Divi Breadcrumbs Module for Divi – A Plugin Review

Divi Breadcrumbs Module for Divi – A Plugin Review

First of all I’d like talk about the breadcrumbs a little in general. If you don’t know what website breadcrumbs are, they are links usually located somewhere at the top of the page of a website that show your current location on a certain website. I mean which page you currently are viewing and in which category. For example, if you are viewing an automotive website and you may be viewing particularly the “Opel Corsa” page, the breadcrumbs could be something like this: “Small Cars > German Cars > Opel > Corsa”. As you can see, the breadcrumbs may be useful if you have a website that has many pages. And possibly many categories as well.

“So, when you want to display the breadcrumbs navigation links somewhere on your Divi website, just place there this module and it will do its job.”

The Divi theme (you can read more about Divi on my other blog https://wpvivo.com – just note that it’s in Spanish) doesn’t have the breadcrumbs feature by default. Luckily, there is someone who has developed a premium plugin to add this feature to Divi. The plugin is called Divi Breadcrumbs Module and I will briefly review it in this article.
After activating the plugin in your WordPress admin panel, you will see a new module among your Divi modules options in the Divi Builder settings. This module will be called Divi Breadcrumbs and will be highlighted with the pink color. So you will surely notice it because of this color.
So, when you want to display the breadcrumbs navigation links somewhere on your Divi website, just place there this module and it will do its job. Then in the settings of this module you have some options. For example, you can choose to hide the homepage or the current page breadcrumb. Or, you can insert custom text for the home breadcrumb. And you can also change the separator icon “>>” to something different. You have 12 options there. In the design settings of the module you can customize the colors as well as the fonts sizes of the texts.

In overall, I think this is a pretty good plugin that does a really nice job. And if I had a website with a lot of content and many categories, I would most likely buy this plugin.

You can get a copy of this plugin here and I hope this review will help you.

Do you use breadcrumbs? Or only on certain types of sites? Or you try to avoid them as much as possible? Let me know in the comments below.

Andrej

Andrej is a WordPress developer and blogger from Slovakia. In his free time he likes traveling & cycling. You can find more about him on his blogs http://divitheme.net or https://wpvivo.com (in Spanish & Italian).

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