A timeline layout can come in handy for a lot of different applications on a website, especially if it looks great on mobile. You can use it for showcasing a sequence of milestones on an about page, featuring the steps of a process, and much more. And with Divi’s scroll effects, you can make a timeline design come alive!
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to design a complete Divi timeline layout with scroll effects. The timeline layout is versatile, elegant, and responsive. And, the scroll effect features a running dot that leads the user down the timeline, highlighting each event as the user scrolls.
Check it out!
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To import the layout to your page, simply extract the zip file and drag the JSON file into the Divi Builder.
Let’s get to the tutorial, shall we?
What You Need to Get Started
To get started, you will need to do the following:
- If you haven’t yet, install and activate the Divi Theme.
- Create a new page in WordPress and use the Divi Builder to edit the page on the front end (visual builder).
- Choose the option “Build From Scratch”.
- Then search for and select the Brewery Layout Pack under the premade layouts tab. Then select the Brewery About Page layout and click the “Use This Layout” button.
After that, you are ready to start designing in Divi.
Creating a Timeline Layout with Scroll Effects in Divi
This timeline layout design includes two main parts – the header section and
This article was written by Jason Champagne and originally published on Elegant Themes Blog.