Do you ever wonder what sort of folks use the Divi theme?

Non-coders use it because it allows them to get creative with their web design using the drag-and-drop Divi Builder interface and without touching a single line of that nasty code.

Developers and website design businesses use it because it saves them time and money by allowing them to streamline their workflow.

But I bet you never guessed that the British royal family are using Divi!

That’s right, this week I discovered that HRH Prince Michael of Kent GCVO uses the Divi theme and in this post I’ll take a quick look at his website and point out a couple of features.

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HRH Prince Michael of Kent’s official Divi website

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To check that the Prince’s site is a Divi site, just view the source code and you’ll see the Divi theme shortcodes.

The site doesn’t have any posts only pages and the pages are composed mainly of Text and Image Modules in Rows of various proportions.

You can check the Modules used and the Row proportions using Firebug or the Chrome Dev tools as explained in my article: Divi theme CSS: Firebug, Chrome Dev tools and CSS Hero.

Divi Accordion Module for FAQs

The FAQ page uses the Accordion Module to present the questions and answers in a compact and attractive form, which enhances the non-cluttered style of the website.

FooGallery Plugin and Divi Code Module for masonry style gallery

The Gallery page uses the FooGallery plugin in combination with a Divi Code Module, to create a fabulous looking masonry style gallery.

The gallery is created using the FooGallery plugin and placing the shortcode, for that particular gallery, into the Code Module. You can then place the Module where you want the gallery to appear.

The Prince – HRH Prince Michael of Kent, GCVO was born on 4th July 1942 at the family home in Iver, Buckinghamshire. He was christened Michael George Charles Franklin, with President Franklin D. Roosevelt as one of his godfathers.
His father, Prince George, Duke of Kent, was the fourth son of King George V and his mother, Princess Marina, was the daughter of Prince Nicholas of Greece and of Grand Duchess Helen Vladimirovna of Russia.
Prince Michael was educated at Sunningdale School and then at Eton College. Prince Michael is a cousin to both the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh and was a page at their wedding.

The Divi theme – now with the royal seal of approval

So if you’re a non-coder looking for a theme to get creative with or a developer / web design business looking to streamline your workflow, Divi is the perfect theme for you.

And you can of course rest assured knowing that you will be using a theme… which has the royal seal of approval 🙂

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If you’d like your website to have the royal seal of approval, then please feel free to use our permanent 10% off discount below.

The deal applies to both new memberships (Developer license only) and account upgrades and you can take advantage of it anytime you like.

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Screenshots taken from HRH Prince Michael of Kent’s official Divi website.

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