Divi is one of the latest theme released by Elegant Themes. Most of you might remember that I also did a giveaway for Elegant Themes giving out 3 developer accounts when they launched Divi in December, 13.

Divi is one of the most stylish, elegant looking and flexible WordPress themes ever. Elegant Themes Divi comes with a powerful drag and drop page builder which lets you create and design pages seamlessly and beautifully. On top of that, the theme is completely mobile responsive so it opens on any mobile devices without any glitch.


Divi is packed with powerful features and with a drag and drop page builder it makes designing pages very easy. Divi actually comes with 18 pre-made layouts which jump starts your development very quickly. You can choose any one of the layouts start designing.

The main thing that impresses me most about Divi are the modules. You get like 20 modules which can be used to display different functions on your blog. Modules are more like the widgets that we use on our WordPress blogs. I’m not going to write about all of them but I do like to point out some useful ones.


Blurbs are actually very impressive. It can be used to show small bits of information on your blog. It also comes with a pre-made image that sits right on top of the text. you can actually use 4 Blurbs side by side which looks very attractive.

Newsletter Signup Module is very useful. The module is simple looking and you can show it anywhere on your website asking your readers to subscribe for the newsletters. The signup form is elegant and simple looking.

Slider Module is actually very handy. You can use the slider – small, medium, big, full width anywhere on your blog. Again, the slider is a responsive one. So, it renders well on mobile devices.

You also get 5 different types of blog pages and custom page layouts which includes sales pages and product features. A sales page will display different features of the product and it also supports a pricing table. Please note that the pricing table also comes as a module, so you can add it anywhere on your site.


When it comes to pricing, it’s cheap when you compare with the quality of the theme they produce. You can get Divi along with 87 other themes for only $39. The option would be to get a developer account which costs like $90 per year. You get support and updates.

So, make sure you check out Elegant Themes because they’re one of the best I highly recommend them.

About Brian

My name is Brian and I’m a Graduate of Business Administration Marketing. I work full time in Sales and Marketing. I am also the owner of Blog Engage a social network I created specifically for bloggers.

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