lines of CSS.
One of the best things about Avada is the flexibility to create custom variations of elements and save them to the library for later use.