Cool Blog TemplatesCoole Blog Templates
Luckily, Divi can be used to create blog layout and custom blog post.
We' re going to look at 11 Divi sites in this column that have cool blog suites to help you get inspired for your next Divi game. I look at the lay-out and map designs, the use of pictures, colours, fonts, etc., and I also look at the way they are used. I will show a picture of the blog and talk about what I liked about it.
Just go to the end to find a few cool blog templates to help you create your own blogslits. He uses a three-column grid with quadratic maps for each of the blog entries. There is a shade effect on the maps. On the bottom of the map, a small track and a large reading more badge are displayed in an inlay.
Blog posters also use a shading effect and add soft keys under the heading. It uses a three-column lay-out with a stylized map theme that matches the website. However, what I find interesting is that the first columns are blog entries, the center columns are Instagram entries, and the right columns are Facebook entries.
The contributions are brief and contain societal feedback in the side bar. It shows the contributions in four column. There is a filtering feature that mixes the maps as you click to show the categories you selected. And I like the cleantech style that only shows the picture, the caption, the cutout and more text.
Contributions use the default blog layouts with side bar, but add top and bottom related contributions. Maps in this three-column format contain shadows, round edges, large caption text, columns of text seperated by top and bottom rows and highlighted in color, and more text at the bottom.
Personally, I adore the shallow picture design for the pictures presented. Contributions show the full width features picture with titles, catagories, an overhead authors picture, overhead follows badges, meet, sharing badges, and the contribution in a unique columns without a sideline. The blog is focused on a Podcast and not just text, but all blog items are present.
Places the contributions in a unique columns with the presented picture on the right side and the categories, titles, excerpts and metas on the right side. Contributions themselves show the presented picture on the right with an audioplayer on the right in full width and then the text in a separate colum.
The first line of this section overlaps the section above, and the first line overlaps. Maps have a silhouette effect and show the picture presented, the caption in fat and an extract. Contributions show the presented picture in full width with titles and authors names, followed by the text in a separate bar or side bar.
In this one, the high marked pictures move in from the scrolling bar on the far side to fit next to the postal heading, date, divisor, cropping, and another button - all designed to fit the website. Contributions are designed in a box with a large picture. Text area superimposes picture and shows titles, dividers, quotes and articles, followed by style splitting button.
It shows postcards in two rows with a side bar. Charts use shading and show the presented picture, large and fat headings, meeta, clipping and stylized text more buttons that correspond to the design of the website. Contributions show the presented picture in full frame mode with caption and subtext, followed by text and side bar.
Contributions use large font sizes for header files that look good. The blog has a field above the articles and shows the articles in a unique bar with a side bar. Contributions show the pictures on the right with titles, metas, excerpts and the click buttons on the right.
Contributions use the same layouts and include related contributions and a CTA. The blog shows postcards in a separate columns with large pictures over the postings, titles, metas, excerpts and a stylized, multilingual text. Maps use a shade effect and the contents are centred.
Contributions use the same theme and include related contributions in the vertical. Contributions have a boxing-shade effect. Minimum size is clear and concise. The blog uses the Divi 100 Article Boards plug-in. Maps show the presented picture with the date in the top right hand side of the screen and the catagory in the bottom right hand side, the name and number of comments.
When floating, the maps show a shading effect and the track will move up to show a section. Contributions show an illustration and an intersecting section containing the three most recent blog contributions. This is our look at 11 Divi sites with cool blog layout to help you get inspired for your next Divi site.
The ET-Blog has a lot of posts and some even have a few down-loads for even more help with your Divi-Blog-Design. What of these blog playlists are your favourites?