Hey Divi Nation! Thanks for joining us for the next installment of our weekly Divi Design Initiative where each week, we give away brand new, free Layout Packs for Divi.
This time around, Kenny and his team have created a clean and modern Chiropractor Layout Pack that’ll provide you with everything your professional chiropractor website needs to get up and running in no time.
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Layout Pack Below
Landing Page Design
Home Page Design
About Page Design
Resources Page Design
Contact Page Design
Services Page Design
Service Page Design
If you’re looking to set up a professional chiropractor website, you’ll love the Chiropractor Layout Pack. This layout pack comes with beautiful and responsive layouts, user-friendly page structures and beautiful combinations of Divi’s built-in options that’ll help you improve the online presence of your business.
Click the links below to see a live demo for each of the layouts included in the pack.
- Chiropractor Landing Page (live demo)
- Chiropractor Homepage (live demo)
- Chiropractor About Page (live demo)
- Chiropractor Resources Page (live demo)
- Chiropractor Contact Page (live demo)
- Chiropractor Services Page (live demo)
- Chiropractor Service Page (live demo)
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Since Version 3.0.99 of Divi, you can find and import any of the layouts included in this pack (along with ALL of Divi’s Premade Layout packs) directly from the Divi Builder. They are already waiting for you.
When you add a new page from the WordPress Dashboard, deploy the Visual Builder. You will be prompted with three choices regarding how you want to start building your page. Select the option “Choose A Premade Layout”.
Under the Premade Layouts tab, you can easily find the new layout by scrolling through the list of layout packs. Once you find the Layout Pack, click on it. You will see all the individual page layouts included in the pack. Select the page layout you want to use and then click the “Use This Layout” button.
You can also access new layouts at any time within the Visual Builder by clicking the “Load From Library” icon in the page settings bar (it looks like a plus symbol). Inside the Load From Library popup you can choose the new layout you want to use.
Before you can download Premade Layouts from the Divi Library you must authenticate your Elegant Themes Subscription. If you have already activated updates for Divi under Divi > Theme Options > Updates, you have already authenticated your subscription and will have access to the layouts without a problem. If not, when you click to import a layout to your page, you will be prompted to enter your Elegant Themes Membership Username and API Key.
After you enter the Username and API Key, you will gain immediate access to the layouts. You can find your API Key under your members area on the Elegant Themes site.
No Licensing Restrictions
The photos included with these layouts have no licensing restrictions. This means you can use them in all of your commercial projects without having to worry about paying licensing fees or attributing the photographer. Use them in your commercial websites, sell them within your Divi child themes, include them in your own Divi layout packs or just use them on your blog. We know how challenging it can be to find good photos and how confusing and scary the licensing that governs those photos can be. We want to fix that problem for our users.
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New Layout Packs Every Week!
We hope you enjoy this layout pack. We look forward to hearing your opinions in the comment section below. Make sure you check back next week for more layout packs!
Hello, I’ve been a Divi user for the last 3 years and following these layouts since the begginning and I have to say that while they are great, it starts to be the same repetitive pattern and designs, just different colours and photos and some minor desing changes. It may be me but they all look very identical. I can understand that they are a base to build and modify but I wonder if you do a research and study what the real pages look like and feel and then work from there.. or the designer do some tweaks based on his skills and feedback. I’m sure Divi is capable of much more.
Lastly I keep seeing you design Landing Pages in a way that are not Landing Pages. A Landing Page is supposse to have one function and that is to help the customer buy the product or service with no posibilities of clicking on other pages and leaving the funnel. A contact form and a buy button should be at the most but nothing else that can distract the lead to finish the process.
What do you guys think? Am I being overly critic?