Add Gradients to Module Background in Divi
By Divi Dude
Please note: With Divi 3.0.50 (or thereabouts), Divi introduced gradients in its background modules. I still prefer to do it the way described below, because I only have to create it once and then add the name to the CSS Class Field as opposed to always cutting and pasting the hex values in the modules. Try both ways and see which one works better for you.
Gradients are a terrific way to add a little pizzazz to your website’s color scheme. Creating gradients are relatively simple to do too. Mostly because other really smart people have written the code for you, and then you just need to know where to put it. That’s what my video shows you.
Here’s the link to ColorZilla the video references.
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