How to Escape Custom CSS in Divi Modules: A Quick Guide to Advanced Styling

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Welcome to this tutorial on escaping custom CSS on Divi modules and adding more complex styles directly within your modules. If you’ve ever used the custom CSS field on the Advanced tab in Divi, you know that it can be both a blessing and a curse. While it’s a great way to add simple styles to your modules, it quickly becomes limiting when you want to add more advanced styling, such as keyframe animations or references to other classes. This is where this tutorial comes in – we’ll show you how to escape the custom CSS jail and take your website design to the next level.We even circle back to ChatGPT by way of the New Bing with ChatGPT to generate some code.If you have not seen our awesome tutorial dedicated to Divi and ChatGPT, check it our here 👉📖 Text Tutorial @👉 Learn more about Divi Engine @👉 Get the Divi Theme @ Introduction01:37 Escaping Divi Module CSS03:42 Using the New Bing with ChatGPT to generate CSS06:07 Refactoring the generated code07:34 Adding the generated code to the Divi Module09:10 Adding our portable module to a new page10:07 Conclusion