Divi’s Blog Module has a useful grid layout option for your blog posts. The grid template organizes your blog posts into boxes or cards that make it easier to view more posts on your screen than a standard full-width blog layout.
The Blog Module Settings allow you to customize the overall design of your grid. You can easily make all of your cards the same background color, font, margins, etc…
However, the styling options are limited to the design of the grid as a whole, making it difficult to apply multiple or different designs to the cards within the grid.
Today I’m going to show you how to target and apply more than one style to the cards that make up your blog grid using custom CSS. I’ll show you how to apply a different style to every other card, creating a checkered effect. I’ll also show you how to style your cards differently by row and how to target and style any individual card by itself.
I’m including 4 examples of how to style your grid cards including a few hover effects you can use. By the end of this tutorial, you will be setup to create amazing blog grid designs for your next project.
Read more: https://www.elegantthemes.com/blog/divi-resources/how-to-style-your-divi-blog-module-grid-cards-with-4-examples