At the end of last year we launched what is arguably the most powerful theme in our collection. After such a great response from our customers and the WordPress community at large, we have set our sights on a second release of Divi. Top-level areas that we aim to improve are the Divi Builder features and the Divi Theme Options. Enhancing these elements will greatly increase and improve the layout possibilities in Divi, adding to the already countless opportunities. Take a look below for some Divi 2.0 feature sneak peeks.
The Divi Builder
We’ve received a lot of great feedback on Divi’s Page Builder, and we have enjoyed exploring the community suggestions during our design rounds. Our goal is to continue to push the boundaries of layout possibilities while still retaining a solid user experience, great design, and a flexible editing workflow. Take a peak into some new features we have been working on below.
Divi Theme Options
In the first release of Divi, we focused on the capabilities and functionality of the page builder. In the upcoming version, we are putting a lot of effort behind some overarching theme options. Enhanced header, navigation and layout options will provide users with a plethora of new design choices.
One of the most popular requests we have received is the addition of post formats. Below are some things we have up on the drawing board.
Stay tuned for more Divi 2.0 features and updates in the near future. Below is a little teaser of what we have in store for the next post!
I’m a developer and I work for clients who use Divi. The theme is very good, especially in term of the PageBuilder.
However, I do have some annoyance:
1. with the style names being too long (prefixed).
2. css attributes having !important suffix at too many place. Causing me trouble to override the styles.
3. not very good at responsive. Using .last causing inflexible break. They should learn more about how Bootstrap make the margin and rows.
These are just few major things the team should consider in to their improve list.
Other than that, thank for this great theme and I also love it.
Hi. I am an avid user of Divi and enjoy the builder very much. I’m excited about the enhancements being made to Divi and the builder. I was just curious, if you can tell me, when might we expect to see the new changes and enhancements rolled out? Soon (as in a few weeks) .. or later (as in a month or two) .. or not for a while (as in maybe two to three months – or longer). Just curious if you can give us some idea. Thanks. Gary
Divi is awesome, very flexible and easy to use. I would like to suggest a few things. 1. build in the option to still have comments when using page builder (off or on option or am I missing something?), 2. layout options for posts that include having right, left or both sidebars visible. 3. be able to use modules inside the tabs module. 4. be able to have larger logo in header and still use fixed nav bar…. all I can think of right now but keep up the great work!
The new features are great but what I’d love to see on the next update is the ability to set video and audio specific posts and projects. It would be great if visitors to my portfolio could click on a thumbnail to play a video rather than going to the project page before they can play it. Same with audio tracks.
Is it possible to use elegant builder (divi modules) into my blog entries??
I just can’t find it.
Will Divi 2.0 integrate with Aweber instead of just Mailchimp?
The more I am reading the more excited I am getting. Great job guys.
Any ETA on Divi 2? I’m about to start a project. Would like to use Divi, but looking for a boxed layout and a top-nab, bot of which seem to be coming…. but when? 🙂