Divi version 3.3 ( updated 05-16-2018 )
– Added new Fluid Styles System for the Visual Builder.
– Added the ability to copy any option or option group.
– Added the ability to paste options and option groups from one module to another.
– Added the ability to reset module styles by right clicking on any module, settings tab, option group or option.

Fluid Styles is the latest new feature released that enables individual styles or collections of styles to flow freely throughout the page, allowing you to copy and paste design styles to and from anywhere

For more on the current fluid styles release, check out the introduction video from Nick Roach below to get an overview of  what the current fluid styles update allows you do achieve and what may be coming in the next Divi update.

A huge time saver for a lot of tasks that before would have been a real pain to implement before. 

There are some discrepancies depending on what builder you are using so it may mean a bit of switching between front and back builders depending on what you need to do. If you are using the Visual builder, you get full copy functions but limited to paste on the same page and if you are using the back-end builder, you can copy to any page, but it is limited to entire modules.

This is however, just the start of what will develop into a true global style management system, which has been near the top of any feature request list for a while now. Nick Roach at the end of the introduction video (above) says “It’s just the 1st step towards a greater vision of how styles can be better managed, no only throughout the page, but throughout the entire website aswell” and there are also a few references in the comments to the same effect. 

It may be that all design options from every module will be put in the module customizer, or the new fluid styles are extended to allow global application and management, but either way i’m looking forward to see how Elegant Themes solve the problem of introducing a non-coder friendly front-end system that functions on a global level as well as using a style-sheet with custom classes and css.

For more on the current fluid styles release, check out the introduction video from Nick Roach below to get an overview of  what the current fluid styles update allows you do achieve and what may be coming in the next Divi update.

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