Exploring Divi 2.4: How The Custom CSS Tab and The Divi Library Can Transform Your Workflow Last week we introduced Divi 2.4, the biggest upgrade in Divi history and a giant leap forward for our most popular WordPress theme. There are so many great features to explore in this update that it was hard to describe them all on the release post, which is why we have decided to do a 2-week series of informational blog posts that will aim to teach you how to take full advantage of Divi 2.4 and its new options. In part ten of this series, I’m going to explore the new Custom CSS options and how you can use them alongside the Divi Library in lieu of adding custom css with a child theme. Learn All About Divi 2.4 Here The All New Custom CSS Tabs in Divi 2.4 Sections, Rows, & Modules all have their very own Custom CSS tabs in the Divi Builder. Section & Row Custom CSS Options Sections and Rows let you define custom css for the main element, which is the whole section or row element in the html, and both the :after and :before pseudo elements. Use Pseudo Elements to Add a Section Divider Sepia
Caption Hover Effects A tutorial on how to create some subtle and modern caption hover effects. View demo Download source Today we want to show you how to create some simple, yet stylish hover effects for image captions. The idea is to have a grid of figures and apply a hover effect to the items which will reveal a caption with the title, author and a link button. For some of the effects we will use 3D transforms. The aim is to keep the effects subtle and provide inspiration for many different variations. Please note: this only works as intended in browsers that support the respective CSS properties. The images used in the demos are Dribbble shots by talented Jacob Cummings. Let’s get started. The Markup The structure of our grid and the figures will be made of an unordered list and each item will contain a figure element. This is the default structure for all the grid examples. But first let’s define the common styles for all effects. The CSS The common styles for all the figures is the following. Effect 1 Effect 2
CSS Image Filters I'm a big fan of some of the experimental CSS properties that the browsers vendors are developing. In previous tutorials I have looked at some of the new features which I think are really useful. In this tutorial we are going to look at a great new features called CSS filters. Using just CSS you are able to create all these effects on images. GreyscaleBlurSaturateSepiaHue RotateInvertBrightnessContrastOpacity How To Use Filters To use a filter in CSS it's as easy as using any other CSS property. Like most of new features in CSS3 you need to use browser prefixes. Browser Support Currently the only browser that supports this is the wekbit browser so Chrome and Safari. CSS Filters has been supported in Chrome since version 21 and has been in Safari since version 6. It is currently unknown if IE10 or Firefox version 17 will support these properties but for now the best browser to see these features in is webkit. Demo This is best seen in webkit browsers. Demo CSS Greyscale CSS Blur CSS Saturate CSS Sepia
Elegant Themes Blog 9 Useful Divi CSS Snippets You Can Add To ePanel In Seconds As an experienced developer, you might feel that Divi would constrain you from flexing your CSS muscles. However, you’d be wrong. While Divi was built to be easy for users to pick up even if they have little experience with WordPress, it also caters to more demanding users. For example, the Divi... View Full Post Exploring Divi 2.4: How The Custom CSS Tab and The Divi Library Can Transform Your Workflow Last week we introduced Divi 2.4, the biggest upgrade in Divi history and a giant leap forward for our most popular WordPress theme. View Full Post CSS Tricks For Your Divi Theme Project And Product Thumbnails Last week we posted Origin Theme CSS Tricks and got a few comments about applying the effects within Divi. View Full Post On The Tenth Day Of Divi, We Explore Seven Simple CSS Tricks Hopefully you have had a chance to download our latest theme, Divi. View Full Post 2016 is going to be an exciting year for Divi. View Full Post
Emails aus PHP mit PHPMailer versenden - TanMar Tutorials Oft ist es notwendig, dass PHP Scripte Emails verschicken sei es für Kontaktformulare, die Benachrichtigung bei bestimmten Ereignissen oder für das Versenden von Zugangsdaten oder ähnlichen Informationen. PHP bietet mit der Funktion mail() eine entsprechende Möglichkeit. Diese ist jedoch sehr spartanisch und nur für die einfachsten Anwendungsfälle ausreichend. Mit einem ansehendlichen Funktionsumfang wie die Unterstützung von HTML-Mails mit alternativer Textversion, dem Versand über SMTP-Server mit Authentifizierung oder der Unterstützung für eingebettete Bilder schafft die auf SourceFourge erhältliche Klasse PHPMailer Abhilfe. Installation von PHPMailer Die Installation von phpmailer gestaltet sich denkbar einfach. Erste Schritte phpmailer ist jetzt einsatzfähig und kann in eigenen Scripten verwendet werden. Wenn dieses Script erfolgreich auf dem Server aufgeführt wird, kann die erste Testmail verschickt werden. Passen Sie die Adressen an und testen Sie das Script auf Ihrem Webspace.
A Basic Guide To WordPress Theme Customization Themes are awesome! You don’t need to build and maintain thousands of lines of code, someone else has already done it for you. Themes make your website look great and provide unique features you need. Premium themes such as the ones we have on offer give you plenty of flexibility in layout, integrations and navigation. That being said, all themes are templates. In this article I’ll look at some common modifications you may want to accomplish and how you can do them. Creating A Child Theme The first step should be creating a child theme. Child themes are themes which rely on the presence of a parent theme. To create a child theme create a new folder in your wp-content/themes directory. The next step is to make sure that styles of the parent theme are used in the child theme. If you visit the Appearance section in the admin you should see your new theme listed. A Quick Primer On Child Themes If you’ve never used a child theme before here’s a quick guide on how to use them. Overview
The figure & figcaption elements In traditional printed material like books and magazines, an image, chart, or code example would be accompanied by a caption. Before now, we didn’t have a way of semantically marking up this sort of content directly in our HTML, instead resorting to CSS class names. HTML5 hopes to solve that problem by introducing the <figure> and <figcaption> elements. Let’s explore! The <figure> element The <figure> element is intended to be used in conjunction with the <figcaption> element to mark up diagrams, illustrations, photos, and code examples (among other things). The figure element represents a unit of content, optionally with a caption, that is self-contained, that is typically referenced as a single unit from the main flow of the document, and that can be moved away from the main flow of the document without affecting the document’s meaning. The <figcaption> element The <figcaption> element has been the subject of much debate. Using <figure> and <figcaption> Figure with an image The code: