This is a post by Adam written for adam haworth blog. He discuss about How to filter posts in Divi using the same effect as the portfolio filter module….
This is a post by Donjete Vuniqi written for elegant themes blog. She discuss about How to Create a Medium Style Blog with Divi….
This is a post by John Hughes written for elegant themes blog. He discuss about How to Color Code Divi Blog Posts by Author. This is a fun one and a great way to differentiate your Divi blog. Here’s an excerpt of the article,
“In this article, we’re going to talk more about why you may want to color code your Divi blog posts, and how to do it in two simple steps. It’s time for a new coat of paint….”
“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…..”
“A few months ago we wrote about how to add a zoom effect to Divi images on mouse hover. It turns out that it is even easier to do this with Divi Blog modules. This is because the Blog featured image is already sitting inside a container and it is this ‘parent container’ that can be used to constrain the zoom so that any expansion of the image is hidden.”
“Eleganttheme’s Divi comes with the so called Blog-Module. Its functionality is to take your Blog Posts and show them in a really, clean, masonry blog grid including…”
“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….”
“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….”