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Divi’s new image replacement hover options give your projects a whole new level of creativity. In this post, we’ll show you how to create a beautiful section with images that change on hover. We hope this design inspires you to create your own creative sections with Divi’s image replacement hover options. You’ll be able to download the JSON file for free as well!

Let’s get to it.

Preview

Before we dive into the tutorial, let’s take a quick look at the outcome across different screen sizes.

Desktop

Mobile

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Let’s Start Recreating

Add New Section

Spacing

Start by creating a new page or adding a new section to an existing page. Before adding a row, adjust the section’s spacing settings.

  • Top and Bottom Margin: 2vw
  • Left and Right Margin: 2vw

Border

Then, add some border radius.

  • Rounded Corners: 10px

Add New Row

Column Structure

Continue by adding a new row to the section using the following column structure:

Background

Before adding any modules, add a pale salmon gradient background.

  • Background: Gradient
  • Gradient Color 1: Pale Salmon #f4e9de
  • Gradient Color 2: Even Paler Salmon #fff0e8

Sizing

Continue by adjusting the row’s width.

  • Gutter Width: 1
  • Width: 100%
  • Max Width: 100%

Spacing

Finally, adjust the spacing.

  • Top Padding:
    • Desktop + Tablet: 5vw
  • Left Padding:
    • Tablet + Phone: 5vw
  • Right Padding:
    • Desktop: 7vw
    • Tablet + Phone: 5vw

Add Text Module to Column 1

Add H2 Content

Time to start adding modules! Add a text module to column 1 and insert some H2 content of your choice.

Heading Text

Move on to the design tab and style the H2 text settings accordingly:

  • Heading Text Level: H2
  • H2 Font: Annie Use Your Telescope
  • H2 Font Weight: Bold
  • H2 Text Alignment: Center
  • H2 Text Color: Brown #793715
  • H2 Text Color:
    • Desktop: 7.2vw
    • Tablet: 12vw
    • Phone: 11vw

Sizing

Modify the width on desktop next.

  • Width:
    • Desktop: 45vw
    • Tablet +Phone: 100%

Transform

Last but not least, rotate the text and change its position using the transform settings.

  • Transform Rotate:
    • Desktop: 270 deg
  • Transform Translate:
    • x-axis: -10vw
    • y-axis: 19vw

Add 1st Image Module to Column 1

Add a transparent illustration

Add a new image module right below the text module and upload an illustration of your choice. You can find the images that we’re using in this tutorial by downloading the zipped folder at the beginning of this post.

Sizing

Now, force the image size to fullwidth.

  • Fullwidth: Yes

Spacing

Then, adjust the spacing settings.

  • Top Margin:
    • Desktop + Tablet: -11vw
  • Left Margin:
    • Desktop: -2vw
    • Tablet+ Phone: -36vw
  • Left and Right Padding:
    • Desktop: 10vw
    • Tablet + Phone: 34vw

Add 2nd Image Module to Column 1

Add a transparent illustration

Right below the first image module, add another one. Insert an illustration of your choice.

Sizing

Force the module to fullwidth.

  • Fullwidth: Yes

Spacing

Then, adjust the spacing settings.

  • Top Margin:
    • Desktop: -2vw
    • Tablet+ Phone: -10vw
  • Left Margin:
    • Desktop + Tablet: -14vw
  • Left and Right Padding:
    • Desktop: 7vw
    • Tablet + Phone: 35vw

Add 3rd Image Module to Column 1

Add an image

Add another image module to the column and insert an illustration.

Sizing

Then, force the module to fullwidth.

  • Fullwidth: Yes

Spacing

Finally, adjust the spacing.

  • Top Margin:
    • Tablet+ Phone: -18vw
  • Left Margin:
    • Desktop: -13vw
    • Tablet + Phone: 10vw
  • Left and Right Padding:
    • Desktop: 7vw
    • Tablet + Phone: 35vw

Add 4th Image Module to Column 1

Add an image

The final module in column 1 is another image module. Insert an illustration.

Sizing

Force the module to fullwidth.

