My good friend and fellow Divier, Randy A Brown was recently looking for a tutorial on how to style the category widget so he could colour code his categories for a new project.
The filterable portfolio is 4 columns by default, in Recipe #27 I show you how to have as many columns as you want and change the image size to fit your content
Bloom doesn’t have transparency settings in its colour pickers. Not to worry, this Divi Soup Quick Snack will get you transparent forms in a few minutes.
The Social Media Follow module is a handy one for when you want to add more social media network links to a website than allowed in the Divi Theme options, but those little guys can be a bugger to centrally align and there is no option for it in the module itself.
In this Divi Soup Quick Snack I’m going to show you how to vertically center any content without using padding, margin or media queries.