Should you want to vertically align two modules placed on two adjacent columns, use the pre-defined class for aligning columns.
Let’s take an example – one Divi row, two columns, one with a text module, the other with an image module. We’d like to have them placed next to other and vertically aligned.
Open the row settings, navigate to the Advanced tab, and under CSS ID & Classes, write aligning-columns into each column’s CSS class area.
Then, navigate to the Design tab, and under Sizing, turn on the Equalize Columns Heights options. Save the settings. Done.