Although they’re usually not the first thing visitors notice about your website, width and height CSS properties help keep your website together and looking awesome. And now, with Divi’s new draggable sizing options, you can literally control every element’s width, max width, min height, height and max height inside the builder itself.
This gives you the freedom to create websites that are highly responsive across different screen sizes.
Now, all of this sounds great, but how does this translate into a beautiful website, practically speaking? That’s exactly what we’re going to talk about in this post.
We’ll begin by first explaining the difference between all the height and width properties available within the Divi settings and then use them in different scenarios to make our page designs behave exactly the way we want them to.