Divi is an excellent theme to build travel websites. Whether you’re building a website for travel agencies with booking built in or creating a personal blog about your travels, you can build it with Divi. Of course, you can build from scratch or use a layout or child theme to build any type of travel site you want.
In this article, we’ll take a look at ten Divi child themes for travel websites to help you get started on your next travel design. The child themes are in no particular order.
The Adobe Creative Cloud is the industry standard for all things design and is the favorite layout design program for desktop publishing. With InDesign, you can create print and digital projects like magazines, books, brochures, and booklets.
Some creative professionals actually prefer Adobe InDesign over Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop for their design projects. In fact, they might even tell you that it’s the most versatile of all three Adobe products for designers!
In order to help you decide, we have put together a collection of the best InDesign tutorials released in 2019. These were all created for the last version of InDesign or updated to include new functions. The majority of the tutorials below are free and in both text or video format. In addition, the ones at the end are available through subscription-based sites like Udemy and Skillshare.
Mark sat down with Frank Robinson at WordCamp Atlanta a few weeks ago. Frank started Studio Media 22 in 2008, an agency focused on building sites and digital media in the beauty industry. Frank is a software designer and entrepreneur growing his business. We talk about why he focused on the beauty industry and how that gives him a competitive advantage, the opportunities for business, film and technology in Atlanta as well as why security and Wordfence is such a critical part of his business.
Divi’s built-in options allow you to use one particular design setting for multiple purposes, which in turn helps spark creativity. Today, we’re going to use section dividers in a unique way to elegantly hide your website’s copy. This is a great way to add extra interaction to your page without the need for custom code. We’ll recreate a beautiful example from scratch and you’ll be able to download the example’s JSON file for free as well.
Let’s get to it!
Before we dive into the tutorial, let’s take a quick look at the outcome across different screen sizes.
Not that long ago, QR codes had a bad reputation. After their widespread introduction in the mid-1990s, they quickly turned into an ongoing joke. Anyone and their neighbor would create QR code graphics and slap them onto anything. This resulted in sites like WTF QR CODES, where QR code fails were showcased for the world to giggle at. But then, sometime around 2017, QR codes started making a comeback. And now, they are a pretty well accepted visual marketing tactic and are finally being used how they were meant to.