Throughout the years, Divi has been updated and enhanced regularly. As a result, it encompasses a super-powerful and intuitive drag-and-drop page builder, heaps of templates, as well as powerful customization options
Figuring out the nuts and bolts of your Divi website before improving its performance can be tricky, which is why in this article, we’ll cover the basics that you need to know about and address them accordingly.
Instead of worrying about the what ifs, wouldn’t it be much easier to have a comprehensive website checklist to run down before every site launch? Luckily, we’ve created this checklist just for you.
Without conducting regular tests on your website, you won’t learn what your website visitors prefer, and you’re basically leaving money on the table.
If you want your website to reach targeted traffic, understanding and maintaining its domain authority is key. A good DA helps you appear higher in search engine result pages (SERPs) and gain more organic traffic as a result.
Divi Areas is much more than a WordPress plugin. Recently, we’ve made significant changes in the plugin’s features and how it works, creating an even better all-around tool for developers.
If the expected primary source of web traffic from your target customers is mobile, you need to start thinking about the website’s design from the mobile user’s point of view instead of a desktop one. Learn the key tips here!
You can find the best picture for your article, but you should always consider the image licenses and if the author wants to be credited or not. This is where image attribution comes into play.
Today, you’ll learn some critical tips for Divi pop-ups that will make converting visitors to subscribers and customers much more effective, and we’ll explore how to add them to your Divi site.
In this article, we’ll go over the four must-have legal pages on your Divi website, what they are, why they’re required for your websites, the clauses they should be comprised of, and how to create them for your business website.