Does and Don’ts + 30+ Divi CSS Snippets + Manually Moving WordPress


I have helped numerous beginners, intermediate and expert designers (yes, even we get stuck at times) over the last couple of years. Most recently, I was an original member of the Divi Fixr’ team. It is from these sessions this e-book came about.

The book is broken down into three sections:

Dos and Don’ts

30+ Divi CSS Snippets

Manually Moving WordPress

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Dos and Don’ts are samples of the good, bad and ugly not of the design, but how various Divi modules were used and answering some questions I get quite often. Such as “What’s the difference with CSS ID and CSS class.”

30+ CSS Snippets are some of the most commonly ask questions as well as things I’ve pounded my head on my desk trying to figure out.

I’ve been asked many times and I’ve seen it asked time and again how you move WordPress files from one server to another. Included in Manually Moving WordPress are step by step instructions.

The zip file has the following formats:

PDF (for print)
PDF (for digital)
EPUB (for Nook, iBooks, Kobo etc.)
MOBI (for Kindle)

As I continue to develop websites and run into more and more things I just need to change, this book will be updated free of charge.

I am an awarding winning logo and website designer who when not designing logos and websites, likes to write about how the industry has changed and what it looks to become in the future. I started designing websites around 1995. For the past 8 years, all sites have been developed in WordPress. Originally, I would develop the site in HTML and then convert those files to WordPress. Today all child themes are built on the framework of Divi. Guest blogger at 3lovablelabs,  Tropic Moon Media, and Patti & Hank.

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