In this tutorial we’ll learn how to export Divi Theme Builder templates from one Divi installation and import into another.
In this tutorial we look into how you can create Fullscreen menus using the Divi MadMenu Header Popups feature. Also we cover an alternative and much more flexible method of creating the popup Close Button.
You can easily create Slide-In menus using Divi MadMenu Header Popups feature. It is simply a “popup” with the Slide In and Slide Out animations applied to it, and in this tutorial we will look closer into how you can do that.
Introducing the biggest Divi MadMenu update yet: the Header Popups feature. Add popups to your Divi website header and do a lot more than that!
Show different button content to logged in users (eg. ceate a Logout button) using the Divi MadMenu Button’s Authenticated User Content feature
The Divi MadMenu v1.4 released recently adds some very useful new features for the Mobile Menu element.
It’s now possible to change the mobile dropdown menu placement, alignment and min-width, and also make it close on outside click.
One of the features that make Divi MadMenu so flexible when it comes to creating reponsive header layouts is the ability to control the header elements column widths.
In this tutorial we will learn how to set the Divi MadMenu elements column widths and control the elements alignment using this feature.
Divi MadMenu allows changing the desktop and mobile menu animation with a click, just select any of the available cool animations!
The Divi Menu and the Fullwidth Menu modules started gaining more popularity among Divi users since the release of the Divi Theme Builder which allows creating headers using the Divi Builder. Both of these menu modules provide quite a decent functionality for…
A while back I made a tutorial about how to show/hide the vertical navigation of Divi on click and people started asking me to make a similar tutorial for the normal Divi header bar (the “horizontal” one) too. So, that’s what we will be doing in this tutorial.