Besides Divi I’m using the Divi Children plugin (developed by Luis Alejandre who runs divi4u.com). It’s a great plugin to help you create a child theme for Divi and adds some extra functionality as well.
I recently updated to Divi 2.3 where the offset function was introduced in the blog module. However, it didn’t want to work. Click on Read more to learn about the “bug” and the fix.
When I first saw the Divi theme from Elegant Themes (ET) I immediately fell in love with it. The theme is flexible enough to create ANY type of website with a drag and drop interface and loads of different modules for any purpose you can think of.
I started using Divi immediately as I had to develop the new website of the company where I was working at the time. Development was fun and fast. And although I have a 24″ monitor I was still a bit annoyed of the unused or not effectively used space by the Page Builder. So I decided to tweak it a bit. Some of it has already been implemented by ET in v2.0, but there are still some tweaks which make better use of the screen space.
Divi is an amazing theme for WordPress developed by Elegant Themes. It is a very complex theme, yet easy to use, flexible and customizable. I fell in love with it the first time I saw it and soon the website of the company I’m working for will be launching it’s new site based on Divi, plus this blog is using Divi as well.
In this post I will explain how you can add a bit of customization the looks of the comments at the end of a blog post, because the default comment design in Divi is a bit flat.
Note: this customization works when you are not showing avatars. Soon there will be a post which takes avatars into account.