Not exactly sure using the Ken Burms Effect” css is better than using a video because of its jerkiness but still it’s an effect to be considered.
The “Ken Burns Effect” was named after American Documentarian Ken Burns for the way he made still images seem to come alive in his movies through a combination of panning and zooming techniques. The effect’s popularity has grown to extend well beyond film and television to just about…
Icons are a great way of making your menu items pop. As it’s not a feature of WordPress or Divi, adding them can be a bit of a task. There are plenty of plugins of course.
Update! The plugin Sticky Menu (or Anything!) made some changes in version 2.0 which broke the effect in this tutorial. I’ve updated the tutorial below to reflect those changes. If it’s broken your site you need to enable Legacy mode in the plugin’s settings and change the CSS code from #main-header.original to #main-header.sticky-element-original.
Important** The number of your optin needs to be replaced in the CSS. If this is your first optin created on your site the number will be 1, if it is the second the number will be 2, and so on. The first bit of code is to remove the extra padding and that’s totally optional.
Welcome to Day 22 of our Divi 100 Marathon. Keep tuning in for 100 days in a row of awesome Divi resources as we count down to the amazing release of Divi 3.0 on the final day of the series! When it comes to using Divi’s built-in Advanced Design Settings there are three controls that, once understood,…