A common question we get: Where is the best place to add custom CSS code? Here are the answers. (Yes, there is more than one correct answer.)
When I’m looking for a creative way to dress up a website, sometimes I’ll having images zoom-in or exhibit other effects when the mouse hovers over them. Here’s how to create those effects using Divi Image Modules.
To optimize the performance of websites running WordPress and Divi, I’ve compiled this list of tweaks that we have found useful.
Moving Divi’s default primary menu to the bottom of the header (instead of the middle) changes the aesthetics and makes room for other things (for example, a button with a phone number).
The WordPress job management plugins we tested had so many features that our clients were overwhelmed and frustrated. So we created our own Job Opening & Application Feature that is dead simple to use.