Listing Category: Call to action button

Divi CTA Cards

This is a post by trgreer written for trgwebdev blog. He discuss about Divi CTA Cards Offer Endless Variety to Call To Action Modules….

How to Create a Slide-in Call to Action in Divi

This is a post by Dan written for divi booster blog. He discuss about Adding a Slide-in Call-to-Action to Divi…

Put background image overlay to Divi CTA module

This is a post by Dan written for divi booster blog. He discuss about Putting background image overlay to Divi CTA module….

Pin a call to action to the side of a page

Check out this tutorial on how to made a fixed flag on the side of your page which you can use for a Call To Action of whatever else you can imagine….

Divi call to action – unify the height in a row

“By default, the height of the “call to actions” module (action call) is determined by the height of the text. If, for example, you want to display 2 or 3 modules next to each other, these usually have different heights because of the different text lengths. This looks a bit unsightly. With a little CSS, this can easily be compensated….”

Create a CTA module that zooms when you scroll the page down

“This is a post by kary4 of Elegant Themes support team written for his GitHub repo. He discuss about creating Zoom module effect. Here’s an excerpt of the article,
Here is a small tutorial that explains how to get similar effect like you can see on https://www.elegantthemes.com/ homepage. You can see the CTA module that zooms when you scroll the page down….”

Create an Expanding CTA with page scroll

“We are going to show you how to duplicate not only the style of Elegant Theme site’s creative CTA but also the animation functionality. This is accomplished using Divi’s Code Module with some custom CSS and a a few lines of JavaScript. However, you can easily extend the same animated functionality on any of Divi’s modules….”

Microinteractions That Will Make Your Divi Site More Enjoyable

“Today I’m going to show you some simple microinteractions that work seamlessly with Divi. Some of the more advanced microinteractions require more advanced jquery to implement. But, for this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to add some animations using only CSS. I’ll be concentrating on those elements that users normally interact with – buttons, icons, images, and forms….”