Looking for a way to add interaction to client logos and matching testimonials? With Divi’s responsive content feature, it’s now easier than ever to show different content in a module’s default state and on hover. In today’s Divi tutorial, we’ll demonstrate that by showing you how to replace client logos with testimonials on hover (desktop) and click (tablet and phone). We’ll use the Blurb Module to help us get there! You’ll be able to download the layout’s JSON file for free as well!
Let’s get to it.
Before we dive into the tutorial, let’s take a quick look at the outcome across different screen sizes.
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Let’s Start Recreating!
Add New Section
Start by adding a new section to a new or existing page. Open the section settings and change the background color.
- Background Color: #000000
Add some custom top and bottom padding as well.
- Top Padding: 200px
- Bottom Padding: 200px
Complete the section settings by adding a white border.
- Border Width: 1vw
- Border Color: #ffffff
Add Row #1
Continue by adding a new row to the section using the following column structure:
Without adding any modules yet, open the row settings and increase the row’s max width.
- Max Width: 1500px
Add Text Module to Column
Add Responsive H2 Content
The first module we need in this row is a Text Module with some responsive H2 content.
- Desktop: Hover the client logos to see what they have to say!
- Tablet & Phone: Click the client logos to see what they have to say!
H2 Text Settings
Move on to the module’s design tab and change the H2 text settings as follows:
- Heading 2 Font: Work Sans
- Heading 2 Text Alignment: Center
- Heading 2 Text Color: #ffffff
- Heading 2 Text Size: 40px (Desktop), 30px (Tablet), 25px (Phone)
Add Divider Module to Column
The next and last module we need in this row is a Divider Module. Make sure the ‘Show Divider’ option is enabled.
- Show Divider: Yes
Then, change the module’s line color.
- Line Color: #ffffff
Modify the module’s sizing settings as well.
- Divider Weight: 4px
- Width: 10%
- Module Alignment: Center
Complete the module’s settings by adding some top margin.
- Top Margin: 100px
Add Row #2
Add another row right below the previous one and use the following column structure for it:
Open the row settings and change the sizing settings across different screen sizes. Make sure you equalize the column heights as well, this will help with the next step; centering the column content.
- Equalize Column Heights: Yes
- Width: 100% (Desktop), 80% (Tablet & Phone)
- Max Width: 1500px
- Min Height: 500px (Desktop), auto (Tablet & Phone)
To center the column content of your row, you will 1) need to enable the ‘Equalize Column Heights’ option (previous step) and 2) add the following line of CSS code to your row’s main element:
Add Blurb Module to Column
Leave Default Content Empty
Now, to replace client logos on hover, we’ll use Blurb Modules. Start with the first one in column 1. Make sure you leave the default title and body content empty but continue to enable the hover option on both of them.
Add Content on Hover
Insert some written content of your choice in both hover fields.
Continue by uploading a company logo of your choice in the image & icon settings.
Remove Image on Hover
We’ll replace client logos on hover by removing them entirely in their hover state.
Hover Background Color
As you can notice in the preview of this post, we’re also changing the module’s background color on hover. Don’t use a default background color and add the following color code on hover:
- Background Color: #191919
Move on to the module’s design tab and make sure the following image/icon alignment applies:
- Image/Icon Alignment: Center
Since we’re using a black section background color, we’ll change the module’s text color in the general text settings.
- Text Color: Light
Title Text Settings
Next, modify the title text settings accordingly:
- Title Heading Level: H3
- Title Font: Work Sans
- Title Text Size: 24px
- Title Line Height: 1.4em
Body Text Settings
Make some changes to the body text settings as well.
- Body Font: Open Sans
- Body Text Color: #8c8c8c
- Body Line Height: 2.5em
Then, go to the spacing settings and make sure there’s no custom padding in the module’s default state.
- Top Padding: 0px
- Bottom Padding: 0px
- Left Padding: 0px
- Right Padding: 0px
On hover, however, we’re creating some white space for our testimonial using the following values:
- Top Padding: 20px
- Bottom Padding: 50px
- Left Padding: 50px
- Right Padding: 50px
Complete the module’s settings by removing the default transition duration. This will allow the testimonial to appear right away when hovering/clicking the logo.
- Transition Duration: 0ms
Clone Blurb Module Twice & Place Duplicates in Remaining Columns
Once you’ve completed the first Blurb Module in column 1, you can clone the module twice and place the duplicates in the row’s remaining columns.
Clone Entire Row
You can now clone this row up to as many times as you want, depending on how many client logos you want to display.
Change Hover Content of Each Blurb Module Duplicate
Make sure you change the client logo in each duplicate Blurb Module.
Change Logo of Each Blurb Module Duplicate
Change each duplicate module’s hover content as well and you’re done!
Now that we’ve gone through all the steps, let’s take a final look at the outcome across different screen sizes.
In this post, we’ve shown you how to use Divi’s responsive options feature to replace client logos with testimonials on hover/click. This is an excellent way to save space on your pages and create interactive design across different screen sizes. Besides showing the tutorial, we’ve also shared the JSON file for free at the beginning of this post! If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment in the comment section below.
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