With Divi, even blogs are a module, and your "blog" can be placed anywhere on your website, and in various formats. You can combine blog and sidebar modules to create classic blog designs. 1 column, 2 column or 3 column blogs can all be built using blog and sidebar modules.Live Module Demo
Layout - You can either choose to display your blog posts in a grid or a full width layout.
Posts Number - Define the number posts that you wish to display. You will need to have posts made for anything to show up inside of this module.
- Select the categories that you would like to include in the post feed. Any post categories that you have created will show up here for you to select/deselect
Included Categories -
Meta Date Format - Define the date format that you would like to display on your blog posts here. The default layout is a M j, Y formate (January 6, 2014) See the WordPress Codex on date formats for more options.
Featured Image - This option allows you to choose whether or not you would like thumbnail images to appear in your blog module
Content - Showing the full content will not truncate your posts on the index page. Showing the excerpt will only display your excerpt text.
Author - Choose whether or not you would like to display the author of each blog post.
Date - Choose whether or not you would like to display the date on which each post was created.
Categories - Choose whether or not you would like to display post categories.
Pagination - Choose whether or not you would like to display pagination for this feed. To enable numbered pagination, you will need to install the WP Page Navi plugin.
Text Color - If your blog is being placed onto a light background the Text Color should be set to ‘Dark’. Visa versa, if your blog is being placed onto a dark background, the Text Color should be set to ‘Light’.
Admin Label - By default, your blog module will appear with a label that reads ‘Blog’ in the builder. The Admin Label allows you to change this label for easy identification.