FREE Divi Plugin: Get Our Divi Image Hover Module FREE

by | Nov 18, 2021 | Divi Tutorials, Product Announcements | 6 comments

Today we are back with another awesome FREE Divi Plugin! 🥳

Introducing, Divi Image Hover Module! 🔥

Divi Image Hover Module is a Divi module (duh!) that lets you create gorgeous image hover effects! You can transform boring static Divi images into engaging and interactive images with beautiful animations and titles and descriptions that display on hover. 😍

Here’s what the module looks like:

BONUS: The Demo Page for Divi Image Hover is also included for free 🥳

Hundreds of Image Hover Animation Options

Divi Image Hover Module includes the Animate.CSS library which means the animations are pure CSS (won’t slow down your site!). It also means there’s hundreds of animations to choose from, so you’ll never run out of gorgeous animations to choose from!

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6 Comments

  1. Fanus van Straten

    Thanks for this great plugin Tim! I had a look on my mobile on the demo page that there seems to be a padding issue towards the bottom. I suppose one can adapt that in the module settings? Sorry, I haven’t had a chance to test it yet.

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    • Tim Strifler

      Hi Fanus,

      Yes, you can change that in the plugin settings. We obviously didn’t take the time to optimize for mobile like we should have 🙂

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  2. Heather

    This is much easier than how I have been accomplishing something similar. Is it possible to make the hover color transparent? I made the color somewhat transparent and it doesn’t appear that way when I close the builder.

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    • Tim Strifler

      Hi Heather,

      You should definitely be able to set the hover color to transparent. I just tested it to be sure. I think it may depend on the exact animation you choose though since some animations will move the image outside of the frame. So if there’s no image below then it may not work well.

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      • Heather

        Thanks, changing that works 🙂

        Reply

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