The Divi ThemeHow to Use Divi
01. Divi Builder
Developed to bring you the full use of the WordPress Content Management System (CMS). It is the most revolutionary style of placing content onto the Page, Project or Blog Post.
02. Blogging Works
You’ll press the PUBLISH button more often. We know we should be creating content regularly. But who can keep up with so much content and so little time? It’s possible now when you use Divi.
For everything you can think of that you want to put put on a page or a blog post you’ll find a module. Add the content and then adjust the design settings. All without having to know complex code.
Drag and Drop Module System
We are in a new era of technology where we can now build an advanced system in a relatively short period of time. You can build an entire website using a preformatted layout in a few days, providing you know how to use the software.
When I first started using WordPress, I followed tutorials developed by the person who developed the WordPress Theme I was using. I will say this: WordPress is intuitive and logical. The settings are self explanatory and there is no complicated mystery about how it works.
The Divi Theme overlays the WordPress framework. WordPress is the best software to use for a website. It is a fact, 30% of all the websites on the web use WordPress. It is secure and flexible in that you can add to the functionality of the site over time without any restrictions. Divi requires a minimum of 7.0 PHP memory. Some Hosting Companies only provide up to 5.6 PHP. This is what you don’t want, limitation.
You add content to the page in real time. You don’t have to draw it on paper and then take it to someone and hope they figure out what you want to do for your website. You do it yourself using a premade layout.
This project page is using some of the styles from the Consulting Layout Pack.
On page visual edits in real time
Divi Visual Builder
The Divi Visual Builder has changed the way content is added onto the page. You can build your page from scratch, choose a premade layout, or clone an existing page.