Divi Show / Hide Button

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About Divi Show / Hide Button Module

This WordPress plugin lets you show, hide and toggle Divi Builder sections, rows and modules at the click of a button.

  • Hide any part of your page
  • Reveal any part of your page
  • Toggle any part of your page

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Get Started with Divi Show / Hide Button

You can install Divi Show / Hide Button module as you would any other plugin, via the WordPress Dashboard plugins area.

With the plugin installed, you’ll find your new Divi Show / Hide Button module added alongside the built-in Divi modules. It can be added to Divi Builder layouts and configured in the same way as the built-in modules. With its flexible options you’ll be able to let your users show and reveal content within your pages at the click of a button.

If you have any questions about it, please get in touch.

Posts about Divi Show / Hide Button Module

Show / Hide Content with a Button in the Divi Menu

If you'd like to be able to include a button in a Divi menu which, when clicked, displays (or hides) content in the site, here's how to do it.Add a Divi Show / Hide Button to the Default Divi Menu The Divi Show / Hide Button module lets you add a Divi-style button to...

Reveal Divi Contact Form with a Button Click

Divi includes a contact form module that lets you add an email contact form to a page. Here's how to hide the contact form until a "Contact Us" button is clicked.Add a Contact Us Button with Divi Show / Hide Button Module Divi Show / Hide Button module makes it easy...

Hide Modules Initially with the Divi Show / Hide Button

The Divi Show / Hide Button Module lets you reveal, hide and toggle Divi Builder elements using a Divi-style Button. It comes with a way to hide your Divi Builder element (section, row or module) initially, so that it is hidden until the user later reveals it by...

Reveal a Divi Module (or Row / Section) when Button Hovered

The Divi Show / Hide Module lets you add a button to Divi that reveals or hides Divi Builder elements with the click of a button. Now you can also use it to show or hide the elements when the button is hovered instead of clicked. Here's how.Show / hide elements when...

Make Show / Hide Button Active Initially

Divi Show / Hide Button lets you reveal and/or hide Divi Builder elements at the click of a button. When a button has been clicked, it is considered 'active' and can be given additional styles. If you'd like to start a button in this 'active' state, here's how.Enable...

Swap Image Modules at the Click of a Button

If you want to swap between two Divi image modules at the click of a button, here's a way to achieve it with the Divi Show / Hide Button module. First, create a column with two image modules (one for each image) and then a show / hide button below them, like so:Use...

Reveal a Divi Module (or Row / Section) when Image Clicked

The Divi Show / Hide Module lets you add a button to Divi that reveals or hides Divi Builder elements with the click of a button. If you want to instead show / hide elements when an image is clicked, it can be easily done by configuring the module to display as an...

Styling the Divi Show / Hide Button when "Active"

Divi Show / Hide Button is a module for Divi which can be used to easily show and hide content at the click of a button. If you'd like to change the styles of the button when it is "active", i.e. after it has been clicked and the content revealed, here's how.Using the...

Change Show / Hide Button Text on Click

Divi Show / Hide Button lets you reveal and/or hide Divi Builder elements at the click of a button. It includes an option to change the text of the button when it is 'active' (i.e. when it has been clicked). Here's how to set the option up.Setting the Show / Hide...

Divi Show / Hide Module Grouping Option

The Divi Show / Hide Button module lets you reveal Divi Builder elements with the click of a button. Once clicked, the button becomes "activate", which can be used for example, to style it differently. If you'd like to set up a group of buttons where only one button...