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We' ve put together over 70 complete tutorial video clips covering almost every Divi theme you can think of. Our goal is to make sure everyone has the tools they need to get straight into Divi Builders and begin creating stunning web sites. Wherever you are or what you're doing in Divi builder, you'll now find a help key that, when pressed, starts Divi Assistant with a playback list of context-sensitive tutorials that will help you with what you're working on.
To get a general idea of the sliders engine, click the Help key, along with hints on how to adjust your sliders using Divi's theme preferences and customize your style with Divi's custom stylesheet tool. As you save or load an element for an entire tutorial playback list, click the Help icon to learn everything you need to know about the Divi Library and all its great time-saving functions.
Help will not stop you or get in your way, but it is always there when you need a helpful one. The Divi Assistant is great not only for new Divi users, but also for our long-time users, as it is the ideal way for web designers to educate their users about Divi.
Divi's usability is a great stimulus when you introduce Divi to your customer, and the Divi Helper will soon become your new best friends when you share ready-made sites with your clients. Divi Helper is uniquely in the way it allows you to study while inside the Builders.
During the construction of your current page you can view and track instruction video on various subjects. You don't have to toggle between different web browser, take pauses or take notices. Observe, study and work easily with our documentary staff as we guide you through every facet of Divi.
Single clips from each of the playlists can be extracted from the Assistant, giving you an extremely elegant visual appearance that can be sized and shifted across the display to find your optimum view. Stay this open and in place as you browse the Builders, follow the step-by-step instructions, and create your page.
Browse through any of the videos, exit the closed videos, or go back to the playback list at any point. If I' m not working on new topics too much, I like to write one or two articles in our blogs!