Breaking Change – Restaurant Menu Plugin Version 3.0.0

Headsup: We will release this update on 8th June, 2018 around 4PM Australian Eastern Time (UTC +10)

What was wrong earlier?

The HTML markup of the menu item was not valid. The title, description and price tags of the menu item was in a H5 tag. It’s not semantically correct. Before it starts to cause any real issues, we’d like to fix it.. Also, we canot apply responsive styles to the menu item due to the way to markup is setup.

Its our mistake and we apologize for the inconvience caused. We have laid out a plan to ensure to fix your website.

Below is a representation of the semantically incorrect markup.

How will it affect me?

Here is a representation of the semantically correct markup.

The menu item title is now in a H5 tag. The menu item description and price are no longer in the H5 tag and now are sibling tags to the H5 tag

You may loose any custom css style applied to the description and price tag. Due to change in the markup, the CSS selectors are different now.

What should I do?

Taking the following steps should ensure a quick turnaround.

  • Upgrade to the latest version of the Restaurant Menu Plugin
  • Login in your WordPress Admin and open the page containing your Restaurant Menu Divi Module in edit mode. Save this page without making any changes. Divi Theme caches the template in the browser application cache. This step refreshes that cache.
  • Preview this page to check if its affected.
  • If there is an isssue,

    • In all likelyhood, the menu item description and price element styles isn’t what it used to be.
    • Theme Customizer Setting for menu item description and price is an addition in this version.

    Menu Item Description Theme Customizer Section

    Menu Item Description Section

    Menu Item Price Theme Customizer Section

    Menu Item Price Section

    • Setup the menu item description and price theme customizer settings to match your previous menu styles. This is a workaround which takes the shortest time.
    • Restaurant Menu Divi Module also provides settings for description and price section in the Design tab. One can use that as an alternate option.

Anything else I should know?

This change helps in applying responsive styles to the markup. And we’ve done just that! With this update, the price item shows up below the menu item name which was not the case earlier.

Below is representation of how a menu item looks on a phone.

Restaurant Menu Item On Mobile

A minor css bug fix is also a part of this version.

Changes from this version lays the groundwork for future updates we are planning for the plugin.

We want to be transparent when we make a mistake. It helps us in making the right decisions for you.

Divi Review 2018: How Does Divi Stand Out from the Rest?

Ever wished you could wave a magic wand and get an amazing business website in an instant?

Most people would point you to WordPress to make that wish come true. It’s intuitive and right now there are over 75 million websites using WordPress to prove it.

However, making a website from WordPress isn’t as easy as people make it seem. You have to pour in hours of effort and a lot of money to get the most out of it.

That is, until the advent of Elegant Themes and their newest WordPress theme, Divi. It’s now the most popular theme in history, with over 1.2 million websites utilizing it.

But is it the optimal choice for you and your business? Are its features worth the price?

Learn more about its features, advantages, and disadvantages right here in this in-depth Divi review.

Divi Review: Features and Basics

Divi’s main point of separation is the fact that it is a multi-purpose theme.

Instead of offering only one design that you can tweak around, it gives you a full array of customization options to style any website the way you want. It’s like giving you a bunch of LEGO blocks and the freedom to build whatever you desire.

At the same time, it offers a graphical user interface that lets anyone design a site even if they have no coding experience. If you want to tweak things even further and you know how to use CSS, Divi allows you to do that too.

If there’s anything you should pick up from this Divi review, it’s that the theme is easy and flexible to craft any kind of website.

Divi Review - The features and benefits

What Kind of Websites Can You Make?

There’s been a lot of talk about how the Divi theme gives site builders the options to create any kind of site. Here are some great examples of sites you can craft using this theme and its built-in tools:

  • Personal blogs
  • Small business site
  • Affiliate and eCommerce sites
  • Landing pages
  • Sales pages
  • Portfolio site
  • Pretty much anything – it is WordPress after all!

Whether you want to build a personal site or a business site, Divi is a perfect theme for all your needs. Unlike other themes, which force you to build or buy child themes for specific needs, Divi is well made and has layouts and design tools all included.


