One of Divi’s lesser known yet most powerful tools is the ability to conditionally display or not display content, depending on the type of user, their behavior, where they come from, etc.
In a blog it’s really important that the visual style of the page is maintained and that it looks clean and easy to navigate. And what has a tendency to destroy that? The different dimensions in the excerpts.
If you read my article about WordPress themes, Google Fonts and the GDPR you will already know that Google fonts served from their CDN do not comply with the GDPR because they collect IPs and it is not known what else Google does with user data.
Let’s learn how to add a widget are to the header of your Divi.
If you have Astra and use Google fonts you may want to consider dropping them for a couple of reasons.
Haven’t you sometimes wanted to go back to the beginning, to the moment when you first installed your theme? It’s possible.
How to change the display of your logo in your Divi menu by making it float between the header and the content area.
How to fix the search tool in the menu problem with Divi.
What are the main points to take into account when you want to have a secure online store for your customers?