Read tips and tricks, tutorials and hacks that can be done with the Divi Builder, the Divi theme or the Extra theme.
Font Awesome has changed the way it allows people to integrate Font Awesome icons into their websites. It is actually pretty simple, here are three approaches.
Phew… There’s been a long silence here. For a reason. I became busy. What now? Click to read further.
Everyone is talking about the release of WordPress 5.0 and the Gutenberg block editor. You can read my thoughts and my experiment here.
Time to celebrate! The website has been successfully moved to a new host, the glitch with the shopping cart is fixed, and there’s a BLACK FRIDAY deal. 🙂
It has been brought to my attention that none of the items in the store can be purchased, the cart remains empty. I do apologize for this inconvenience. I'm working on resolving the issue, while the site is being moved to a different host in parallel. Your patience...
The Font Awesome team is continuously working hard on getting you new icon packs. Now you can have access to the latest ones with FA icons for Divi.
Summer is in full blast, but it looks like the Font Awesome team does not go on vacation. They just delivered 4 new category packs and that also means there is an update for the FA Icons for Divi plugin.
Without much fireworks, the plugin now supports Font Awesome version 5.1!
I couldn’t be more excited to share that FA Icons for Divi Builder 2.6 has just been released and supports the Font Awesome 5 Pro CDN as well! To check what’s new (and for an offer) keep reading!
Font Awesome for Divi Builder 2.4 become pretty popular and lot of the users also use Font Awesome icons in Blurb modules. Not long ago Font Awesome 5 came out, and there are people who want to switch over. So here is a guide on how you can switch over to FA5 icons...