Spookify Your Website!
1. Add A Spooky Background to a Hero Image
Using spooky scenic backgrounds you can set the scene. Great background images include silhouettes Halloween, graveyards, haunted houses, and much more.
You can find spooky background images to use online in Canva or pixabay
Below, using Elementor, I have set the background of rain (youtube video) and an overlay of a graveyard scene.
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2. Add Spooky Fonts
Using fonts can be very effective and a very easy change to make, but remember try to only change the title font and not body as you want your text to still be readable. Check out these 4 spooky fonts..
3. Use Spooky Colours
Halloween puts me in mind of black and orange, dark skies using gradients of back and dark blue, contrasting black with yellow or orange writing, but you can get creative as you like, there are many colour pallettes to be found online
for example, check out this colour palette from Canva.
Below I have used #E39D28 for the writing and icon colours
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4. Spookify Your Forms
Another changeable element within your site is your forms.
Why not bring your form back to life by changing the fields background to black, include some spooky fonts, add a spooky background or a halloween image.
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5. Spookify Your Logo
There are plenty of changes you can do to your logo, ideas include changing the font, adding spooky images or change the colour.
6. Add A Halloween Image
You can get spooky adding vampires, witches or pumpkin.
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Halloween is also great idea to add holiday theme campaign, sale, discount etc get creative with your landing pages, pop ups and blog posts.