Divi Tips

Swap Divi columns on mobile and tablet devices

Swap Divi columns on mobile and tablet devices

Add the CSS class "flip" to any Divi row settings in the Advanced tab. Add the following CSS code to the Divi theme options area or your child theme style.css file. /* swap columns on mobile */ @media only screen and ( max-width: 980px) { .flip { display:...

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Hide or show WordPress menu items on mobile devices

Hide or show WordPress menu items on mobile devices

In Appearance/Menus click on the Screen Options tab at the very top right. In the "Show advanced menu properties" area, check the box next to CSS Classes. Use the either "hide-mobile" or "show-mobile" in the menu class field. NOTE: The max-width is the default Divi...

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Format superscript text in Divi

Format superscript text in Divi

Add the following CSS code to the Divi theme options area or your child theme style.css file. sub, sup { font-size: 25%; /* Zero out the line-height so that it doesn't interfere with the positioning that follows */ line-height: 0; position: relative;...

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How to make Divi mobile menu appear sooner

How to make Divi mobile menu appear sooner

You may find it useful to make the mobile menu appear sooner than the default screen width. Add the CSS in the Divi theme options area. Change the max-width to whatever you like.   @media only screen and (max-width: 1320px){ #et_mobile_nav_menu { display:...

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How to add a global footer to Divi theme

How to add a global footer to Divi theme

IMPORTANT! This method is out dated! You should be using the Divi theme builder to make a custom global footer. Ever wonder how to make a global footer layout that will appear on all pages in your Divi theme? You could make a global Divi library layout and add it to...

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