Look up any Divi review and they’ll push the pros and cons at the bottom of the page. We’re putting these elements up top so you can get a quick glance at the advantages you get from using this theme.

The main advantages of Divi include:

  • Affordability
  • 100% customization options
  • No CSS and PHP needed
  • Drag-and-drop building
  • A/B conversion testing
  • Real-time previews
  • Weekly layouts with easy import
  • eCommerce compatibility
  • Responsive website design
  • SEO-ready

Other WordPress themes don’t offer all of these aspects together. They might force you to buy separate, third-party plug-ins but Divi offers these right from the get-go.


Nothing is perfect, and this Divi review isn’t going to pretend that Divi is any different. There are a few disadvantages but they aren’t too significant in the long run. These issues include:

  • Shortcode lock-in – Divi depends heavily on Shortcodes and this is seen as a negative by some people.
  • Overwhelming options – Sometimes finding exactly how to do something can be difficult.

At the end of the day, the downsides to using Divi are insignificant. Having too many options can be overwhelming at first but even newbie bloggers will adjust in no time.

The lock-in means your site will become a jumbled mess the moment you decide to stop using Divi. Elegant Themes have recently introduced a workaround for this and allow users to continue using the Divi Builder even after they switch to a different WordPress theme.

No Coding Required

One of the main selling points of Divi is its drag-and-drop site builder.

You can create a whole website and all its fancy features without knowing a single line of coding. You can add everything, from creating comment boxes to adding shopping cart options, with nothing but a mouse and a few clicks.

This means that anyone can make a decent website. You can customize every little detail like adjusting inner shadows, font colors, animations, and more. If you want to use CSS codes to tweak things further, Divi gives you the freedom to do so.

You can also implement additional content made by third-party developers. You can add modules that integrate Facebook video embedding, for example, and it doesn’t require coding knowledge or skills.

Drag-and-Drop Divi Builder

A/B Testing

Another reason why people give Divi a positive review is the fact that you can test different designs at the same time. Allowing you see which of your designs will lead to higher conversions.

Called Divi Leads, you can now try out different Call-to-Actions or product images to see which ones lead to better results. You can try out different layouts or animations and see which ones drive customers to buy something.

Now you no longer have to rely on blind luck. You can test and measure results to get solid information to help improve your online business.

Divi split testing - Divi Review

Real-Time Previews

Most WordPress themes offer a back-end editing dashboard. You can make changes to your site’s layout and presentation but you don’t get to see these changes until you click a preview button.

Some themes offer a front-end editing option. This gives you the freedom to see changes implemented right as you make them.

Divi gives you both of these editing options and this means you get real-time previews of changes without having to open a different page.

Free Weekly Modules

Not sure if you have the skills to design a site from scratch?

Worry no further because Divi allows you to implement layouts made by others. Called modules, you can get these ready-made layouts for free each week if you sign up for full access.

You can then take these modules to make adjustments and customization choices to turn them into something personal and unique.

This means you will get an endless supply of new layouts. Not every Divi review points this out which is a shame seeing as beginner bloggers could make a lot of use out of these modules.

Divi premade layouts - Divi Review

WooCommerce Compatibility

Do you aim to make an Amazon affiliate site? How about selling your own products and turn your blog into an eCommerce website? You can do all these and more with Divi because it offers WooCommerce compatibility.

WooCommerce isn’t the only online shopping plug-in but without a doubt, it’s the most popular. It allows you turn any WordPress site into a store that can sell anything, anywhere.

Divi allows for quick and easy integration with this tool and you won’t need any third-party adjustment tools. With a few clicks, you can implement account registration, a shopping cart, affiliate marketing tools, and more.

Responsive Design

By the year 2020, there will be an approximate 2.87 billion smartphone users. Various mobile devices have different screen sizes and you still have to consider people logging into your site using laptops and desktop monitors.

One advantage that this Divi review will point out is that the theme has an automatic responsive setting. Responsive sites adjust to a device’s screen, making sure it optimizes for any size.

This is important since it ensures anyone on any device can access your site without dealing with missing features or a cluttered design.

