Adding hotspots to an image adds a little bit of interactivity to your site. If the hotspots are well chosen, they can engage your visitors and hopefully help turn them into customers. In this tutorial you’re going to learn about an image hotspot plugin for WordPress that is easy to use, free and Elementor compatible.
You’ve probably watched a tutorial or two about third party add-ons for Elementor that add image hotspots.
Those add-ons are almost always premium, this image hotspot plugin is free. Image hotspots are similar to image maps, but there are some key differences.
I have an image map tutorial here if you way to check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qB8R4X7ZtEQ&list=PLlgSvQqMfii7aN-XeBQ1qdFYsL892rAw7
This is the plugin we used in this tutorial (Image Hotspot by DevVN): https://en-ca.wordpress.org/plugins/devvn-image-hotspot/
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