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Create the Ken Burns Effect with Divi

The “Ken Burns Effect” was named after American Documentarian Ken Burns for the way he made still images seem to come alive in his movies through a combination of panning and zooming techniques. The effect’s popularity has grown to extend well beyond film and television to just…..

Growing and Shrinking Background Image in Divi

Learn how to have your Section background image grow and shrink on hover. Also learn how to utilize multiple backgrounds….

Repeatable background pattern in section

How can we use a background pattern as a repeatable image in Divi — as an example using a background pattern from something like Subtle Patterns?

Separate Backgrounds for Divi Pricing Tables

This quick tip will show you how to have separate background images or colors on your Divi pricing tables….

Growing & Shrinking Background Image in Divi

Learn how to have your Section background image grow and shrink on hover. Also learn how to utilize multiple backgrounds…

Semi-Transparent Background Overlay on CTA Modules

“Here’s a quick Divi Theme tip, for giving your CTA module a “faded out” background image. Step 1: Set up your CTA Module I’ll assume you’re sufficiently familiar with Divi to create a CTA module, adding a title, text, button, etc., as necessary. Go ahead and do that…”

Full Width Header Clickable Background Image

I saw this asked in a Facebook group and I have recently been asked to provide a step by step on how to add the functionality to a divi full width header module

This was only intended to be a quick fix solution and will only work if you have a free button from the two available in the full width header module. If both buttons are in use you will need to find another solution….

Adding Color Overlays to Background Images

I have a text module, that I have tweaked to have 100% height and width in 2 column row. So two blocks side by side. The problem is, with the TEXT module, you do not have an option of a background color overlay, with an image. And for good reason, technically you’d have to make the image semi-transparent to achieve this. But, there is always a way around it….

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