Apr 22, 2020 | Divi Resources

How to use before and after slider module in Divi with examples

Note: In this blog post, we’ll look at the features of Divi Before and After slider module of the Divi Plus plugin. We’ll  also look at some examples created using this module. 

Divi Before and After slider comes with the Divi Plus plugin. It’s an excellent tool that allows users to compare alternate versions of an image with a moving slider. Plus, it also provides users extra control to use it even more efficiently. Moreover, it’s an easy to use module, and using this you can quickly display two versions of an image with no extra effort.

Now, let’s see how it works.

Add Divi Before and After Slider module

Once you’ve purchased the Divi Plus plugin, and installed it in your WordPress site, it will add multiple modules to the Divi page builder. Such as Divi Breadcrumbs, Fancy Headings, Fancy Text, Separator, and Before and After Slider.

To use it, create a new or edit an existing one, and add this module to the page. You’ll find it as DP Before After Slider.

DP Before After Slider

Upon adding this module it will open up it’s settings, which include multiple customization options. We’ll look at each in the subsequent sections of this article.

Content Tab

Content tab of this module contains Slider Content settings, where you can add images for before and after use.

Before and After Slider Content

Show Label

An additional option whether to show label on the slider or not. Plus, helps you to change the background color of the label text. In addition to these, it includes default Divi builder content settings such as Link, Background and Admin Label.

Before and After Slider with label

Design Tab

Design tab of the Before After Slider module, gives user multiple options to change the look and feel of the slider. Plus, all the default design settings to make the image slider even more effective and appealing.

Slider Styling

This gives users ability to change the orientation of the slider. Plus, multiple micro customization options to bring some change in the behavior of the slider.

Before After Slider Orientation

Handle Offset

It allows you to set position of the slider when it’s get loaded.

Move On Hover

By enabling this option, you’ll make the slider move through mouse hover on the images.

Before and After Slider Move on hover

Handle Color

Allows you to choose different colors for the slider handle.

Before After Slider Handle Color

On Hover Overlay

On Hover Overlay Settings

Adds functionality to the before and after slider to display an overlay color or gradient when mouse hovered.

Label Text Setting

This provides you the option to customize the color, fonts, alignment, size and much more for the slider label text.

Slider Label Text Settings

Take a look at some Divi Before After slider examples

Summary

Above, we’ve discussed the working of Divi Plus Before After Slider module and shown you its exclusive features. We’ve also shown you some examples of image comparison keeping different industries in mind. Now, if you want to create before after image comparison slider for your site and business, then go and get the Divi Plus plugin.

Before you go, we want to know your thoughts about this blog post. And if you’ve already used this module, then how it was like using it. Please share your views in the comment section, and we’ll love to read them.

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  1. Tony

    So, is there no option to upload different sizes of images for different breakpoints, Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile views?

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    So, is there no option to upload different sizes of images for different breakpoints, Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile views?

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