Method . Next we need to set up our gallery with the images, captions and links we want to display. I’ve succeeded to change the aspect ratio, however, the aspect ratio is changed but the image used for the GALLERY is the “et-pb-portfolio-image size”, which is, by default, 400x284px. In this third example, we’re going to be using a CSS “clipping mask” to create a nifty little border around our gallery images. By default, the Divi Image Gallery shows you square-cropped versions of the photos in the gallery grid. This entry was posted in Divi, General know-how, Video Tutorials, Divi Web Designer Resources, Divi Resources, Images and Graphics, Getting Started guide. Bookmark the permalink . Use Any Image Size or Shape In The Divi Portfolio Module! … Change Divi Portfolio Images to Square or Any Other Proportion. The Divi gallery module has a handy, though not very obvious, feature for re-ordering the images in the gallery module. I followed several tutorials on how to change aspect ratio of the divi gallery images. Sorting the Gallery Image Modules by Drag and Drop. If you’re not too familiar with CSS, don’t worry, I’ll provide the code and explain what it’s for and how to use it. So open up the gallery module, set the layout to grid, set the number of images you want to show (I’m using 8) and make sure show title and caption is set to yes.Then click on update gallery.. In a recent project I was asked to create a filterable image gallery. The code below changes how the image shows up in the grid, enabling you to see the full square image. As Divi doesn’t do this out of the box, I had to look for options, one of them being Essential Grid but as I didn’t want to fork out for a plugin that would have been overkill, I decided to see if I could turn the Divi Tabs module into the same kind of thing and, with a little bit of tinkering, I managed to come right. We have already published two other tutorials in our “change image aspect ration” series, and there is one more to follow after this. 3) Creating a Unique Border for your Divi Gallery Module Images. You can simply drag and drop them into the order you wish them to display, like so: However, in the case of square images, Divi still crops the images, making it so you can’t see the full image in the grid.