Responsive to any screen size - Divi Review

Affordable Price

This Divi review isn’t going to hide the one factor that many bloggers and online businesses will debate about, the price. It can look a little steep for one-person bloggers but for a small business, the price tag isn’t too high with all things considered.

Elegant Themes, the developers of the Divi theme, offer an all-in subscription package that costs $89 per year, as of the time of writing. This means for that one year of membership you get unlimited access to the weekly modules, all of Elegant Themes WordPress themes which includes Divi, and all their plug-ins.

There is also the one-time fee of $249 and this guarantees lifetime access to all of the aforementioned tools.

Comparing these prices to other themes can make it sound expensive but $249 is a lot cheaper compared to the $5,000 to $10,000 you’d pay for a professional website designer to do it all from scratch.

Built-In SEO Features

Most themes require you to add third-party SEO plug-ins to monitor basic things like click rates, bounce rates, and your link profile. That’s no longer the case with Divi because it comes with its own built-in SEO features.

The best part is that you can still use third-party content too.

Want to add a module to let you create and adjust breadcrumbs? You can do that.

Do you want to edit meta tags and conduct keyword performance on each page? You can do all that too.

Build Your Site With Divi Today

Don’t waste another moment trying to teach yourself complex CSS codes. Don’t waste thousands of dollars hiring a designer and risk getting an expensive website that doesn’t work for you.

Going through this Divi review, you’ll see there is nothing to lose using this theme. There’s a reason so many professional sites use it and it keeps getting updated with new features.

Not sure where to start? Are you already using Divi but are looking for specific plug-ins and third-party tools to further customize your site?

Contact us and we can point you in the right direction. We can show you how to make the most out of this popular theme and turn your site into a profitable investment.

Divi Framework API Activation Update

We have a BIG update to announce for Divi Framework. So what is it? Well, it’s how you actually download and activate your plugins, themes, layouts and other elements from Divi Framework.

So What’s Changed?

We have changed the way you download and install our products, making the activation process much simpler for you!

Using the old activation process, what used to happen is you would…

1. Login to the Divi Framework website
2. Download a particular plugin or item
3. Install it on your website
4. Go back to the Divi Framework website and get an API Key
5. Enter the API Key with your email address on your website to activate the plugin.

This was a long process to activate one plugin at a time.

On top of that, we were using some third party code to manage our API activations. And it wasn’t working as well as we would have liked. It wasn’t ‘cutting it’, so to speak, for where we want to take Divi Framework in the future.

So what we decided to do was to build an all-new plugin. And we have called it ‘Divi Framework’.

We think you are going to love the new process. It’s so much simpler and less complicated than before.

Using the new activation process, what happens now is…

1. You log in to the Divi Framework website with your Free or Premium Membership
2. You download the Divi Framework plugin (you can find it under the Dependencies tab on your ‘My Account’ dashboard)
3. Install it on your website
4. Now you have a new Divi Framework icon on your WordPress Dashboard where you can log in with your member details and access everything directly on your website.

And that’s it! Through your one login, the new plugin links to all the products that you have access to through your membership. All your activations and automatic updates are taken care of.

Divi Framework Hub displaying Active Memberships and Plugins

More Planned Updates and Improvements!

Now at the moment, the new process is pretty simple. You log in once and that deals with the activations and the automatic updates. But, in the future, it’s going to get a little bit more sophisticated.

For example, you’ll be able to install layouts if you’re using the Divi Theme. You’ll be able to install child themes and plugins directly from the Divi Framework members area onto your WordPress website.

Now, this is a big improvement but it does mean a few other changes. What are they?

1. Easier Activation Process

Before, every product on the Divi Framework website was a product in the system. Meaning you had to add things to cart. And when a product was added to cart, the product license got added to your membership. All that is gone!

Now, once you’re signed up and logged in as a member everything gets turned on inside your account. Making it a lot easier to manage.

2. Two Levels of Membership – Free and Premium

We have changed our membership to now include a Free and a Premium option. So if you want to get those free plugins, you’ll be able to use the Free Membership. The Premium Membership is the same all-inclusive plan and is the best value option.

