Column Design Options:
A New Column Experience is
Coming to Divi!
We’re happy to announce that, soon, the experience you have with columns in Divi will take a new turn. The column structures will become part of the main row modal and you’ll also be able to change the appearance of columns using all the built-in design options you’re already used to!
You can already do quite a lot with columns, however, you currently don’t have the same creative freedom (design-wise) as you do with rows or sections. Luckily, that’s about to change! Soon, you can expect Divi’s new column design options and the same creative freedom for columns as you have for sections, rows and modules.
What to Expect
All the design options you’re used to will be part of columns as well.
The new column design options feature will empower you to create intuitive designs. Let’s take a look at what you can expect.
Column Structures & Columns in Row Modal
The new column design options come with an entirely different approach. You’ve seen the approach before, though. It’s already used for the Slider Module, for instance. Once you open the row settings, you’ll be able to choose your preferred column structure. You can then add the various columns as child elements of the row.
All the Design & Efficiency Options You Need
This new approach brings a ton of design options which you can apply to each and every column you add. You get the same design possibilities and interface that you already use for other elements (such as modules). The design efficiency features, such as extend styles, will also apply. This will make it easy to create intuitive and customized column designs in no time.
A New Way of Adding Columns
To keep the Visual Builder’s real-time drag and drop experience ahead of the game, you’ll also be able to horizontally add new columns as you go along.
You Ask, Divi Delivers
We’re making sure your requests are heard and turned into reality in just a matter of time.
We’re looking forward to seeing all the beautiful column designs when this update comes out. Make sure you check back with us next week for more Divi awesomeness. Be sure to let us know what you think of this upcoming feature in the comment section!
It’s also important to put option to sort columns differently for mobile. That is, change the order of the columns in the mobile view. Elementor already has this feature and it is very good …
hi Sir, i hope this time , there will be an option to make side by side ( 2 column ) for mobile view.
I want to create a 2 different block color like this sample post (the box below 4 vegetables)
How could I edit like that in Visual Builder?
Cool feature, what about responsiveness of the row, how will we set the number of columns in each viewport.
Thank you so much for the update!
Impressive! Nice feature!
Good work guys!
I love it!
This is going to be amazing, cannot wait. As the above comment from Christian, I would also like to know what is the maximum number of columns possible in a fullwidth row?
This sounds great. But what is the maximum number of columns possible in a fullwith row?
I’d really love to see some focus on the Navigation options provided in Divi to include features such as mega menus.