Divi Design Tips Blog

The Divi Design Tips Blog isn’t intended as a how-to-use Divi guide, as there are loads of great resources out there for that already.

Instead, we launched the blog series as our way of giving an insight into some of the ways we use Divi, associated plugins, and custom CSS, Javascript and PHP, to get things looking – and working – how we want them for our clients.

Frustration Vented (#02) : CSS Styling On Gravity Form

Frustration Vented (#02) : CSS Styling On Gravity Form

Late last year, we built a new website for a client using Divi and WordPress. One of the requirements was a 'quote builder' form, which we built using Gravity Forms, We used the main Gravity Forms plugin, and Divi Gravity Forms to place and style the form on the page....

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Designing Nested Rows & Columns Using WordPress & Divi

Designing Nested Rows & Columns Using WordPress & Divi

When it comes to creating flexible layouts in WordPress - Divi is at the top of its class. However, occasionally we come across something that Divi hasn't quite got right (in our opinion)... yet!* *We say "yet" because Divi is always developing and adding new...

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Frustration Vented (#01) : CSS Styling On Eventbrite Feed

Frustration Vented (#01) : CSS Styling On Eventbrite Feed

In a new blog mini-series, where we vent our frustrations on how sometimes things don't look as good as you want them to, we show how we styled an Eventbrite plugin using CSS. Before we start, as a little disclaimer: there is a premium version of the Display...

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