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Remove box shadow from Divi slider

Remove box shadow from Divi slider

If you have white images in your slider then the box shadow that is added looks quite ugly, so add this custom CSS to your Divi ePanel or Divi child theme style.css to remove the box shadow on your sliders. Updated to more stable code. Thanks to Nettie ...

Bloom Email opt-in Plugin

Bloom Email opt-in Plugin

After a much anticipation and excitement, the Elegant Themes  Bloom opt-in Plugin has arrived. This is a must have plugin if you want to grow your email subscription lists. Building your email list is the hard part, and that’s why we built Bloom. We have spent months...

Remove minutes and seconds on Divi countdown timer

Remove minutes and seconds on Divi countdown timer

Countdowns to the minute and second can be a bit to specific for many, so you can remove the minutes and seconds on Divi countdown timer by adding this custom CSS in your Divi ePanel or Divi child themes style.css /* countdown timer - hide minutes and seconds*/...

Image sizes for Divi slider

Image sizes for Divi slider

Divi slider image sizes There have always been lots of questions in the various Facebook groups and in the Elegant Themes support forum about the correct image sizes needed for use in the Divi slider. With so many different device sizes nowadays it's hard to get a...

Divi blog post offsets

Divi blog post offsets

With the latest release of Divi, there was an option added to your blog module called Offset number, which basically allows you to set a number of posts that that blog module skips/doesn't show. This means that you can style and set a number of posts to show in 1 blog...

Add overlay to blurb image on hover in Divi

Add overlay to blurb image on hover in Divi

If you want to add an image overlay to an image on hover like in the Divi showcase screenshots that shows the red corner triangle, then you can add the following custom CSS into your Divi child theme CSS file o into the Divi options panels custom CSS box. Then attach...

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