Elegant Themes Divi

Stylish themes Divi

Use the Divi Topic Option The Divi comes complete with its own customized design choices. You can find these settings in the WordPress Dashboard under Divi > Topic Settings. Select this if you want to substitute the Divi Gallery styles for the standard WordPress Warehouse styles. Here you can modify the standard colour scheme for all colour selections in Divi Builders and the Visual Builders.

Here you can adjust all the colours you need to customise your design so that these colours are available throughout the construction work. Thumbnails with user defined arrays are generated by default. 3. But if you prefer to use the pictures that are already in your posting for your preview (and handle user-defined fields), you can enable this one.

As soon as enabled, thumbnails are created with the first picture in your message. The design cuts off your contributions on index/homepages to generate mail preview by default. The design also cuts off your contributions on index/homepages in order to generate mail thumbnails. When you want to show your contributions completely on index pages like in a conventional blogs, you can enable this function.

Uncheck this box to delete the Google Maps API scripts from your Divi Builder pages. Remember: Modules that depend on the Google Maps API to work correctly, such as the Maps and Fullwidth Maps modules, are still available, but will not work if this is turned off (unless you are adding a Google Maps API scripts manually).

Your Divi places your socio link in your bottom line. It works independent of the Settings > Read Settings in wp-admin. As a result, you can view a Back To Top button (at the bottom right of your page) while you scroll. Here you can type any customized style sheet to personalize your website.

It is recommended that you always use a sub-theme for comprehensive CSS modification. Deactivate this function if you want to delete the drop-down menu from the page's navigational area. The design defaults to creating a home hyperlink that goes back to the home page of your blogs when you click on it. If this is the case, you should deactivate this function to delete the hyperlink.

Deactivate this function if you want to delete the drop-down menu from the category navigator toolbar. If you check this box, the link will be removed from all superordinate pages/categories so that it will not continue when you click it. Check this box to use an alternate way to scroll to anchor, which in some cases may be more precise than the standard one.

You can select here which articles in the Postinfo section should appear on individual postal pages. It is the area, usually below the postal heading, that shows fundamental information about your contribution. If you want to delete annotations and the annotation forms from individual posting pages, you can deactivate this checkbox.

Miniature views at the beginning of your posting are placed on individual posting pages by default. 2. When you want to delete this original miniature to prevent repetitions, just uncheck this box. Activate this checkbox. Normally, annotations are not placed on pages, but if you want persons to be able to make annotations about your pages, just check this box.

It is the area, usually below the postal heading, that shows fundamental information about your contribution. Check this box to show thumbnail views on index pages. If you select this box, a 468×60 advertising message will appear at the bottom of your posting pages below each posting item. Put your ad-sense key here.

Viewed from a searchengine' point of view, these double-ups of URLs, which also frequently appear due to user-defined permission links, can be specified separately instead of as a separate target. This topic relies its cryptic URLs on your permission links and the domainname specified on the Preferences page of wp-admin. Descriptions are rooted in the categories descriptions you select when creating/editing your categories in wp-admin.

Now you can modify the order in which your blogs name and index track are shown, or you can delete the blogs name from the track altogether. The design by default generates mail headers according to the name of your posting and your blogname. You can use user-defined boxes to create a user-defined heading for each posting if you want your own style of meta-title to differ from your own.

You must have this checkbox checked for user-defined tracks to work, and you must select a user-defined box name for your track below. When you want to include a meta-description in your posts, you can do so using user-defined boxes. You must enable this feature to display article pages with descriptive content.

With user-defined arrays using the user-defined arena name defined below, you can apply your meta-description. When you want to include your own keyword in your posts, you can do so using user-defined boxes. You must have this checkbox checked for your posting pages to display your keyboard shortcuts. Allows you to customize your keyword metas with user-defined arrays using the user-defined array name defined below.

Viewed from a query machine point of view, these double-URLs, which also frequently appear due to user-defined permission links, can be handled as individual rather than individual targets. This topic is based on its cryptic urls, your permission links, and the domainname specified on the Preferences page of wp-admin. If you are defining your caption with customized boxes, you should use this value for the customized box Name.

Your user-defined box value should be the user-defined track you want to use. If you are defining your metadata with user-defined arrays, you should use this value for the user-defined array Name. Your user-defined box value should be the user-defined descriptor you want to use.

If you are defining your keyboard words with user-defined boxes, you should use this value for the user-defined box Name. Your user-defined field's value should be the set of subkeywords you want to use, delimited by a comma. Unless you use user-defined mail title, you can still take full command of how your title is created.

You can select the order in which your posting header and blogname should be shown, or you can delete the blogname entirely from the header. The design by default uses a combo of your blogs name and descriptor, as specified when you built your blogs, to build your home page headings.

However, if you want to make a customized track, just select this box and fill in the customized track box below. The design uses your own standard club style to fill in the Meta-description box, as specified when you built your clublog. To use a different descriptor, select this check box and fill in the User Definition descriptor box below.

The design does not include a keyword in your headers by defaults. The majority of web sites no longer use a keyword to evaluate your site, but some users just specify it just in case. When you want to include your own keyword in your headers, check this box and fill in the box for customized keyboard words below.

Viewed from a query machine point of view, these double-ups of URLs, which also frequently appear due to user-defined permission links, can be handled as individual rather than as a separate target. This topic is based on its cryptic URLs, your permission links, and the name of the domains specified in the Preferences page of wp-admin. When you have activated your customized tracks, you can insert your customized tracks here.

Anything you enter here will be placed between the two < titles >< /title > tag in header.php. When you have activated meta-descriptions, you can enter your own here. When you have activated your own set of Meta Keys, you can enter your own here. Key words should be delimited by a comma. Unless you use user-defined mail items, you can still take full command of how your items are created.

You can select the order in which your posting header and blogname should be shown, or you can delete the blogname entirely from the header. Use the Integration panel to add third-party content to specific areas of the topic. You can add codes to your site's header and bodies, as well as before and after each posting.

If, for example, you need to include a track and trace to your website (e.g. Google Analytics), but are not sure which PHP files to process to add it to < your website's main site structure, you can enter that PHP text in the "body" box of the Integration page.

How to use the Integration tab in our ePanel Topic choices. If you disable this checkbox, the headers below will be removed from your post. Allows you to delete the source and save it for later use. If you disable this checkbox, the below mentioned authority will be removed from your blogs. Allows you to delete the source and save it for later use.

If you disable this checkbox, the individual top level codes below will be removed from your blogs. Allows you to delete the source and save it for later use. If you disable this checkbox, the individual lower case codes below will be removed from your blogs. Allows you to delete the source and save it for later use.

Every piece of information you place here will appear in the header of every page of your blogs. Every piece of HTML you place here will appear in the bodies of all pages of your blogs. Every key you enter here will be displayed at the top of each post. Every key you enter here will be displayed at the top of each post.

It is easy to customize your Divi themes preferences by exporting or importing them by pressing the Input / Output symbol to open the ports option. In order to create an exported document, click the Extract page, type your name for the exported document and click the Extract Topic Option buttons. In order to create a themes option filename, just click the Imports register card, browse to your . son filename and click the "Import Divi themes options" pushbutton.

There' also a handy way to save your latest topic choices before you import them. Just click the "Restore to Defaults" button to return to the Divi theme preferences.

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