The different sections, rows, column setups and modules in Divi offer great flexibility for any webpage. The options are really limitless. There was one customization option though, which I was missing dearly: removing the gap between the different modules, so they create a nice mosaic. So I decided to do something about this.
Head over to the example page, where you will see a detailed description on how to achieve this and some examples of the end result. You will be surprised how easy it is!
The Divi theme can do just about anything for you, including e-commerce. It has built in support for WooCommerce so you can get a nice stylish web store up and running in no time.
If you install WooCommerce then a small shopping cart icon is automatically added to your main menu. I personally had a small bug with a fixed navigation bar at the top: when you scroll down on the page and the menu bar gets squeezed, then the cart icon is not properly aligned any more. (You can see the example in the header image of this post.) The fix is easy…