This is a post by Luis Alejandre written for divi4u blog. He discuss about Divi Children 3.0 plugin….
This free plugin adds a modified Divi Contact Form that has a checkbox for linking users to your data policy pages before submitting their message. Some countries require this and if you don’t want to deal with another form plugin, this should serve just fine….
In this post, I’m going to go over how you can create a Code Module using CodePen and easily export it over to your Divi site using the CodePen Code Generator….
It is an icon usually in a full color circle or framed by a circle and is positioned between two clearly distinguishable sections on a page….
With the Font Awesome for Divi Builder plugin you will be able to use Font Awesome – the iconic font and CSS toolkit – on your Divi Builder powered WordPress site. The plugin is compatible with the Divi Builder plugin, the Divi theme and the Extra theme…
There are some new additions to Divi plugins in WordPress.org repository….
Integrate ParticleJs library to your theme.
You can download this small JS library from here and follow the instructions mentioned there to integrate it properly in your theme. However to make it more easier for non-techie friends i have created a small plugin which will do this all for you by simply installing and activating the plugin….
Well after all those 100 long days Divi 3.0 is finally here. Now it is time for updating our sites and checking if everything works alright.
So if you´ve used Divi Children to create your Divi child themes in the past, you may be wondering whether you can still use it with Divi 3.0. The answer is yes; I´ve been testing it with the Divi 2.9.X beta versions and now with the final Divi 3.0 released version, and the current version of Divi Children is compatible with the new Divi 3.0.
I did encounter a couple of small issues related to theme mods initialization values in the Customizer, but nothing to worry about or to make a new update necessary. Changing the value of the setting or checking/unchecking the option and hitting he Customizer “Save” button does the trick.
Remember that the Divi Children plugin does not need to remain active in your site after you´ve used it to create your child theme. So in case you have any issue with it (a compatibility issue with any other plugin, for instance), you can not only deactivate Divi Children, but even delete it from your site. You won´t need the plugin again unless you want to create yet another child theme…
Just a couple of days ago I published a post about the compatibility of Divi Children with Divi 3.0 and about Divi Children being great for editing the footer credits. And then, just hours after that, Elegant Themes released a new Divi update (the 3.0.1 version) that besides some bug fixes included a new footer credits editor field in the Customizer.
The ability to customize the footer credits has been a feature demanded by lots of users for a long time, but was never included in Divi until just now. Why Elegant Themes decided to keep it out of the Divi 3.0 beta tests and not to include it in the Divi 3.0 release, only to silently add it on this 3.0.1 update is something many of us don´t understand.
But anyway, the fact is that the Divi footer.php template file has changed with this new update and that it has screwed up the compatibility with Divi Children footer credits. Oh well.
So I had to (once again) develop a new version of Divi Children in a hurry, and that´s why I´m introducing Divi Children 2.0.9 today…
Welcome to Day 29 of our Divi 100 Marathon. Keep tuning in for 100 days in a row of awesome Divi resources as we count down to the amazing release of Divi 3.0 on the final day of the series! If your website has long pages of text that require a lot of scrolling, it can be quite a nuisance for a user having…