This is a sponsored review.
Today, Elegant Themes launched their latest theme, Divi.
The most noticeable difference between Divi and any of their other themes is their new page builder, which facilitates assembling pages with the exact layout that you want.
Whereas you normally enter the page content and it appears in the single specified location for post content, Divi allows you to assemble your page content exactly the way you want and add as many different content sections as you want. This is really quite useful for websites where you really want to tailor the appearance of each individual page: for example, creating landing pages for different products and services.
While I haven’t had a chance to test-drive Divi, I have seen some sneak peeks in the past few months and the drag-and-drop page builder looks very well thought-out and simple to use. Adding and removing sections, rows and columns is intuitive and clear. There’s also a whole bunch of modules to choose from, to make including the content that you want a breeze.
Divi aims to be Elegant Themes’ most flexible theme ever, by putting design elements in the hands of users. Usually, I’m against this because developers tend to go overboard with putting every single color option in the hands of the user and it just becomes too overwhelming, but from the screenshots I’ve seen, I’m hopeful that Elegant Themes have implemented this functionality a little more “elegantly”, creating a solution that will truly put some powerful design tools in the hands of users.
They’ve also made sure to build their theme responsively, so your layout will be visible on whatever device your readers are using.
A quick look at their gallery shows just how beautiful this theme is and how they have implemented these customisation options. I’m excited to see how this pans out, and what people think of their take on a customisable theme.
To celebrate the launch of Divi, Elegant Themes have offered up three developer licenses to me, meaning that the winner will be able to download and use Divi, as well as all of Elegant Themes’ other themes, which you know I’m quite fond of.
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