Listing Category: Mobile Display

How to enable search on mobiles for Centered and Centered Inline Logo headers

This is a post by Ivan Chi written for divicio blog. He discuss about Enabling Search on Mobile for Divi Centered and Centered Inline Logo Headers….

Match Desktop & Mobile Menu Bar in Divi

This is a post by Donjete written for elegant themes blog. Creating a mobile menu that matches your desktop menu can be a challenge for some. In this tutorial writer shares a simple method for doing just that….

Creating a responsive navigation menu in Divi

This is a post by Jason written for elegant themes blog. In this tutorial writer shares his solutions to the problem of crowded mobile navigation menus. A common problem for many designers….

Inline mobile header without Select Page text in Divi

This is a post by Ivan written for divicio blog. He discuss about how to make Divi Centered and Centered Inline Logo header bars look like the Default header bar on mobile….

How to Add Pinch and Zoom on Mobile Devices to Divi

This is a post by trgreer written for trgwebdev blog. He discuss about Add Pinch and Zoom on Mobile Devices to Divi…

How to change Website Content Width on Mobiles

This is a post by Dan written for divi booster blog. He discuss about Changing the Website Content Width on Mobiles….

How to Increase the size of Divi Mobile Logo and Mobile Menu Text

This is a post by Robert Hobson written for divi notes blog. He discuss about Increasing The Size Of Your Divi Mobile Logo And Mobile Menu Text. Here’s an excerpt of the article,
“In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to use a different logo image for your Divi site and also how to change the mobile logo size and increase the letter spacing and font size of the mobile menu text. Switching out the logo and increasing it’s size on smaller…”

Adjust columns in Divi mobile view

This is a post by Rebekah Ralston written for fibonacci design lab blog. She discuss about Divi, media queries and how to make columns 2×2 in mobile. Here’s an excerpt of the article,
“Divi is a wonderful, versatile and mobile ready theme. However, some might wish it were a little more flexible when it comes to it’s mobile layout. By default, all columns become their own row when viewed on a mobile device. If you have one row of four columns on a desktop, you end up with four rows in one column on mobile. This makes the page four times as long and therefore, may not be ideal….”