3. The New Courses Area

That’s right, we finally have our E-Learning area up and running. Already, you can try out these great courses:

1. SEO for Divi
2. App Script and WooCommerce API
3. Child Themes for Divi
4. Footer in Divi Builder

We will be releasing more courses very soon on all our plugins and other material.

How many of these courses will be free? Some will be free and some will be premium. So depending on your membership will determine what you get access to. For all our courses, our goal is for you to get the most out of your Divi websites, and the most out of the plugins that we give you.

Ok well, that’s it for now. If you haven’t already, we encourage you to jump on in and sign up. Why not try out the Free Membership and let us know what you think of our plugins? You have absolutely nothing to lose!

We hope you love the changes. We certainly enjoyed changing it all over and making the whole process easier for you!

Divi Vs. Elementor: Which Is Better?

Divi Vs Elementor: Which Is Better?

Thinking of enlisting the help of a webpage builder? Check out this detailed comparison of Divi vs Elementor to decide which is the best for you.

What do you use to build your site? Do you craft it from scratch, do you outsource to a web-development company, or do you use WordPress?

Many big-name companies use WordPress. Some of these include The New York Times, Forbes, Best Buy, and Sony.

The notion that WordPress is only for small-time bloggers is a thing of the past. It’s a stigma long erased by the tool’s evolving efficiency.

If you aim to use WordPress you do have one important decision to make. Will you build your site with Divi or Elementor? Both are great WordPress site builders but which one is the optimal choice for your needs?

To find out which is the better choice, take a moment to go through this Divi vs Elementor comparison.

The Basics

Elementor is a plug-in. It doesn’t offer you any themes of its own and is compatible with any theme you have running at the moment. It’s purpose is to give a GUI to build a site without any coding knowledge or experience.

Divi is both a plug-in and a WordPress theme. The developers, Elegant Themes, first released Divi as a standalone theme.

Later on, and to address updating issues, they then release the Divi Builder. This is a plug-in that you can use with any theme and not only the Divi theme. For this Divi vs Elementor comparison, we’ll take into consideration the full Divi Builder that comes with the Divi Theme since you get both upon paying for a subscription.

With the basics out of the way, the first thing you have to compare is their user interface. Both of these tools focus on giving users the opportunity to build a site with drag-and-drop options and no coding background.

User Interface

Both tools allow you to drag-and-drop to make a website. You can make a whole site without knowing a single line of coding. The big difference, though, is the level of customization you get.

Elementor only offers front-end editing. Whenever you add a new element and edit it, the changes appear in that instant. It’s an example of what-you-see-is-what-you-get.

Divi has front-end and back-end editing. Back-end editing allows editing on a blank space before implementing to see results. This is better for those who work with the big picture in mind.

While most people will prefer front-end editing, it is nice to see Divi offer both options. It gives you the freedom to switch back and forth.

It also supports text in-line editing. This means you can edit text right at the element instead of typing back in a separate sidebar.

In this Divi vs Elementor comparison, the former gets an edge with its user interface.


Shortcodes have been around since the advent of WordPress 2.5 several years back. These are bits of code that let you achieve various tasks with little time and effort needed. You can do more with less time and less coding required.

Divi uses shortcodes and some people look at this as a negative. When you move from Divi to another site builder, you have to do it by hand because the new builder might not read the shortcodes Divi utilized. This is why you’ll hear the saying “Divi is for life” since there’s the notion you are stuck and reliant on it.

That’s not the case. If you do move onto a new builder or theme, you can still use the shortcodes since you can still use the Divi Builder as a plug-in.

The more important question is: why shy away from shortcodes?

WordPress gets new updates all the time and instead of eliminating shortcodes, the platform continues to show support for it.

Shortcodes improve efficiency since you don’t have to repeat the same line of code for repeating functions. They also allow custom markup that makes your WordPress site look unique compared to the others. You can add a text widget straight into your header, something you shouldn’t be able to do.

