As of Avada 7.0, you will also find the Element Sticky Visibility option in some Elements. This is a dependent option which only appears if the parent Container is set to Sticky. It allows you to determine when the Element will be visible, based on whether the Container it is in, is in Sticky mode or not. You can choose from Normal and Sticky visibility, and by default, they are both selected, meaning the Element is always visible. But if you deselect the Normal option, the Element will ONLY be visible when the parent Container is in Sticky mode.
This can be used in a number of creative ways, particularly with Header Layouts, but generally as well. The Column Element has this option as well, and in the above example with an individual Sticky Container, you would set the Column Element Visibility to only sticky, so the entire Column would only display when the parent Container went into Sticky mode.
An example of this technique can be seen in New Header 5, one of the Prebuilt Headers for Layouts. In this Layout, as you can see below, there are two Containers, with the second one being set to Sticky. The two outside Columns on the second Container have their Element Visibility set to Sticky only, and so in the normal state of the Container, these two Columns, and the Elements inside them, are not visible, but when the Sticky Container activates, the logo and the Woo Menu suddenly appear in the Container.
Currently, this option is only available for the Columns, Nested Columns, Alert, Breadcrumbs, Button, Icon, Image, Menu, Search, Separator, Sharing Box, Social Links, Title, and Text Block Elements.