WordPress Divi Modules Mastery Part 4 Step by Step under #MissionDiviZee2019 by Syed Wajdan Zeerak. Call to Action (CTA) Module, Circle Counter and Code Module. In Depth Explanation.
Zeerak is one of my passionate #Spartans. I asked him to learn Divi Theme and Builder. Now he is making and creating WordPress Sites and Themes with the help of Divi, a well known WP Drag and Drop Builder Framework by Elegant Themes.
He is also one of the youngest freelancers from Pakistan, India and Bangladesh region. There are other teenagers too. We need to encourage our young birds to use their wings. We need to help them learn how to fly.
In this tutorial, #Zeerak enters Divi Modules Zone. This is Part 4 of Modules Series. In Part 1 & 2 & 3, we learnt about Accordion, Audio, Blog , Bar Counters, button, blurb Modules. In this tutorial, we are learning about:
1) Call to Action Module (CTA). Mainly used to collect emails for list building, for subscriptions or to offer something with button to contact or hire etc.
2) Circle Counter (Same as bar counters. Mainly used to show progress etc)
3) Code Module (This is very handy module. It can be used to put html/ JS code etc). It allows custom coding, and it empowers WordPress Developers to get what’s not available with drag and drop modules.
He demonstrated how we can access these modules. He created a regular section and started his journey with CTA Module. He explained all configurations, set up and design elements available in Divi Builder. He explored and shared with us different creative possibilities.
Then he shared with us Circle Counter and Code Module.
I am confident that I have assigned a dedicated teenager. You’d love the way he explains technical things the easy way.I’m very happy with his demonstration style. He himself is a fast learner. I wish him all the best. Mission #WPSpartans300 is a great success as that move motivated a lot many young freelancers to polish their skills and learn to acquire new skills.
#MissionDiviZee2019 is its extension. WOW.
Note : All these tuts are in mix of Urdu / English Languages. Mainly it’s for Urdu / Hindi Speakers for now.
Zeerak has used Divi here:
He is a shining student, and he is Divi Explorer. Let’s appreciate him in his learning endeavors.