Without shortcodes, your site will look generic and will not be as efficient as you’d hope. This gives Divi a major advantage in the Divi vs Elementor comparison.

Pre-Made Templates

This is another aspect where the Divi vs Elementor conversation can end in a tie. Both tools offer a wide array of templates you can use, especially if you don’t want to build a site from scratch.

At first glance, it may seem like Elementor has the advantage. Upon looking into its library of templates, you’ll see that it offers more than what you get from Divi. This is if you don’t dig in a little further.

Getting a paid subscription for Divi unlocks a wider library of pre-made templates. You also get new templates, made by other users, on a weekly basis. This focus on user-generated content makes Divi feel like a stronger, connected community.

This gives Divi a slight advantage over Elementor in this regard.

Styling Options

Elementor has elements and Divi has modules. Though the terms are different, their functions are the same. These are the drag-and-drop tools to make your site.

Both offer the most basic tools for adding:

  • Text
  • Images
  • Headers
  • Footers
  • Buttons

They do come with a few exclusives. Some of the elements from Elementor include:

  • Testimonial
  • Portfolio grid
  • Price tables

Divi also comes with these tools but it has special modules you won’t find anywhere else. Some of these exclusive modules include:

In the discussion between Divi vs Elementor, it is important to point out that both also support drag-and-drop widget-support. The lead still goes to Divi, however, because over time it earned a few more modules to offer compared to the elements that Elementor has.

Third-Party Support

Both Divi and Elementor allow you to tweak things further with third-party plug-ins, PHP coding, and CSS coding. The reason why Divi gains the advantage here is that it has been around for much longer.

People turned to Divi as early as 2013, right when blogging was still in its infancy and still gaining traction. Elementor, on the other hand, is fairly new to the WordPress market. This means more themes and plug-ins are compatible with Divi.

Divi is the go-to tool for building and is the most popular choice.

There are over 1.2 million WordPress sites built with Divi. The next tool behind it is Avada, with over 414,000 sites using it. This goes to show how many people and professional developers rely on Divi to design and operate their websites.

Elementor doesn’t even come close. It is gaining popularity nowadays, along with Beaver Builder, but they are still very new to the game. You won’t see full third-party support until after a few years and by then Divi will gain even more traction.

For this Divi vs Elementor review, Divi gets a big lead here.

Built-In Tools

This is where the Divi vs Elementor debate favors only one side. Divi gains a big advantage because while they both feature great built-in tools, it has an A/B split testing tool called Divi Leads.

Divi Leads allows you to test different versions of your site and modules to determine which one will perform better. Now you can run both versions of your site and see which version will get more conversions, more engagement, and more sales.

Why split-test? You need to determine whether or not the design you have is the optimal one to achieve higher conversions and profit without spending too many resources.

Another built-in tool that Divi offers is the Role Editor. Now, with an intuitive graphical dashboard, you can control how much access each WordPress user gets when they log in and work on your site.


Elementor has three pricing options:

  • $49 per year for use on 1 site
  • $99 per year for only 3 sites
  • $199 per year for an unlimited number

All three do come with unlimited access to all of the annual updates and features. Still, if you like building several websites to connect multiple business or blogs then Elementor may be too expensive; it’s also limited compared because of how few websites you can build with the money you pay for.

Divi only has two payment options but either one is a better choice than what you get with Elementor. With Divi, you can either pay:

  • $89 per year for unlimited website usage
  • $249 for lifetime usage

Both plans come with unlimited access to all of Divi’s other tools and updates. You also get access to all of Elegant’s other themes and plug-ins. That means access to the Divi Builder and over 80 other WordPress themes.

Like the advantage of having Divi Leads, the pricing makes all the difference between the two. If you want an affordable option that gives you more utility and practical tools then Divi is the better choice.

Divi vs Elementor: The Verdict

At the end of the day, both Divi and Elementor are some of the greatest site builders for the WordPress platform. Both offer a lot of flexibility and options to help you design the kind of website you want.

If you have to choose between Divi vs Elementor, there’s no doubt that Divi is the clear winner. It’s more affordable, it has better exclusive tools like Divi Leads and Role Editor, and its newer updates ensure it doesn’t get outdated.

