Caress the Divine Detail! (Part One)

Namaste! Note: There has been updates to the Divi theme that make some changes to the code. This tutorial was written about pre-Divi 3.0.45, but having said that, ET was careful to update in such a way that old code still maps nicely. That means that these tutorials are still germane (at least as of May 13, 2017), but we … Continue reading “Caress the Divine Detail! (Part One)”

Using Animista

Namaste! I have seen a couple of questions in the various Divi groups about using the animations that are shown on the animista web site. For those of you who don’t know, this site gives you an easy way to generate the styling for a variety of different animations. Basically, you give an animation type (like scale-up), a duration, a timing … Continue reading “Using Animista”

Div transitions

Namaste! Well, luckily with animation, fantasy is your friend. Steven Spielberg This tutorial was once again inspired by a question from Facebook. Not on my prefered page (Divi Theme Tutorials), but I won’t hold it against them! The person was looking at Elegant Themes newly designed page and noticed that there was a CTA just above the footer that changed … Continue reading “Div transitions”

Forms a-poppin’!

Namaste! Today I’m going to show you a quick, bare-bones way to add a modal pop-over form to your Divi-powered site. This will allow you to grab user information without navigating away from the current page. In this case, the pop-over triggers when the user clicks a custom button. This tutorial will leave a lot of the CSS styling up to … Continue reading “Forms a-poppin’!”

Parallax with Divi

    Namaste! Over in one of the Facebook groups someone asked how they could duplicate this page with Divi. Basically, it is a parallax scrolling page where as you scroll the next background image rolls in. They combined this with a javascript library to fly some text boxes in from the side. Just for fun I looked up the interest in … Continue reading “Parallax with Divi”

Laying Bricks with Masonry.js

Everything looks like a brick when all you have is a trowel and concrete. -no one, ever Presenting the final installment of using a masonry layout with the Divi theme from Elegant Themes. Note that this is an affiliate linkout. If you make a purchase through it I will get paid, but it costs you nothing extra. This time we will … Continue reading “Laying Bricks with Masonry.js”