How to do Blurbs Side by Side and not Stacked on Mobile

How to do Blurbs Side by Side and not Stacked on Mobile

With Divi, using a blurb module is one of the easiest ways to create a great looking mobile site. A true mobile site increases the interaction with those visiting your site.

One thing people need is the blurbs to be side by side and not stacked on a mobile screen. Watch the video below to see how this happens. The actual code is listed out below. Need help getting a true mobile experience with your site, Contact us for help.

Code for code module.

<style>.mobileColumn {display: inline-block; max-width :50%;} </style>

Row / Custom CSS for each Column Class ID use


The code is case sensitive.

True Mobile Site for Event Brings Great Interaction

True Mobile Site for Event Brings Great Interaction

The Kentucky Woolfest was a great time and the true mobile site for the event proved to be a great success. The full site was used but we wanted a nice interactive mobile site for our client during the 3 day event. People could search craft vendors, food and check the times for the entertainment on the two stages.

Stats for the mobile site was 14,688 unique views and 29,366 page views overall.

While on the mobile site user could add to home-screen for a nice app icon and when launched users had a full screen for a mobile web app look and feel.

Both the Full and Mobile site were done with Divi.

Business Card Layout Section

Business Card Layout Section

A handy way to get a profile business card or other personal/social information. This JSON file is a section and built for mobile devices. You can also consolidate this section and make it 4 column row on a full site, but going single line blurbs.

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Divi Mobile Layout Section

Divi Mobile Layout Section

A great way to add a true mobile interactive experience is delivering a mobile web app look and feel.

You can do this by adding a section dedicated for mobile viewers right within your home page. Use the disable feature on each section and you are set.

This mobile section has a locked code section that takes care of spacing and keeping two blurb images side by side on mobile screens.

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Responsive versus Mobile

Responsive versus Mobile

I am not going to bash responsive websites, I honestly feel responsive websites are one of the greatest features to hit the world wide web in a long time. That being said (yes a butt is coming) a true mobile site still is a big need for the success of a website. The only exception to this rule (maybe) is if you are a blogger and have your posts on your homepage.

Users want interaction when they visit a  website via mobile. I’ve been building and creating mobile sites for almost 9 years. (Well to clarify mobile sites back then were actually called WAP sites.) So over the past nine years I have captured analytics of how people use the features and what pages from their mobile device they visited based on the type of company or service you offer.

In the end, responsive design is supposed to offer a solution for all screen sizes. Unfortunately, all the desktop content loading onto a mobile device is not what end users want to see. Now with Divi you can choose to load only certain content based on the device accessing your site, but that still does not offer an easy to manage site nor does it have all the content built specifically for mobile.

Maybe we have entered an age that requires a new buzz word change. People used to need a WAP site, then a mobile site and now responsive is supposed to be the answer. Sadly responsive is not the answer.  So maybe we don’t call it a mobile site at all and just call this solution a mobile web app.

I lost a few mobile site customers that changed their full sites over to responsive and found the need for a true mobile site no longer existed. Well I am starting to get those clients back when their mobile site performance dropped way off with client interaction. When I switched them back to a mobile web app look…… the mobile device traffic returned.

I do build all our mobile solutions with Divi, but keep in mind that responsive although great, does not deliver a great solution for mobile device users.

Came across another great article on this subject that is a great read Here.