Do you think Divi is the best site builder for your needs? Do you want custom plug-ins and other Divi-compatible tools to help you achieve the design you want?

Get in touch with us now and we can help you build your site with Divi and other useful tools.

The Top 10 Best Divi Plugins

The Top 10 Best Divi Plugins

Looking to expand the functionality of Divi? These plugins will do the trick. Check out this article to learn about our top 10 favourite Divi plugins!

Keyword(s): Divi plugins

Divi has emerged as one of the most popular WordPress themes out there. More than 930,921 websites are currently using it.

Flexible and versatile, Divi is perfect for any niche. Whether you’re running an online store, a corporate website, or a blog, look no further.

One of the reasons why this theme is popular is its accessibility. In fact, 34 percent of customers use it to build websites for themselves. Another 66 percent rely on Divi to build sites for their clients.

With Divi, it’s no need to code or have programming skills. Once you set up a theme, you can install plugins to enhance its functionality and visual appeal.

Ready to take your site to the next level? Let’s see what makes this WordPress theme so great and how to choose the best Divi plugins for your needs:

Why Divi?

Launched in 2013, Divi has quickly become a favourite choice for webmasters worldwide. It’s easy-to-use, convenient, and highly customizable.

The best part is that you can use it to create beautiful sites without writing a single line of code.

What most users love about this theme is its page builder. This intuitive front editor allows you to create, update, and personalize web pages with a few clicks. Even if you’re a total newbie, you can use Divi to design stunning websites.

Each element of the theme is fully customizable. Users can easily change the colours, fonts, column types, and more. Plus, they have access to over 20 pre-made layouts that make web design a breeze.

Divi is marketed as a multi-purpose WordPress theme. This makes it ideal for businesses in every niche, from art to marketing and real estate. Its drag-and-drop features allow you to customize the design within seconds.

Better yet, users can install Divi plugins to customize their favourite theme.

Some plugins, such as the Divi Custom Post Builder, allowing you to design beautiful single pages. Others, such as the Divi Testimonials Plugin, make it easier for customers to leave feedback on your site. This helps increase brand awareness and builds trust.

Now you might wonder what plugins are best for your site. After all, there are dozens of options available.

To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of the most beloved Divi plugins and their features. Let’s get into it!

Video Toolkit

Nowadays, videos are all the rage. This type of content has become a meaningful part of digital marketing.

Experts say that Internet video traffic will make up over 80 percent of all online traffic by 2019. The videos shared on social networks generate 1,200 percent more traffic than images and text combined.

With the Divi Video Toolkit, it’s easy to place videos inside page layouts.

This plugin enables users to upload and manage video content on their websites effortlessly. Plus, they can create their video libraries and even customize their Video player.

Instagram Feed Divi Module

With over 200 million monthly active users, Instagram can take your business to a whole new level. It’s a perfect way to expand your reach, increase brand awareness, and connect with industry influencers.

The Instagram Feed Divi Module appeals to those who want to get the most out of this social network. Once installed, it allows you to customize your Instagram feed and enhance your website’s visual appeal.

Divi Testimonials Plugin

A beautiful website isn’t enough to attract customers. As a business owner, you must give people a reason to choose your brand. This is where testimonials come in handy.

Customers are more likely to trust a website featuring success stories and testimonials. This shows that your products or services offer great value for money.

With the Divi Testimonials Plugin, you can integrate customer feedback into your site. This handy tool allows you to manage, customize, and categorize testimonials in a single place.

WooCommerce Product Builder

Tired of your old WooCommerce layout? Want to give your online store a makeover?

In this case, Divi’s Kingdom WC Product Builder will do the trick!

Rated as one of the best Divi plugins, it gives you full control over every piece of your website’s content.

Once installed, it adds over 14 shortcodes, 20 WooCommerce modules, and unlimited layouts to your site. Plus, you’ll find it easier to edit product pages, add shopping carts, and personalize customers’ journey.

ACME Divi Modules

Divi plugins aren’t just flexible and versatile but convenient too. Some are actually free.

