Horray! Divi 3.1 is finally out and it comes with proper APIs for developers. Now we can not only count on better support from Elegant Themes but also make our modules ready for the Visual Builder.
In this article, we will cover the necessary steps to make something work that currently annoys a whole lot of people who use Divi: the uneven sized cards in the Divi Blog Grid module.
One thing we really don’t like about the Blog Grid module is that if you have different lengths of excerpts, then each card in the Blog Grid has a different height. In this tutorial, we will show you how to fix it!
Divi is a great theme, no doubt. But sometimes the standard modules are a little bit limited in the way how you can use them. In this tutorial, we will show you how to create a fullwidth image slider in Divi.
Recently we saw a question in one of the Divi Facebook groups, asking if somebody could develop a image grid module to display two column photo grids on phones. As you might know, the Image Gallery module is responsive and uses the rows Gutter Width setting to calculate the spacing between items.
In this Divi tutorial, we will show you how to prevent the Divi Mega Menu dropdowns from collapsing unexpectedly. We will use a bit of CSS to solve this problem.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the Divis built-in mega menu functionality to create a beautiful custom menu dropdown.
Have you ever seen those screenshots showing a whole page? We often have and we always wondered how to do that. Did you know there is a built-in screenshot tool in Google’s Chrome browser which you can use out of the box to capture full page screenshots?
In this tutorial, we want to share with you a cool little CSS trick you can use to create a border overlay where the border is only visible on the edges. This can make some great looking effects, especially when you use it as an overlay for images.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to make the Divi Fullwidth Header Scroll button jiggle or bounce to draw the user’s attention.