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I’ve always said that Divi is the best documented theme on the web, and that documentation has just got even better.
Divi’s documentation is made up of videos, text documents, graphics, screenshots and links to live examples of Divi’s features and Elegant Themes have now added 70+ new Divi Video Tutorials plus the Divi Builder Helper.
The 70+ new Divi Video Tutorials are a complete update of existing videos for the Divi Visual Builder and they include all of the latest Divi functionality and updates.
The Divi Builder Helper allows you to access the Divi Help System, including all the new instructional videos, organized and accessible from right inside the Divi Builder.
It’s finally here folks, the feature that the Divi community has been asking for… Shape Dividers for Sections.
No more boring horizontal junctions between sections, Shape Dividers will allow you to add stunning transitions between blocks of content, with just a few mouse clicks.
The Shape Dividers can be placed above and / or below each section on a page, there are 26 different shapes to choose from and each shape can be flipped, resized, repeated, combined and customised to create a vast array of designs.
The latest release of Divi makes website creation so much quicker and easier.
It comes with over 140 beautifully designed premade layouts that you can browse, search and import onto your pages… without ever leaving the Divi Builder.
The layouts are organized into complete website packs (seven to eight pages per pack) that you can use to create your website with just a few mouse clicks.
And the layouts are filled with high quality original photography and illustrations that you are free to use on all of your commercial and non-commercial projects.
The layouts can be viewed, searched and sorted using the new Divi Layout Manager and new layouts are being added every week!
Divi has always been ahead of the crowd when it comes to Drag and Drop WordPress Page Builders but when it introduced the Visual Builder, it left the competition in its wake.
The Divi Visual Builder allows you to create and edit pages on the actual page and see the result almost instantaneously.
The first time you use the Visual Builder you really will believe that you’re in the world of “WordPress magic”.
But Elegant Themes haven’t been complacent and taken their marked dominance for granted, they’ve continually updated and improved the Visual Builder and added Community Driven new features.
In this post I’ll take a look at the latest improvements / updates and explain what each adds to the ease of use and effectiveness of the Visual Builder.
One of the great strengths of Divi is that you don’t have to bother with creating a mock-up of your site, you can jump straight into Divi and start creating.
And the process has just got a whole lot more creative with the latest Divi feature update, which comes with a full range of visual adjustment tools including colour filters, effects and blend modes that can be applied to any image and all Divi modules, rows and sections.
To use these new features, a new options group and a collection of custom controls have been added to all Divi modules, rows and sections that make it easy to make colour adjustments, apply stylistic effects and blend elements together on the page.
Now you can create stunning depth-of-field effects that really bring your pages to life, without having to play around with Photoshop or compromise the integrity of your original image.
And as an added bonus, there is now no need to use super-big transparent PNG images that take forever to load.