Within the design tab you will find all of the module’s styling options, such as fonts, colors, sizing and spacing. This is the tab you will use to change how your module looks. Every Divi module has a long list of design settings that you can use to change just about anything.
If enabled, an overlay color and icon will be displayed when a visitors hovers over the image.
Here you can define a custom color for the overlay icon
Here you can define a custom color for the overlay.
Here you can define a custom icon for the overlay.
This option only affects images when they are the last module in a column. When enabled, the distance between the bottom of the image and the following section is removed, allowing the image to border the top of the next section on the page.
Here you choose which direction your image floats within the column. You can float the image left, right or keep it centered.
Often times small images are more pleasing to the eye on mobile devices when they are centered. As columns break down, images that were aligned the left or right in smaller columns become orphaned when the columns break down and become 100% width. Enabling this column with force images to align to the center of the column on mobile without affecting the image alignment on desktop computers.
Enabling this option will place a border around your module. This border can be customized using the following conditional settings.
This option affects the color of your border. Select a custom color from the color picker to apply it to your border.
By default, borders have a width of 1 pixel. You can increase this value by dragging the range slider or by inputting a custom value into the input field to the right of the slider. Custom units of measurements of supported, which means you can change the default unit from “px” to something else, such as em, vh, vw etc.
Borders support eight different styles, including: solid, dotted, dashed, double, groove, ridge, inset and outset. Select your desired style from the dropdown menu to apply it to your border.
By default, image max width is set to 100%. This means that the image will be displayed at its natural width unless the width of the image exceeds the width of the parent column, in which case the image will be limited to 100% of the width of the column. If you would like to further restrict the max width of the image, you can do so by entering your desired max width value here. For example, a value of 50% would limit the width of the image to 50% of the width of the parent column.
By default, images are displayed at their native width. However, you can choose to force the image to extend the full width of the parent column by enabling this option.
Margin is the space added outside of your module, between the module and the next element above, below or to the left and right of it. You can add custom margin values to any of the module’s four sides. To remove custom margin, delete the added value from the input field. By default these values are measured in pixels, but you can input custom units of measurement into the input fields.