Divi Builder Examples

Examples Divi Builder

I recently started using Divi to design the client's websites. The Elegant Themes recently released the latest version of Divi, which makes the design much more robust and adaptable. An example of a website called Brewlife, created with Divi by Elegant Themes. On this page you find a project of Divi Theme Examples. Divi's beauty is how versatile she is.

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Creating a Content-Heavy Website Design with Divi

Most sites don't have a problem with creating contents. Contents are not the primary focal point of most sites that contain a blogs. Web sites where contents are the cause of their existence are, however, a different history. Web sites with a lot of contents or content-intensive Web sites face a different kind of creative challenges.

We' ll be discussing in this paper how to create a website with a great deal of contents. Some sites have what their contents are for, and they generate a great deal of it. Often these sites contain contents such as tutorials, review, interview, news, event, food for thought, information on products, and much more - all on a variety of subjects within the category the site is serving.

Large amounts of contents usually require many different classifications. Websites that concentrate on contents also have a tendency to frequently make postings. That means that contents can quickly vanish from the homepage. It can be hard to find contents if they are not well organised, e.g. within the navigational tree and with well thought-out subnets.

Unless the layouts are well crafted to display this amount of information, they can quickly become overloaded. You can also have too many catagories and contents to browse. A lot of contents can be hard to organise if the layouts are not aligned with the contents. Excessive contents packaged on a small area can be either wasted or ignored.

The design for large quantities of contents demands consideration. The meal is classified into meaningful classifications. Everyone has their own class. If there are more entries in the list, the more catagories are used. There would be a way to specify how to use sub-headings, listings, boxes in order to split classes and search them easily.

Scheduling would help you find the right level of coverage for your audiences. Items from certain category can be placed in a box or group and shown with spaces between the items and between the contents block. Contents need pictures and the right number of metas and clippings for your artwork.

Wired Magazine's example shows articles within a category. Remember your favourite journals, blog, newspapers, message sites, etc.. You organise themes into subcategories and then show them as cleanly as possible. You are not even trying to create a new or original way of structuring your work. You do not let the user think about the outline.

You do not use serious text contents in a poorly designed work. It must be possible to easily browse the layouts. To do this, you need a sound texture, such as a tiles lay-out with simple title simplifications. There are too many contents that are overpowering. There are too many different items in a single meal that are too hard to understand. Streamline the contents to keep them legible.

You can use colour, room, blocks, title to split a category. Think of the portable version. Presenting category in a box with a blank separation area will help make for a clear and stylish look that is easily understood and navigated. When we have to absorb too much in a small area, we have a tendency to look at it.

The Elegant Themes' demonstration for extra is one of my favourite examples of outstanding layouts with a lot of contents. It shows many article groups by category and keeps the page clear and neat. The contents are placed in well marked and distinct containers.

It was created with the Category Builder. Extra's Category Builder has been developed for the publication of contents and is therefore a good option for journals, messages and blogs. Category Builder contains tab pages, feature letters, a mail-slider, bricklayer and blogseeds, a post-carousel and an ad modul. Normally this is not available for the Divi Builder.

For Divi user the best and simplest way is a plug-in named Divi Extras. It is a plug-in that will add Extra's Category Builder module to the Divi Builder so that designer can incorporate magazines and blogs into their Divi design. Category Builder module can be used on any page or posting with Divi, Extra or the Divi Builder plug-in.

The Divi Extras makes it easier to organise your contents into catagories and display these catagories in a straightforward, easy-to-navigate format. It' s really quite straightforward to use and the plug-in works like any Divi-Modul. In Divi Builder, they are highlighted with a different colour so that they contrast with each other.

More information about Divi Extras can be found in the How to use Divi Extras to create unique Divi web designs. Creating a website with a large amount of contents can be difficult. To do this you need to carefully plan the navigational, category, tag and presentation aspects of the contents in a way that is easily navigated and consumed.

One of the best ways to present your contents in categorized form is to create a journal design that makes it easy to use. The Divi Extras makes this job simpler by making it easy to add Extra's CatBuilder module to the Divi Builder - so a designer can use the CatBuilder module on any posting or page.

Did you use Divi Extras to resolve your creative issues?

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