Listing Category: Toggle

How to open Divi toggle and accordion module on mouseover

This is a post by Christian written for webdev trust blog. He discuss about How to open Divi toggle on mouseover….

Creating an Inline Form Using Toggle Module

This is a post by trgreer written for trgwebdev blog. He discuss about Divi CTA Button Opens Inline Form Using Toggle Module….

Using Jquery Toggle on Divi Sections

“The jQuery Toggle() function combined with Elegantthemes’ Divi can do magics, but so simple so that everyone can do it….”

How to open Toggle with a link in Divi

“The Setup I created an FAQ (frequently asked questions) page for a client’s website recently using the Divi theme, and I was wanting to make the interaction with the FAQ’s toggled elements more user friendly. I had set all toggled modules to be closed at…”

Divi Toggle Module Shortcode

Here we are with one of the most awesome module of the Divi and with the help of this module, we can combine different information and can improve the page as much user-friendly. The name of the module is Toggle. Divi Toggle module provides a way to represent our information in an attractive way. We can use toggle modules to compress the page size visibly like in FAQ page or any question answer page. With the help of shortcode of any module in Divi we can put the module anywhere we want like in sidebar and footer etc…

Multiple galleries in a single page

Recently my client asked for a different kind of gallery. He wanted to have multiple galleries in a single page. As I was fiddling with different options, I found Divi Toggle Module can be of some use. Resource: You need Divi, Images for Gallery & Lightbox plugin…

Moving Toggle module to child theme

If you want to add some custom features to your Toggle module and you don’t want to lose the changes when you update/reinstall then you need to use child theme. Firstly you need to redefine the Toggle module in child theme and then you can add any changes to the module. Here are the steps you need to follow to move Toggle module to child theme…