WP and Divi Icons Pro is a third-party plugin that adds over 3900 icons with 11 different styles to the Divi Builder. Icons include Font Awesome, Material Design, and custom icons. You can also upload your own and use them with all the others. In this post, we’ll take a close look at WP and Divi Icons Pro to help you decide if it’s the right Divi plugin for your icon needs.
The Divi Shop Builder adds 14 new modules to the Divi Builder that allow you to customize the design of default WooCommerce pages with Divi. The plugin also comes with some premade shop layouts to give you a jump start on customizing your site. If you run an online store using WooCommerce and want to be able to customize WooCommerce just like you would any other Divi Module, this could be a great plugin for you! In this plugin highlight, we’ll take a close look at the features that come with Divi Shop Builder to give you an idea of what you can accomplish with this plugin.
Hey Divi Creators! Thanks for joining us for the next installment of our weekly Divi Design Initiative where each week, we give away brand new freebies. This time around we’re building upon the Poke Restaurant Layout Pack with a brand new blog post template that matches the rest of the pack perfectly. Hope you enjoy it!
Email blasts have been a staple of email marketing and general-purpose newsletters since the advent of bulk email. They certainly aren’t going away either. But email recipients are growing more discerning and skeptical, especially with marketing emails, so it is important to know how to send an email blast the right way.
In this article, we’ll explore what an email blast is, what you should be careful of, and how to send one to get the best results.
As a designer or creative, it’s always a good idea to have a portfolio to show your work online. In the digital era that we’re living in, building a personal brand is a great way to set yourself apart from the competition. Bearing this in mind, using Divi to create your portfolio website is a great idea. Divi has two native modules that can help you build your portfolio. We have the Portfolio Module, as well as the Filterable Portfolio Module. Both allow you to showcase your portfolio in two ways. While the Portfolio Module is a good way to show your work, the Filterable Portfolio Module allows you to showcase more of your work and comes with a filter that will enable you to better present your work in a more organized way. By default, our portfolio modules showcase your work in either one or four columns, depending on the layout you choose. However, in this tutorial, we’ll be using CSS to change columns in Divi’s portfolio module.
In this tutorial, we’ll be using Divi’s Filterable Portfolio Module within the FREE Print Designer Layout Pack. Specifically, we’ll be using the Print Designer Gallery Page Template from the layout pack. There are two layout styles within Divi’s portfolio Modules. The Grid Layout comes with four columns. The Full Width Layout comes in one column. We’ll be using the Grid Layout and CSS to change columns in Divi’s portfolio module. With CSS, we’ll change the columns within the module to 2, 3, 5, and 6 columns. The module will also be mobile responsive for both tablet and mobile devices.