When you select your saved layouts from the Load From Library option in the Divi Builder, you’ll see layouts that you’ve added to both your Divi Library and Divi Cloud. What if you wanted to easily distinguish which items are in which locations? Fortunately, Divi makes it easy to know which layouts are local and which are in your Divi Cloud. In this post, we’ll see how to distinguish local from Cloud items in your Divi Library. We’ll also discuss the advantages of both storage options.
One of the many advantages of Divi is the ability to import layouts to any Divi website. You can create pages on one site and import them into the Divi Library, specific pages and posts, and the Divi Theme Builder. As you may have guessed, you can also import your layouts directly to your Divi Cloud. In this post, we’ll see how to import a layout to your Divi Cloud. We’ll also see how to find it easily once it’s uploaded and how to add categories and tags to help keep your Divi Cloud organized.
Divi Cloud is a great way to store layouts to reuse. Users can organize them with custom categories, tags, and more. Once you have a lot of Divi Cloud items, they can become more difficult to search and sort if they’re not organized well. In this post, we’ll see how to reorganize a Divi Cloud item to help you keep your Divi Cloud simple and easy to use.
There are many reasons to remove an item from your Divi Cloud. There are also many reasons to restore a Divi Cloud item once it’s been removed. Fortunately, it is a simple process to restore your Divi Cloud items. In this post, we’ll see how to restore a Divi Cloud item from scratch. We’ll also see how to delete Divi Cloud items.
The header is one of the most important elements of any website and is central to the user experience. The navigation menu gives your users an idea of what they can expect to find on your website and helps them locate the information they need. Additionally, a secondary menu bar can be a great space to highlight a call-to-action or to promote an offer. Not to mention, the header is one of the most prominent parts of your website because it typically appears on every single page. It is a great opportunity to showcase your branding and create a header that is cohesive with the design of the rest of your website.
Divi’s Theme Builder options allow you to create a custom global header and customize the look of your header and menu modules across your entire website. In this tutorial, we will show you how to build a global header using Divi’s fullwidth menu module.