Listing Layout 4 Documentation
Layout Demo URL: https://diviwp.com/ui/page-layouts/listing-pages/listing-page-4/
This layout uses a card based design to list rows of content: courses, services or anything you'd like!
It includes 11 versatile and beautifully designed sections you can mix and match to make your own.
Editing the demo content
Each DiviWP Layout can be edited using the Visual Builder.
You can make your changes to various module settings, upload new images, change colors, toggle between the desktop, tablet and mobile views and publish your page to achieve the look in the demo.
In some sections outlined below, Custom CSS is necessary to achieve a desired affect or an optimal responsive user experience and where the Divi Builder was unable to do it with it's Module settings alone.
Why Custom CSS is used in Sections
Divi is an incredible builder and you can certainly do a ton of things with its built-in settings.
We're sure we'll see the introduction of even more new settings in time, but for now, we believe it does not (yet) have the ability to configure the necessary settings to create a particular interface design or effects.
So by including Custom CSS in a seperate Code Module or labeled within the Row, Column or Module, you can learn how we've used various CSS properties to achieve a desired effect.
How to view Custom CSS
When you are editing in the Visual Mode and building on the front-end of your website, Custom CSS Code Modules or Custom CSS configured within a Row, Column or Module is not visible.
Accessing the Layer View or Wireframe mode gives you access to your page and section structure, displaying all elements in an organized, nested hierarchy list that clearly showcases your page structure. Learn more about Layer View and Wireframe mode.
Custom CSS in use in this Layout (scroll down for in-depth documentation)
- Hero Section
- CSS Code Module - Video Module
- Form Section
- CSS Code Module - Contact Form Module
- Can I edit Module labels?
- Can I modify Layouts or Sections?
- Custom CSS - How and Why It's Used in Sections
- How are admin labels used in Sections, Rows, Columns and Modules?
- What if I don't want to use any Custom CSS?
Support is always on hand
You can rest assured that support is always on-hand and we'll be able to guide you as far as possible should you require assistance with any custom CSS we have included in our layouts, templates or sections.
Hero Section - Video Module
Accessing the Layer View or Wireframe mode gives you access to your page and section structure, displaying all elements in an organized, nested hierarchy list that clearly showcases your page structure.
Let's look at the above example via the Layer View ( Learn more about the Layer View here)
For example, the video module labeled "Video .diviwp-video-height-100" is describing:
- A Video Module
- With a custom class name diviwp-video-height-100 (You can view this in Module Settings → Advanced → CSS ID and Classes)
Below the video module you'll a see Code Module labeled "CSS Code for .diviwp-video-height-100 to make video 100% height for screen sizes 980px - 1310px".
The Code Module admin label is describing what the CSS properties within it's module are targeting and describes what it is used for.
In this case, the code module contains CSS that is targeting the Video Module with a custom class name .diviwp-video-height-100 and applying CSS properties to maintain the video height 100% to it's parent column, thereby preserving the "card" design of the row at various responsive breakpoints.
Here's an example of this in action at 1055px screen width:
1055px screen width. Notice how the video takes up 100% of the "card" row while maintaining it's proportions.
If we removed the CSS Code module, here's what the row would look like at 1055px screen width:
1055px screen width. Without the custom CSS, the video does not scale vertically proportionately. This doesn't make the design feel as "polished".
Contact Section - Contact Form Module
In the layers view, you can see the Custom CSS module which is targeting the Contact Form:
This CSS enables the Contact Form module to format beautifully across various responsive breakpoints.