Apply Awesome Box Shadow Effects
To Any Divi Element
The new Divi Builder box shadow interface makes it easy to create stylish shadows and apply them to any module, row or section.
Today we are updating Divi with brand new Box Shadow options that give you the power to easily design wonderful shadow effects and apply them to any module, row or section on your page. You can build custom shadows using our new box shadow controls, or you can quickly select from many pre-made shadow styles and apply them to any element with a single click.
The New Box Shadow Controls
Box shadows are easy to create in the Divi Builder. Craft your own custom shadows or apply one of many pre-designed styles with a single click.
Full Custom Control
Every module, row and section in the Divi Builder now has a full set of box shadow options. You can control the box shadow color, position, blur, strength and build both inset and outset shadows. Creating and customizing these shadows is so much fun in the Visual Builder.
Easy To Use Presets
In addition to building your own box shadow styles, you can select from several presets that we have designed for you. These seven styles let you quickly apply all of the most common box shadow effects with a single click. Once applied, the shadow can be further customized using the full set of controls.
Add Shadows To Any Element!
Everything in the Divi Builder can have box shadows added to it! It’s amazing how many creative ways this one set of controls can be applied to different modules to create new and interesting styles.
10 Stunning Effects You Can
Achieve With Divi Box Shadows
You will be surprised how many cool designs can be created using Divi’s new box shadow options.
There are so many fun ways that you can use box shadows to bring your designs to life. Add box shadows to button modules to make them stand out, add box shadows to images to help give depth to your design or even add shadows to entire sections to add that extra bit of separation.
Our team has been having a blast experimenting with these fun new controls, and we know that you will too. Just take a look at some of the amazing designs our team was able to build using these new features.
The new box shadow options are available today, so download Divi and take them for a spin. Let us know what you think in the comments and don’t forget to check back next week for even more great Divi features coming your way.
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I made a Button using the Box-Shadow Feature.
Now I want to alter the Box-Shadow for the hover-state, is that somehow possible?
-> I want the box shadow to be removed, to have the feeling of a physical button being pushed.
I love this! Shadows for everything! Only problem I’ve come across is no drop shadow for a column. Need more column specific updates in the next round. You guys are awesome. Keep doing you and making us all very happy people.
Great work, does this work as a text-shadow option as well, ive been manually doing this for a long time and would love to see the same but for text. Thanks.
I started implementing shadows right away. As usual, you guys are flawless. Now all my buttons (among other elements), leap right off the page.
How can i activate box shadows? I dont see this option in any modules..
I definitely have to say that I love the new features that you guys have implemented. Such a time saver! Thanks for the update.
Well done, ET!
I must say, IT’S ABOUT TIME a major voice in the industry began moving away from that irritating and off-base FLAT DESIGN (said with a tone of disgust) fad that has been infesting websites over the last decade, making it difficult to distinguish elements of a site, and in many cases, downright ugly. Sure, some flat design is well-done, but not much, and I’m hugely tickled to see trends finally moving away from it.
Now that these wonderful box shadows are easier in Divi, might I suggest a next step to be doing the same for BORDERS? Style, color, size, etc.?
Again, well-done, ET.