This is a post by Donjete written for elegant themes blog. This week ET team have created an intriguing software marketing layout pack with nothing less than 9 different pages. The overall look and feel of this layout pack is supported by professional illustrations and elaborate pages that provide everything your website will need to communicate easily with its visitors….
This week ET team have created a refreshing Interior Design Layout Pack with eight different pages that provide everything your average interior design company will need to get up and running in just a few clicks. You can use all of the included images without any restrictions, for all kinds of purposes–including commercial ones….
This is a post by B.J. Keeton written for elegant themes blog. He discuss about how you can grab some elements on your own site and style your Monarch Social Buttons to match your site’s design. Just by using the same fonts, colors, and imagery in new ways can totally create something refreshingly new and vibrant without much work. He use the Coffee Shop layout pack in this post to demonstrate….
This is a post by Clark Morton written for two blue toucans blog. He discuss about Using Flex To Align Divi Social Media Follow Icons And Text….
This is a post by Carlos written for divi dezigns blog. He discuss about How to Add Custom Icons to Divi’s Social Media Module….
This is a post by Donjete written for elegant themes blog. She discuss about How to Make The Social Media Follow Module Fixed Like Monarch….
This is a post by Dan written for divi booster blog. He discuss about Adding More Icons to the Social Media Follow Module….
I was recently working on a project for a musician, film and performing artist who wanted his site to have a very visible and prominent social networking section instead of the usual social icons and follow buttons. After viewing some examples and discussing some…
In today’s article, we will share the Social Media Follow Shortcode, which will let you create icon based links such as Facebook, Twitter etc. You can add the module, in the form of shortcode, to anywhere in your page…