“Today I’m going help you locate Divi’s responsive breakpoints and show you how to use media queries in your CSS to fine tune your design. I’ll even give you a list of Divi’s media queries you can use as a reference for future changes…”
“In this post, I will be showing you how to change the length of Divi’s automatic excerpts, whether you are using the Blog Module or standard blog template to display your posts. I will also show you how to generate manual excerpts for your individual posts….”
Do you have a website? If you have one, then I am sure you are well aware of the term, hosting platform. If not, then maybe you are new to this business, let me enlighten you a bit. A hosting platform or a web hosting service enables individuals to take their business online. Web hosting service come in different forms ranging from shared servers to virtual private servers. However, today I am going to shed light on a new concept that has recently gained considerable attention in the digital world.
Divi’s Role Editor is a magnificently easy-to-use solution for client hand-off. With its simple interface, you can easily enable and disable permission settings for each of the user roles giving you full control over what the client can see and use inside the Divi Builder….
In this article, we’ll introduce you to three small (yet significant) Divi module elements you may have overlooked. We’ll tell you how to find them, before teaching you how they can help you build even better websites. However, before we jump in, let’s talk for a minute about Divi modules in general….
Business consulting is as popular as ever and is growing every day. With that growth comes the need for new websites. Fortunately there are several websites of business consultants that were built with Divi to provide design inspiration for your next business consultant project. In this article we will take a look at 10 examples of business consultant websites built with Divi to help spark the imagination of any Divi designer….
To remove the Divi shortcodes, add this code to your theme’s functions.php file….
“Today I’m going to show you how to target and apply more than one style to the cards that make up your blog grid using custom CSS. I’ll show you how to apply a different style to every other card, creating a checkered effect. I’ll also show you how to style your cards differently by row and how to target and style any individual card by itself….”
Today, I’m going to show you how to design your single blog post like the new Elegant Themes blog posts. This requires a few modifications to the default post template and some custom CSS. After you implement this new design, you will be able to use the default editor or the Divi Builder for you blog post and still keep the same new design….