As technology keeps evolving, design evolves too. More than ever, you can come across websites that leave you amazed and wondering how they’ve been created. Although websites that have scroll interactions going on isn’t for every type of business, knowing how to go the extra mile is particularly helpful to leave a good impression. With Divi, many things are already possible without having to touch a single line of code. Today’s tutorial helps you understand Divi from another perspective. We’ll show you how to combine Divi’s sticky options with other built-in settings to create effortless transitions. You’ll be able to download the JSON file for free as well!
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1. Recreate Design Structure
In the first part of this tutorial, we’ll focus on recreating the design structure inside Divi. Then, in part two, we’ll spend time going through all the sticky options to achieve the effect you can notice in the preview of this post. Start by adding a new section to the page you’re working on. Open the section settings, go to the design tab and add some bottom padding.
Add Row #1
Continue by adding a new row using the following column structure:
Without adding modules yet, open the row settings, go to the design tab and change the sizing settings accordingly:
Assign a z index to this row as well.
Add Image Module to Column
Leave Image Box Empty
Time to add modules, starting with an Image Module. Leave the content box empty.
Use Background Image Instead
And use a background image of your choice instead.
Then, apply some custom top and bottom padding to the spacing settings.
Add Text Module to Column
Add H2 Content
On to the next module, which is a Text Module containing some H2 content of your choice.
H2 Text Settings
Change the module’s H2 text settings accordingly:
And reposition the module in the advanced tab.
On to the next row. Use the following column structure:
Without adding modules yet, open the row settings, go to the design tab and change the sizing settings as follows:
Assign a z index to this row too.
Column 1 Spacing
Complete the row settings by opening the first column settings and assigning some left and right padding.
Add Text Module to Column 1
Add H3 Content
Now that the row settings are in place, it’s time to add modules. Add a Text Module to column 1 with some H3 content of your choice.
H3 Text Settings
Move on to the module’s design tab and change the H3 text settings accordingly:
Add some right padding on smaller screen sizes.
Add Text Module to Column 2
Add another Text Module to column 2 with some description content of your choice.
Change the background color next.
Then, modify the text settings as follows:
Apply some custom padding values too.
Add Button Module to Column 2
The next and last module we’ll add is a Button Module to column 2. Add some copy of your choice.
Move on to the module’s design tab and change the button settings as follows:
And reposition the module in the advanced tab.
2. Apply Sticky Effects
Image Module in Row #1
Now that we’ve built the foundation of our design, it’s time to start applying the custom sticky effects. Open the Image Module in row #1 and turn the module sticky as follows:
Once the sticky settings have been applied, we can change the sticky styles of our module too. The first thing we’ll do is change the width in a sticky state.
Next, we’ll modify the sticky top and bottom padding.
Sticky Gradient Background
We’ll apply a sticky gradient background to our module as well.
And to ensure a smooth transition, we’ll increase the transition duration of the module.
Column 2 in Row #2
Column 2 Sticky Settings
Next, we’ll also turn the second column of our second row sticky.
Text Module in Sticky Column
Sticky Background Color
Now that column 2 of row #2 has been turned sticky, we can apply some sticky styles to the Text Module inside this column. Start by changing the background color in a sticky state.
Sticky Text Color
Next, modify the text color in a sticky state.
In this post, we’ve shown you how to get creative with Divi’s sticky options. More specifically, we’ve shown you how to combine overlaps with Divi’s sticky options to create effortless transitions. Once you get the approach that was used throughout this tutorial, you’ll be able to create endless different variations. You were able to download the JSON file for free as well! If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave a comment in the comment section below.
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