With the release of WordPress 5.0 just around the corner, a lot of people have been asking me what does that mean for those of us that use page-builders like Divi and Beaver Builder. The short answer is that it is too soon to tell but I have been reading up, asking around, and pestering some people to get their thoughts on the future, and so I hope this helps shed some light.
When most people hear the word blogger, they think of stay at home parents who write articles as a hobby. But blogging plays a crucial role in bringing value to your website and your brand. Here are a few of the benefits of blogging and tips to make the most out of each blog post.
One of the most common questions I get from people just starting their web design business, is about contracts and agreements. Over time I figured out that an agreement is not only protection for me and the client, it is a powerful selling tool that should instill trust in your potential client. So here are my tips on making a contract that helps convert leads into customers.
One of the most common questions I get is how to price website builds. When I first started out, this was a challenging issue for me. So here are a few tips to help you get started with pricing your website projects.
In this tutorial I am going to show you how you can create a horizontal blog grid layout with the post-content/excerpt offset to the right of the image.
In this tutorial I am going to show you how you can make the excerpt, otherwise known as the post-content, slide down from behind the blog image and title when you mouse over them.
Using a little CSS, you can replicate the Masonry Grid layout on your archive, category and search pages 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.
Now you can build a Magazine style layout using Divi. Check this step by step tutorial using Page Builder Modules and a little CSS
A simple tutorial on how to modify the Divi Blog Fullwidth layout.