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Divi / Elegant Themes extended Cyber Monday sale 2016

Divi / Elegant Themes extended Cyber Monday sale 2016

If you missed out on the Divi / Elegant Themes Black Friday sale, don’t worry because you can get the same deals with the Cyber Monday Sale!

The sale is already underway and it’s being extended until the Elegant Themes team get back from WordCamp US, on the 6th Dec.

This is a great deal for both new members and existing members with 25% discount on all new memberships and all account upgrades.

Check below for details of the deals and links that will take you straight to these fabulous offers.
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Divi / Elegant Themes huge Black Friday sale 2016

Divi / Elegant Themes huge Black Friday sale 2016

It’s here folks, the Elegant Themes huge Black Friday sale for 2016, which starts at 12:00am on Friday November 25th, and lasts until Sunday night.

They are offering 25% OFF all purchases and giving away thousands of bonus prizes to the first customers who sign up.

And everyone who purchases via the Black Friday discount will also get the Elegant Themes exclusive Divi Black Friday Layout pack, which is designed in the spirit of Black Friday to create high converting sales pages.

Check below for details of the deals and links that will take you straight to these fabulous offers.
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Divi Visual Builder – creating whitespace with draggable widths and heights

Divi Visual Builder – creating whitespace with draggable widths and heights

When designing web pages, it’s easy to get carried away with content and forget about the areas around your content, the whitespace, the empty space.

The right amount of whitespace makes your content easy on the eye, shows it to best advantage and leads your visitors effortlessly from section to section.

Lack of whitespace presents your visitors with information overload at best and makes your page almost impossible to read at worst.

Fortunately, Divi has always allowed you to set margin and padding values, via the Settings panels, and Divi 3.0’s Visual Builder makes it even easier.

You can still access the Settings panels whilst working with the Visual Builder but in addition you can now drag to increase or decrease the padding of Rows and Sections, which increases or decreases the element’s width and height.

In this post I’ll remind you how to access an elements Settings panel to change margin and padding values, show you how to use draggable padding for Sections and Rows and introduce you to a few Hotkeys that make using draggable padding even easier.
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Divi Visual Builder – Super easy responsive design for desktop, tablet and smartphone

Divi Visual Builder – Super easy responsive design for desktop, tablet and smartphone

Divi already has a great set of responsive editing controls for desktop, tablet and smartphone, but the introduction of the Visual Builder has taken the use of those controls to a whole new level.

Divi’s responsive editing controls were introduced in Divi 2.6 and they allow you to assign different sizing and spacing values for each device / breakpoint.

All Modules, Rows and Sections were also given a new “Disable On” setting that allows you to disable the element on smartphones, tablets and/or desktop computers.

The new Visual Builder allows you to use all the existing responsive editing controls but it shows you the results of your edits in real-time and on the actual page.

In this post, I’ll remind you of Divi’s existing responsive editing controls and show you how to use them in conjunction with the Visual Builder in order to get instant feedback and make responsive editing a whole lot easier.
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Divi Visual Builder – Editing History panel

Divi Visual Builder – Editing History panel

I’m still getting to know the Divi Visual Builder but already, one of the features that I’ve fallen in love with is the Editing History panel.

The Editing History panel is part of the Page Settings and it shows a list of all your editing actions for that particular session.

It has settings, which allow you to undo and redo or you can scroll up and down your editing history and jump directly to a particular point in time.

The default WordPress dashboard doesn’t allow you to easily move forwards and backwards in your editing history, so I for one welcome this great feature.

In this post, I’ll show you how to access the Editing History panel via the page settings and run through the various ways you can use it to undo, redo and jump around in your editing history.
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