ACME Divi Modules, for instance, costs nothing to install. Yet, it offers excellent functionality.

Webmasters can use it to change image size and ratio, create custom slugs, or add a masonry layout. Basically, this tool adds extra modules to the Divi Builder to enhance its functionality.

Restaurant Menu Plugin

This is one of the few Divi plugins available for restaurant owners. It makes it easy to create and manage your restaurant menu, add special tags, and customize your site.

With the Restaurant Menu Plugin, you can turn any website into an artwork. Your restaurant menu will look professional and unique, with multiple pricing options, different currency symbols, and custom features.

This tool isn’t just for restaurants. It’s also a great choice for cafes, smoothie bars, cocktail bars, and other venues. You’ll love its styling options and one-of-a-kind menu layouts!

It also has recently added Schema support which is awesome for your Divi SEO.

FAQ Plugin

Regardless of your type of business, customers have questions that need to be addressed.

If you’re running a cafe, they may ask about catering services or special events. In case you sell products online, clients will want to know more about shipping, discounts, or payment options.

This is where Divi plugins come in handy. The FAQ plugin enables users to place FAQ listings on their sites and manage them easily. This will lead to increased customer engagement and higher revenue.

Adding an FAQ section on your site can free up your time and boost sales. Today’s customers want answers fast. They rarely take the time to send emails or contact a business before buying its products.

Plus, they often search for services or products while on the go. They visit your website from their phones while driving or crossing the street.

An FAQ section makes it easier for them to find the information they are looking for. The more descriptive you are, the better.

Why waste time answering the phone or email when you can offer information on your site?

Divi Overlays

With Divi Overlays, it’s easy to create stunning pages and pop-ups for your eCommerce site.

This handy plugin can add just about any type of content in the overlay. This means you’re no longer confined to single layered web pages.

Use it to create beautiful pop-ups, opening animations, and image galleries that grab customers’ attention.

The latest version features automatic triggers. Users can set exit intent triggers, timed delayed triggers, and even URL triggers. This allows for a personalized shopping experience and higher retention rates.

Gravity Form Styler

Customize your email, contact, and other online forms with a few clicks! The Gravity Form Styler allows users to create professional looking forms that catch the eye.

It’s one of the best Divi plugins for setting up and personalizing online forms. You can customize the form layout, description, input, title, and much more.

Unlike other similar plugins, the Gravity Form Styler enables you to import or export settings and edit all fields. This helps prevent common issues like button colours with the same colour font as the background.

Plus, it saves you time and leads to a better customer experience.

Divi Footer Injector

With this free plugin, you can give your website footer a complete makeover.

The Divi Footer Injector is easy to install and set up. Once it’s up and running, all the changes are instantly implemented across your site.

This tool allows users to create custom website footers within seconds. Moreover, it automatically injects your footer layout into every page, so you won’t have to make these changes manually or write CSS.

Try it yourself – it’s free and requires no coding skills. On top of that, it allows you to use global Divi Library items as your site footer.

Choose the Best Divi Plugins for Your Business

These are just a few of the many Divi plugins available. When used right, they can help grow your business and boost your marketing efforts.

Choosing the best plugins comes down to your business needs.

For instance, if you have an online store, the Woo Member Restrict Divi Module is worth checking out. Real estate agents and other business owners can use the Divi VR View to display virtual 3D photos showing their products.

Take the time to familiarize yourself with Divi. Research the most popular plugins and experiment with different layouts. Play with colours, fonts, and other styling options.

So, what are you waiting for? Check out our online shop for the latest Divi plugins and resources!

7 ways to make your WooCommerce website faster

You should know by now that page speed is important. To help you get faster we have put together our 7 tips on how to make your WooCommerce website faster.

The faster the page load, the more likely you will get a sale or lead.

This makes page load times even more important for E-Commerce.

At M R K Websites and Divi Framework, we love WooCommerce and WordPress for our E-Commerce websites.

I use WooCommerce as our preferred platform for an E-Commerce store.

So let’s jump into the list on how to make your WooCommerce website faster.


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