This is a post by trgreer written for trgwebdev blog. He discuss about Add Pinch and Zoom on Mobile Devices to Divi…
This is a post by Dan written for divi booster blog. He discuss about Changing the Website Content Width on Mobiles….
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….”
“This is a post by kary4 of Elegant Themes support team written for his GitHub repo. He discuss about how to create different layout for small screens in divi. Here’s an excerpt of the article,
If some of your modules don’t fit perfectly on small screens, or you want to use different layout for small screens then you can add additional modules that will be shown only only small screens….”
“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…”
“Making sure your WordPress website is mobile ready has never been more critical. After all, mobile users now make up the majority of online traffic. That means you have to do everything in your power to make sure their experience is as good as possible….”
Today we are going to show you two ways you can change Divi’s column stacking order on mobile Devices…..
“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…”