  • Fullwidth: Yes

Spacing

Then, adjust the spacing.

  • Top Margin:
    • Desktop: 3vw
    • Tablet+ Phone: -15vw
  • Left Margin:
    • Desktop: -3vw
    • Tablet + Phone: 30vw
  • Left and Right Padding:
    • Desktop: 10vw
    • Tablet + Phone: 35vw

Transform

Last but not least, rotate the illustration.

  • Transform Rotate: 84deg

Add 1st Text Module to Column 2

Add Content

On to the next column! Add a text module with some H3 content of your choice.

Add Link

Then, add a link to the module.

Background

Go to the background settings and add a background color next.

  • Background: Color
  • Background Color: Brown #793715

Heading Text

Then, style the H3 text in the design tab.

  • Heading Text Level: H3
  • H3 Font: Annie Use Your Telescope
  • H3 Color: White #ffffff
  • H3 Font Size:
    • Desktop: 2vw
    • Tablet: 5vw
    • Phone: 6vw

Sizing

Now, adjust the sizing settings.

  • Width: 33%
  • Module Alignment: Center

Spacing

Then, add some spacing values across different screen sizes.

  • Bottom Margin: 1vw
  • Top Padding:
    • Desktop: 0.5vw
    • Tablet + Phone: 2.3vw
  • Bottom Padding:
    • Desktop + Tablet: 1.1vw

Border

Continue by adding some border radius.

  • Rounded Corners: 1vw all corners

Box Shadow

Finally, add a box shadow.

  • Box Shadow: First Option
  • Horizontal Position: 7px
  • Blur Strength: 25px

Add 1st Image Module to Column 2

Add Image

The next module we need in column 2 is an image module. Upload two different images: one for the static state and one on hover.

  • Static: First Image
  • Hover: Second Image

Sizing

Force the image to fullwidth.

  • Fullwidth: Yes

Spacing

Then, adjust the spacing values.

  • Top Margin:
    • Desktop: -2vw
    • Tablet + Phone: 20vw
  • Bottom Margin:
    • Desktop + Tablet: 4vw
  • Left Margin:
    • Desktop: -5vw

Border

Add rounded corners next.

  • Rounded Corners: 10 px all corners

Box Shadow

Give the image a subtle box shadow too.

  • Box Shadow: Second Option
  • Vertical Position: 20px
  • Blur Strength: 80px

Transform

Finally, adjust the transform scale values on hover.

  • Transform Scale on Hover: 110%

Duplicate Text and Image Modules in Column 2

Clone both modules and place the duplicates in the right order.

Adjust 2nd Text Module in Column 2

Change Content and Link

Change the content in the duplicate text module.

Adjust 2nd Image Module in Column 2

Change Images

Change the images in both the static and hover settings.

Clone column 2

Delete column 3 and duplicate column 2

Go back to the row settings and delete the 3rd column. Then, duplicate the 2nd column.

Adjust 1st Text Module in Column 3

Change Content and Link

After duplicating the 2nd column, adjust the text and link in the 1st text module of column 3.

Adjust 1st Image Module in Column 3

Change Images

Change the images in the image module too.

Spacing

Then, adjust the spacing.

  • Top Margin:
    • Desktop: -2vw
    • Tablet + Phone: 11vw
  • Bottom Margin
    • Desktop + Tablet: 5vw

Adjust 2nd Text Module in Column 3

Change Content and Link

Change the text and link of the last text module in column 3.

Adjust 2nd Image Module in Column 3

Change Images

Change the static and hover images of the last image module too.

Spacing

Finally, adjust the spacing of the image module and you’re done!

  • Top Margin:
    • Desktop: -3vw
    • Tablet + Phone: 7vw

Preview

Now that we’ve gone through all the steps, let’s take a final look at the outcome across different screen sizes.

Desktop

Mobile

Conclusion

In this post, we’ve shown you how to create a design with Divi’s new image replacement hover options. This functionality can lead to many creative possibilities. We hope you will use them in your own projects. Remember to use the same image sizes for both the static and hover images. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comment section below!