Learn how to edit Blurb Module using Inspect in Divi theme using the “Inspect” tool of the Google Chrome browser. It may be an easy tutorial for expert developers, but I’d love to follow this tutorial a while ago.

Nothing is wrong with the Blurb Module itself! I think the Elegant Themes chose well their name. They really create awesome layouts and designs. But, it’s impossible to quick create all kind of possible design layouts toggling options in a visual builder only.

Let’s create a kind of Blurb Module that I usually use in my client websites.

Without further ado, follow this tutorial to learn how to edit Blurb Module using Inspect in Divi theme.

How to edit Blurb Module using Inspect in Divi theme in Divi theme

Preview

It’s not really a hacking thing – but, it’s the only way I know how to say this in English. It’s just changing how the Module is supposed to work with some CSS changes.

The layout problem

First, I want to use images on the Blurb Module of the size 100px, but when I put it to the left side, it automatically shrinks to around 32px wide.

Second, the icon becomes too big compared to the title and description, so let’s use some of the position: relative CSS properties to easily fix this.

Third, the width of the text is too wide for what I need the Blurb Module to be. So, let’s adjust it quickly.

Custom CSS to create the design changes

Add the following code to Divi > Theme Options > Custom CSS:

/* -- Blurb Module -- */
.et_pb_main_blurb_image {
    width: 100px !important;
}

.et_pb_blurb_container {
    position: relative;
    top: 15px;
    width: 220px;
}

So, after pasting the CSS above you’ll be able to create a Blurb Module similar to the demo.

You can just copy the CSS to make it work, but it would be nicer to follow along with the video tutorial and try it by yourself with the “Inspection” tool.

It’s having fun to explore code the best way to really learn code.

Conclusion

How did you like the tutorial of hack Blurb Module in Divi theme?

I did a quick video without too much planning, do you think it lost too much quality – or is it better to create more tutorials with lower quality – then almost never publish new content with superior quality?

Remember, your feedback is always important for me.

Hope I managed to help you somehow.

See ya!