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If you’re anything like me, you’re always looking for improved Google PageSpeed scores and faster load times for your sites.
If you are, you’re going to love the latest release of Divi because it gives both improved out-of-the-box Google PageSpeed scores and faster load times for your visitors.
In this post, I’ll introduce the various performance boosting modifications and then look at each of them in detail.
Elegant Themes have just introduced “Product Tours For Divi” which will make learning Divi faster, easier and a lot more fun.
Divi product tours are dynamic, interactive tutorials that prompt users to perform real actions inside the builder and create their own layouts.
Divi already has fabulous Video and text documentation, but if you’re the sort of person who learns by doing, rather than watching and reading, then Product tours are for you.
The first Product Tour to be released is the “Introduction To The Divi Builder” with others scheduled to be released in the near future.
Product Tours are primarily aimed at getting new users up and running with Divi as quickly as possible, but existing users will find them just as useful.
And if you’re a website designer, Product Tours are a great learning aid to use with your clients.
The latest release of Divi features a great performance enhancement that’s going to help your Divi websites load a lot faster.
Divi now supports static CSS file generation for the Divi Builder, the Divi Theme Customizer and the Divi Theme Options.
This means that custom design styles will no longer generate inline CSS but will serve static files, which consume less server resources and can be cached by your visitor’s browser.
In this post, I’ll take a look at the new Static CSS File Generation feature, explain why you get a double performance boost and show how easy it is to manage.
A huge update to the Divi Contact Form Module has just been released. which transforms a simple form builder into a full-blown form creation tool and in the process… blows the competition out of the water.
The contact Form Module now has all the field types that you’ll ever need, conditional logic, field validation rules and a great looking “easy-to-use” interface.
(The new Contact Form Module now has 6 field types: Input, Email, Textarea, Checkbox, Radio buttons and Select dropdown)
This update takes the Module to the next level and I know that whatever type of forms you use, you’re going to love it.
In this post I’ll introduce the new Contact Form Module and take a look at its fabulous new features.
Divi is now sporting a brand-new background options interface, where you can see at a glance what options you’ve set for your background colours, videos, images and gradients.
The interface has lots of new settings and these settings have been added to nearly all Modules.
New settings include background gradients plus size, position and blend mode features for background images.
In this post I’ll take a look at the new background options interface and point out some of the cool new settings and styles.