Divi Builder ReviewReviews Divi Builder
Reviews Divi Builder 3.0 & Guides
Three Divi Builder. This review will look at everything good or evil to find out whether Divi 3. Zero is really the next generator of page builder. The Divi seems to work fine until you make some more sophisticated layout and adjustments. Given the fact that you get all Elegant Themes' theme and plugin together with the Page Builder, it's really not a terrible prize.
The minimum user experience of Divi has eliminated much of the puzzle when using Page Builder. The Divi Builder - by Elegant Themes - is a back-end and front-end web designer for webmasters. The latest Divi Builder 3 publication is the first of its kind. Today we take a look at the new Divi Builder - not at the topic.
In this review, I have cheered on Divi Builder to see how it compares to common alternative products on the shelves. Out of all the side growers I've seen, Divi must be the most original in regards to usability and overall enjoyment. Indeed, this is clearly one of its most important sales arguments and Elegant Themes does not hold back anything to communicate this fact by using words like "intuitive", "easy to use" and "you'll think it's magic".
Control elements are very subtile, the colouring was beautiful and strong, and the slim styling simply... worked. Optically, Divi Builder is simply astonishing, and I'm not saying that easily. It followed the same basic rules of usability that you apply to other builds, except that things just tended to appear as and when they were needed.
The Divi has a powerful set of contents engines that you can use to create your site efficiently. In contrast to other side farmers, I used the seek toolbar most of the times, especially because the windows were only a little small. Thus, for example, the "Post Title" modul changes according to the article titles or the page it is currently on.
In my view, this is the way page makers must go when we move forward, and the Divi crew clearly understand that. To be able to modify a modul and have these changes reflected on every page on which it appears on my site is a biggie. Luckily, most page creators today allow the use of lightweight software components, such as Divi.
Actually, it is only one case where you set a checkmark in your libraries when you store a modul..... Whilst most contemporary page designers imitate this in some way, Divi offers something I haven't seen anywhere else. Shortly before you store a globally active modul in your database, you can select which specific preferences will be applied globally to that particular modul.
Then, since it is a text block, I could modify the appearance of the text on a global basis without loosing the possibility to modify the text itself. This is a good beginning and something I would definitely have liked to see from other side farmers.
Look at all the'design settings' you can get on a plain text modul..... While you can use it for any single modul, I think Divi gives you practically everything you need to get the look and feel you' re looking for without having to fall back on user-defined style - in most cases.
Do you know that there is even a third parties add-on (paid) that you can use, Divi Booster. Over 50 new setups are created with the default Divi Builder, giving you even more design freedom. Now, Divi provides a system of rows and columns with which you are probably already acquainted.....
Other sidebuilders allow you to draw the edge of the columns exactly to the width you want, but Divi locks you. To me, this simply doesn't meet the standard established by the remainder of the client, and it's an area they really need to look around. That' s something many folks at Divi seem to be complaining about, and I can understand why.
Each page you create with Divi becomes a sudden dash of shortcuts. All in all, this was a hybrid case, because Divi stands out due to its adaptability on the one side, but on the other side they are totally different regarding the fundamental design versatility and of course the plug-in dependence.
Do you know: I did a test below to see how well Divi Builder did in restoring Trello's homepage? It gives you an impression of how flexibly the Page Builder is in practice. Actually Divi doesn't even call these layouts that, but rather they call them "layouts". Whatever you decide to do, you still need to invest some work to make it look halfway tidy.
They' re not too difficult to find, and there are many kuratierte listings (like these, by Elegant Themes themselves) out there to help you get on. And Divi didn't let me down here. All in all Divi is seriously missing in the prefabricated design section. Vivi's lightnin' snappy. It' all almost seamless, and no difference how much I tried, I just couldn't get the Page Builder to stop it.
Can' t emphasize how important it is for a page creator to check this checkbox, and Divi gets a big bold tic from me. Naturally, like other favorite site creators, you have the community-based options. Divi is supported by several Facebook groups of energetic user groups (most of them developer and designer construction teams for their customers), with many willing to turn themselves on if they can provide help.
At this point Divi Builder really differs from the package. Contrary to other beloved side building sites such as Thrive Architect, Elementor and Beaver Builder, you cannot buy Divi as a stand-alone work. Instead, you must purchase the ElegantThemes Membership, which contains all plug-ins and topics. If you do not extend after 12 month, you can still use the theme and all plug-ins, but you will not get an update or assistance until you extend them again.
Luckily, our per year subscription costs are very low and even lower than some independent developers... *cough* Beaver Builder. It' also great to see there a life-time choice for anyone who likes to stay with Divi (and maybe the topics as well). I' ve already said that in our Beaver Builder Review, but even if it looks like the more costly alternative to Elementor or Visual Composer, you have to consider the licensing restrictions.
This is especially the case if you are interested in their other Plugins or topics. SPOILER: I did exactly the same thing with all the sidebuilders in this review show, and Divi was the only one that was cancelled due to disappointment. In spite of all the good things I had to say about Divi, it just didn't work for me in a live game.
Every page creator we review in this set has chosen that it would be wise to rebuild an old page with each and every utility. Watch the tape to see how I got along with Divi Builder: Frame Distance - Divi had a beautiful switch to switch the lower frame distance off.
Line and section distance - The moveable distance for lines and section has really speeded things up. Fonts at page level - Divi had a beautiful switch to switch the distance between the lower images off. Set font sizes - The movable distance for lines and paragraphs accelerates the work considerably. Divi Builder is right for you?
Well, since I've got all the different Divi Builder feature and functionality in place, weighed the advantages and disadvantages, and shared my experiences along the way - let's discuss YOU. Like with any tools, Divi Builder will not be the right option for everyone, so I want to know exactly who this Page Builder is for.
When you build your imperium on a shoelace, you might find the $89 a year Divi costs a little repulsive. Remember, however, that you have full control over all Elegant Themes themes and plug-ins. In this way you get, in my view, a better page maker without having to spend a cent.
Currently, if you don't have research on a specific topic or important plug-ins, it might be better to become a member of Elegant Themes. Regarding the overall ease, Divi Builder is undoubtedly a dependable choice for beginners. In contrast to Beaver Builder, he succeeds in pursuing a minimum amount of flexibility without having to forego adaptability.
Well, is it the best page maker for newbies? This is a difficult task, and although I know that most novices will find Divi's ease and intuitivity appealing to them, I cannot help but give Elementor the price again. Divi Builder, as I said before, comes with a considerable number of customizable features, customizations and theme preferences to give you serious visibility into the look and handling of your site.
To me, there are few site creators who come anywhere near that, and it's no wonder that many web design professionals use Divi to create custom website design for their customers. Overall, Divi is not perfected, and it certainly has some drawbacks, but it is still much more progressive than most alternative out there. Since his time as a pure back-end painter Divi has come a long way.
Today it is holding its own against the competitors and in my view it is still one of the better side constructors you can buy. For me myself, the main problem is how to become bowgy Divi when you build more complicated layout - something that became even clearer during the Trello experiments above.
Apart from that, the intuitional user surface, the gross velocity and the comprehensive adjustment are enough for me to at least give Divi a try.