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Responsive Divi Post Carousel

Responsive Divi Post Carousel

Responsive Divi Post Slider


I recently created a responsive Divi post carousel for an upcoming child theme. A few days later, someone in the Divi Theme Users Facebook group wanted to know how to create a very similar layout using the Divi post slider module. Though that module does slide posts, it’s not designed to show more than one post at a time, and if you try to make it do so, you’re fighting a losing battle.

There are of course lots of plugins to achieve this effect, but this layout can be easily created with the standard blog module and slick.js.

After sharing this layout with that Facebook user, several more people asked for access, so I decided to make it a freebie.

Slick.js has a number of useful settings, and I’ve included some of those in the code. You can change the number of slides to show at a time, how many to scroll, set autoplay and autoplay speed, as well as define your own breakpoints so you can show less slides on smaller screens. There are more features you can use beyond what I’ve included, and you can see all those on the offical Slick.js page here.

The blog module functions as usual in that you can define the number of posts to show, categories, and which elements are visible. The layout simply takes those posts and inserts them into the carousel.

I hope you find it useful!

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How to use this template.

Unzip the download file and import the JSON layout into a page or Theme Builder layout.

The first section consists of two named code modules. Post Carousel JS adds the required jQuery and CSS file to the page and creates the carousel. Post Carousel CSS styles the carousel itself.

  1. In the Post Carousel JS code module, you can define posts to show, posts to scroll, autoplay (true/false), autoplay speed (in milliseconds), and your breakpoints.
  2. In the Post Carousel CSS code module you shouldn’t need to modify anything except the colours. Search for the HEX colour values to change the colour of the overlay and the text on hover. I have used only black (#000) and white (#fff) for ease.
  3. Make sure you include the code module section on every page you wish to display the carousel.
  4. Edit the blog module settings as you usually would.


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