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.

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Posts about Divi Show / Hide Button Module

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. Sometimes you may wish to apply custom styles to the button when it has been "activated", i.e. clicked. One way you can do it is to use the grouping option. If you set...

Change Divi Show / Hide Button Width

Divi Show / Hide Button can be used to show and/or hide elements in a page built using Divi Builder. Here's how to adjust the width of your show / hide button. Set the Show / Hide Button's Width You can adjust the width of the Show / Hide Button module's button using...

Set Transition Speed in Divi Show / Hide Button

Divi Show / Hide Button can be used to show and/or hide elements in a page built using Divi Builder. By default the transitions take 400 milliseconds to complete. You can adjust this transition time as follows. Setting the Transition Duration You can adjust the show /...

Set the Divi Show / Hide Button Link URL

Divi Show / Hide Button includes an option to make the button link to a target URL, similar to a standard button module in the Divi builder. However, there are a few differences in behavior compared to the standard button module. The option and it's behavior are...

Link to Divi Show / Hide Button Content

The Show / Hide Button plugin lets you control the visibility of content in your Divi Builder layout at the click of button. One of its features is the ability to hide that content initially, on page load. However, hiding content initially prevents it from being...