• Adding visual styling using custom CSS

  • A question was posted on the Theme Fusion forum about extending an image beyond the page width without using the full-width layout.

  • I recently read an article on CSS Tricks about achieving a modern layout using CSS grid that allows your text to be a fixed width for optimal reading and allowing select images to to span the full width of your page or container.

  • A Facebook user asked if it would be possible to create a popular CV template using Avada.

  • This is a fundamental challenge is that this represents some of the basic column functionality of Avada, but if you are new to it might not be "common sense."

  • This challenge came from a couple of questions in the facebook group: How do I center a 1/2 column in desktop and have it be full width on smaller screens? How do I keep an image focal point correct on mobile?

  • The YouTube video parameters allow you to control some of the features that the embedded player has enabled by default. Some have changed over the years and others are not quite as functional as one might like.

  • I really like the new features available in Avada 7, but there are a couple of frustrations that have appeared post beta. This will address one such frustration - a mega menu in a custom header.

  • An Avada user wanted to know if it was possible to recreate a look where an image appears to overlap another section without using css or negative margins.

  • Is it possible to create columns that change color when you hover over them?