Divi Builder UI plugin released

Divi Builder UI plugin released

When it comes to work, I’m all about being effective. As effective as possible with as little scrolling and as few clicks as possible.

The design team at Elegant Themes did a great job in designing and further improving on the Divi Builder user interface. It is well organized and quite intuitive. I like working with it in general. And the Visual Builder on the front end was a nice addition recently, however, in most cases I still use the backend with the Divi Builder, it is simply more effective for me.

After working with it for some time – a couple years back – I realized though that there is too much scrolling involved when I need to adjust one thing in a module. So I started thinking and tinkering and wrote about it … But I wanted more!

And at last, all that tinkering resulted in the Divi Builder UI Light | Divi Builder UI Pro plugins, which I am happily releasing today.

You can visit the plugin page to read and see what it does and what are the differences between Light and Pro.

I am very proud of this plugin and I really hope it will reach to popularity of Font Awesome for Divi, which has been downloaded more than a 1500 times so far.

Go ahead and check it out!

Going Multilingual with Divi

Going Multilingual with Divi

Happy 2017!

If you are running a multilingual site with Divi, then you are going to LOVE THIS piece of news!

The teams of WPML / OnTheGoSystems and Divi / Elegant Themes have been working together hard on making their plugins compatible with eachother. It looks like they have achieved their goal and now you are able to translate the pages built with Divi in a few clicks thanks to WPML.

Check out this short intro video to get into the mood of making your site multilingual. 🙂

 

 

When I saw the video I was jumping with joy. A client of mine is running a multilingual site with 7 languages at the moment and getting the content translated was kinda difficult. I still need to test the above, but it looks like a gigantic load has been lifted off of multilingual site owners.

If you want to have a very detailed written tutorial, then you can find one in the WPML Documentation library here.

I am sooooo much looking forward to testing and using this! Thanks WPML and thanks Divi!

 

Font Awesome for Divi Builder 2.3 released

Font Awesome for Divi Builder 2.3 released

The Font Awesome for Divi Builder plugin received an important update!!!

Font Awesome has changed their apporach in how the icon library can be included with a site – for good. Until now when a new version of the icon library was released you needed to paste a new code into the head of your site. Now this is over. There is one code (you can generate it here) which you never have to change again and you will always receive the latest and greatest of font icon.

Note: you will need to generate your own Font Awesome embed code here! It is not provided by The Divi Maganize.

This change has also been reflected in the Font Awesome for Divi Builder plugin. Activate it, enter the code received from Font Awesome and you are ready to go – for a loooooooong time. 🙂

Also a new feature of the plugin is a dashboard widget where you will receive news about any updates and news from The Divi Magazine.

Head over to the store to grab the new version, or just click this button below:

Font Awesome for Divi plugin now supports Extra and the Divi Builder!

The Font Awesome for Divi plugin has been updated! And what an update!!! Font Awesome for Divi Builder 2.2 supports not only the Divi theme, but also the Divi Builder plugin (with any theme) and the Extra theme as well!

(Yes, the plugin has been renamed to TDM: Font Awesome for Divi Builder, as the Divi Builder plugin is the core element of all three items.)

What else do you get with this version?

[Bugfix] No error messages are shown on frontend or backend after first plugin activation (when no data is saved yet)

[Bugfix] Styles are not loaded anymore when Font Awesome is disabled

[Feature] Styles can be loaded when other plugin is used to load Font Awesome

[Feature] You can keep the options when deleting the plugin

Where can I get the Font Awesome for Divi Builder 2.2 plugin?

Go and grab the plugin from the store for free, while stocks last! 🙂

(If you feel generous, you can invite me for a coffee here.)

How do I install the plugin?

Just like any other WordPress plugin.

Method 1: In your WP admin go to Plugins > Add New > Upload > Select the zip file and click the button.

Method 2: Unzip the zip file and copy the contents (including the parent directory) via ftp to your server under ‘wp-content/plugins’.

How do I upgrde from an older version?

Method 1: In your WP admin go to Plugins, delete the old plugin, then add the new plugin. Warning: your settings will not be saved! That feature comes in the new version.

Method 2. Upload the files to your server via ftp and simply override the old files. Your settings will be kept!

Where will I find the settings?

In your WP admin area, either under the menu ‘Divi’ or ‘Extra’, depending on the theme you use. For the Divi Builder plugin it is also under the menu ‘Divi’.

Do you have other information on Font Awesome and Divi?

Yes, here is the list of posts that have to do with Font Awesome and Divi:

Enjoy!

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