*** Edited 11/16/16. After publishing this, it was brought to my attention that Elegant Themes already provided a better solution on their blog back on August 16, 2016.

The Divi Blog Module gives you the option to choose between a Fullwidth Layout and a Masonry Grid Layout. Unfortunately you are not given an option on the rest of the archive and search pages. So if a visitor clicks on a category link, tag link, author link or uses the search feature, the results will be a Fullwidth layout.

But using a little CSS, you can replicate the Masonry Grid layout on those pages as well giving your website a more consistent look if you are using the Grid layout for your main blog page or in other parts of your website.

Check out the full tutorial and code snippets on the Elegant Themes Blog.

Elegant Themes Blog Tutorial

 

Have fun!


Well that’s all for now. I hope you find this article useful.


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