Divi Comment Module Shortcode Jan 2, 2017 | Divi Shortcode Guide Divi Comment module is used to place the comment box on any post or page and it provides a great way for user interaction. As comments are the standard part of any website and it appears at the bottom of any page or post and also wherever the comments are enabled. It provides a gainful control over the no. of elements of the post or any of the WordPress page. Sometimes there is a need when we want to add Comment box in the Footer, sidebar or anywhere else in the post then we can use the comment module shortcode in that particular case. Divi Comment Module Shortcode 1[et_pb_comments admin_label=”Comments” show_avatar=”on” show_reply=”on” show_count=”on” background_layout=”light” use_border_color=”off”Source: Divi Comment Module Learn How to Find and Use on Your Site
Simple Divi Shortcode
By Fabrice ESQUIROL – Creaweb2b
Using this tool you will be able to embed any Divi Library item inside another module content or inside a php template by using a simple shortcode.
Avec cet outil, vous pourrez insérer n’importe quel élément de la bibliothèque Divi au sein d’un autre module ou au sein d’un template php par le biais d’un simple shortcode.
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As time goes by, CSS is becoming more and more powerful and nowadays it offers lots of possibilities to create visually stunning websites.
This article is a compilation of fresh, advanced CSS tips and techniques to master your web design and front-end web development skills. Each technique features sample code snippet, demo, and explanations.
Warning: Some techniques contained in this article aren’t fully supported by all browsers. Make sure to check the browser compatibility before you implement them on a production site.
In some cases, you might want to hide the Divi header and footer on a certain page or for your entire website. For example, on a landing page, you might want to hide the header for less distraction.
In this tutorial, I will be covering how you can accomplish this.