Divi

Website and online content building tool for WordPress user

About Divi

A WordPress theme and webpage builder, Divi is an application designed for authors of blog posts, creative writing, product reviews, and SEO-friendly content. With applications in various industries, but especially online marketing and sales, the tool uses a WYSIWYG visual editor to create content that is reliably rendered on websites and mobile displays.

Divi enables users to create custom theme templates, reusable sections, and entire web pages. With a built-in wireframe mode for page structure overview, various viewports for mobile display preview, and a history panel for correcting mistakes, this drag-and-drop builder allows users to publish content on an unlimited number of web pages without web developing expertise. It comes with a large library of over 100 templates, including slider templates and preset CTAs, testimonials, carousel posts, and forms. It also features split testing, extra themes, modules, and plugins to boost leads and conversions for online magazines, journalist blogs, and more.


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Overall rating

4,8 /5
(1 076)
Value for Money
4,8/5
Features
4,7/5
Ease of Use
4,6/5
Customer Support
4,9/5

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Samuel (SammyJ)
Samuel (SammyJ)
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  • Industry: Marketing & Advertising
  • Company size: Self Employed
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

A brilliant building tool with exceptional support

Reviewed on 2022/01/19

I design both simple landing pages up to e-commerce solutions for my clients with Divi builder.

I design both simple landing pages up to e-commerce solutions for my clients with Divi builder.

Pros

It's easy to use and offers a community of 3rd party developers that build beautiful software to add into your projects. When things go wrong, Elegant Themes is as responsive as you could expect them to be, but the ecosystem of 3rd party developers for plugins and child themes are also responsive and in some cases - work with each other to resolve your issues.

Cons

It's a robust system so it requires almost everything to be up to date all the time. This has caused random, strange issues that I need help troubleshooting. Also due to its design, if you're not an excellent hosting the builder can get weighted down and run slow in website load times. A CDN is almost always necessary.

Guy
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  • Industry: Design
  • Company size: Self Employed
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 9.0 /10

Head and shoulders above the competition!

Reviewed on 2023/08/18

I've been using Divi for over 8 years and it's the heart of my web design business. It's just kept...

I've been using Divi for over 8 years and it's the heart of my web design business. It's just kept on improving with every release and I take my hat off to Elegant Themes for how they've kept evolving this builder. I also work on non-Divi sites that I've taken over and have experience with Beaver and Elementor - they don't even come close to Divi!

Pros

Ease-of-use, value for money and range of features

Cons

Sites using Divi need decent (but not amazing) hosting as well as speed/caching plug-ins to get top notch page speeds - but that's true of all page builders I've used.

Desmon
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  • Industry: Marketing & Advertising
  • Company size: Self Employed
  • Used Weekly for 1-5 months
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  • Likelihood to recommend 7.0 /10

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Reviewed on 2021/06/02

If it weren't for [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN] and R[SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN].
I probably would have...

If it weren't for [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN] and R[SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN].
I probably would have given up and moved on to a different site builder. Divi should hire more folks like these two. The rest of the agents I've had have only really seemed interested in telling me to go read a faq. After this is done, and the issue isn't resolved they stall for two hours and log off. Again, thank you [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN] and R[SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN] for being different.

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I think this might start turning into a review of individual folks I work with. Shout out to [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN]. These two agents have been the support folks who seem to go the extra mile.

I completely left a conversation frustrated once again after two hours of being put on hold repeatedly without any resolution. (I won't say that agent's name, but a terrible experience, unfortunately).

Enter [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN] who was in stark contrast to the service rep I had received before. [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN] was not only able to help resolve the issue but teach me a few things that will potentially save me a query in the future. Thanks so much [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN]!! Also, thank you [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN].

Cons

Divi's support minus [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN] is terrible. I can't tell you how many agents I've talked to at this point who stall me for 2 hours and then log-off to hand me off to somebody else. I had a person today tell me he couldn't access my site (40 minutes wasted). The next agent got in no problem. I think Divi really has got to vet folks and see if they are able to really provide solutions in real-time. The problem is, Divi itself isn't very intuitive; there are very easy things that can be missed or overlooked because it is not a conventional website builder. Sure, you can circumvent certain things by using CSS, but if I were amazing at code I'd have no reason to even use a builder in the first place. I get there's volume and I'm not the only person that needs help, but signing off without saying anything and repeatedly sending me to look at FAQs that don't apply to certain issues isn't helpful.

I think Divi could benefit from having a builder that doesn't hide everything behind drop-down menus that don't always make a ton of sense. I've gotten better because of the agents who have taken the time to really break things down and empowered me to fix things alongside providing instructions, and even videos that I can go back and reference when I need a refresher (agents like [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN]). I think Divi needs to make agents like these two the gold standard.

Alternatives Considered

Elementor

Reasons for Choosing Divi

I wanted to start using WordPress because it seemed like there were more customization options.

Switched From

Weebly

Reasons for Switching to Divi

The lifetime purchase really sold me.
Steve
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  • Industry: Design
  • Company size: Self Employed
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

A great web builder for designers.

Reviewed on 2024/01/14

Overall, Divi allows me to create well designed websites which I wouldn't be able to do otherwise....

Overall, Divi allows me to create well designed websites which I wouldn't be able to do otherwise. I'm not a coder, I'm a designer, and Divi allows me to design without writing code.

Pros

Divi allows me to create beautiful web sites with minimal coding (almost none). It has a lot of flexibility. And when I get stuck, there is a very quick and knowledgeable support team that responds quickly and can show me what needs to be done to achieve my design/function goal.

Cons

There are times when something in the software malfunctions or "gets stuck". I Google it, and usually find the solution. 2. When working on the front end, the window I see during the editing isn't always what you get when you exit the builder. This is especially true when working on mobile. Looks great on the screen in the mobile window, but when I see it on an actual phone, it's not correct. I admit that it seems to be better in recent months.

Sabrina
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  • Industry: Design
  • Company size: Self Employed
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

I love Divi and do recommend it to everyone.

Reviewed on 2023/09/14

I use Divi for my own website but also for my clients and never had any issues compared to other...

I use Divi for my own website but also for my clients and never had any issues compared to other builders. The only thing I had problems with in the past was the contact form but I think that has been fixed already.

Pros

I absolutly love that the customer support always finds a very quick solution for my problems and Divi is really easy to learn and make quick fixes.

Cons

sometimes I have issues that it runs a bit slower but still could also be on my hoster so I am not sure.

Alternatives Considered

Elementor

Reasons for Switching to Divi

The Price and also it was recommended of a developer friend of mine.
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Divi FAQs

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Divi offers the following pricing plans:

  • Starting from: US$89,00/year
  • Pricing model: Subscription
  • Free Trial: Not Available

Elegant Themes pricing starts at $89 per year and Lifetime pricing is $249.

Divi has the following typical customers:

51–200

Divi supports the following languages:

English

Divi supports the following devices:

We do not have any information about what integrations Divi has

Divi offers the following support options:

24/7 (Live rep)

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