Display Cookie Notice in Your Divi Theme

In this tutorial, I will show you how to easily add a cookie notification popup to your Divi website. By the end of it, you will be able to display a cookie message on page load just the way I show it on my website. Now, let’s get on with it. Why do you need cookie consent? Cookie consent is required by European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and ePrivacy Directive (ePR). Read More…

How to Remove Top Menu Transition Effect in Divi

The Divi theme is one of the most versatile WordPress premium themes with tons of options that also comes together with its powerful page builder. However, in some cases, you want to make some customizations and you simply cannot find a quick fix for them. An example for that is the Divi menu animation. The header always shrinks on page dropdown and while some may argue that this gives a modern feel to your Divi website, this transition effect is certainly not for everyone. Read More…

How to Change the Color of the Cart Icon in Divi

In this article, I am going to teach you how to change the color of the WooCommerce shopping cart icon in Divi. By default, the cart icon appears on your main menu bar after a successful Woocommerce installation. It is very important to style the cart icon in accordance with the other items from your primary menu, since it is one of the first things that the customer will see on your website. Read More…

How to Customize a Very Long Drop Down Menu in Divi

How to customize the drop down menu in your Divi theme? This is a common question when you have a menu item that is too long (has many submenu items). You usually come to a point when the content can go below the fold of the screen. In these cases, you will not be able to see the remaining submenu items. Luckily to all of us who are using the Divi theme, there is a nice hidden feature, called “mega menu”. Read More…

How to Change the Color of the “Add to Cart” button in Divi

In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to change the style of the “Add to Cart” button in your Divi theme. The Woocommerce “Add to Cart” button is the first thing that the customer sees on your product page, so it is really important to style it with a color that corresponds well with your theme. After all, you do not want to lose sales because your website design is not as good as your competitors’. Read More…