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How to Setup Divi’s Shop Module

Divi Shop Module is a highly flexible module for setting up several impressive combinations on your store. Read this tutorial on the module and its applications.Divi Shop Module for impressive WooCommerce store designs

How To Use Divi With WooCommerce

The first step in using Divi with WooCommerce is, very obviously, the installation of the latest version of WooCommerce. This version of the plugin has the latest features, interfaces and bug fixes.

Useful Divi Modules – With an intro to global modules

When you make a module or section, it is stored as a special type of item within the Divi Library preferably known as the Global item. It makes editing a much easier task for and you can update all instances of it across your website at a single time. This not only saves time, but it also ensures consistency throughout your website.

Elegent Themes Introduce Divi Visual Builder

The Divi Builder comes in two configurations; one is the standard Back-end Builder while the other is the Front-end Builder. Both interfaces are almost similar having same content and design settings, however, the only distinctive feature is its interface.

WordPress Cheat Sheet

WordPress is an amazing CMS, no doubt. You can find thousands of themes to customize your website and plugins to add more functionality. Nevertheless, as a designer and developer, you need to tinker with codes now and then, but remembering your way through every file, tag, and functions, etc. isn’t an easy task.

Setting up ElasticSearch on Divi based WordPress Websites

The main reason behind this phenomenon is the fact that WordPress default search is a combination of queries comprising of LIKE and %query%. For this reason, the default search does not permit fluffy inquiry and often fail to perform.

How to Get a Good Google Page Speed Ranking While Using Divi

Google announced, in an effort to improve the web, that page speed was a consideration in how they rank search results. In this tutorial, I’ve attempted to pull together everything that will empower you to enhance your site’s loading speed. For a bit of fun, I likewise chose to test everything on this post to see what impact it had.

Google PageSpeed Insights measures the performance of a page through a double-fetch of URL, once with mobile user-agent and then with a desktop user-agent. It then assigns a score of 0 – 100 based on performance. A score of 85+ indicates good performance…