How to add Particles to Divi the Really Easy Way

There are plenty articles out there how to add an impressive particle-effect to containers in Divi or any other pagebuilder. They all are like “install this, download that, configure those” etc. Here, we want to do this easiest first, maybe more complex later.

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Keep reading for an explanation on how to go on about it.

Keep reading

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You just need to copypaste everything you find here into a Divi code module and give a section, row or module the CSS-ID particles. Done.

Row Settings Particles

You can then play around with colors, sizes and opacities. Or generate a whole new look here, and replace the old part of the script with it, if you dare.

This works well with different pagebuilders too. Look, an Elementor HTML widget:

That was easy, right? Copypasting one script and IDing one element. The average twelve year old could do that.

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