In this tutorial Andy Tran explains you how to create a Page-Specific Alert Banner using the Divi Code Module. This can be used to notify your users about something going on in your site…
Recently I’ve seen a number of folk ask how to reproduce the scrolling image effect that seems to becoming more popular these days so I decided to figure it out and create a tutorial on how to do it. You can check it out on in here…
ET recently updated their own documentation and it got them thinking that this might be an issue many in the community are interested in for their own products/services….
“I had a go at writing something about extending the clickable area in blurbs to include the body text as well. Hope this is useful to someone…”
“We don’t know why the default for Divi Blog Modules in Grid layout uses three columns only. We suspect that, given the default word count for blog excerpts, using four colums would have made blog grids look very narrow (and very tall). This article is going to…..”
“Blurb modules are incredibly handy because they package up an image and some text into one module. This makes it easy to move them around and to style them. We will use some CSS to achieve the effect we are looking for. We strongly recommend you use a child theme for this…”
“In this tutorial we will aim to use a page from our website as a 404 error page but to do this without needing a plugin. We will be able to create and edit the error page ourselves using Divi Builder etc…”
“When you write a title it’s a reasonably assumption that it is only going to take up one line. But that isn’t always the case and if the row is narrowed, the title may wrap onto a second line, pushing everything below it down the page and miss-aligning other elements…”