2 Quick + Easy Ways To Optimize Your DIVI Site

Writing posts, creating pages and adding to your website can be time consuming. Luckily, DIVI makes it easy for you to simplify certain tasks. By doing so, you’ll save time, energy and a bit of stress. Here are 2 quick and easy ways to help you optimize your DIVI website.


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1 | Create a consistent brand

Your website should be a reflection of you, your business and your brand. However, making color or font changes to every module can be time consuming and redundant. Before you start adding modules, take a minute to set your brand colors, buttons and fonts as the default settings. That way you don’t have to adjust your colors, buttons  and fonts everytime you add a new module. The great thing about DIVI is that if you decide you want a more custom option for a module, you can easily customize that individual module without affecting the others!

Here’s how you do it:

For colors:

Theme options -> general -> color picker

For fonts:

Theme customizer -> general settings -> typography

*this also has other color options

For buttons:

Theme customizer -> buttons -> button style


2 | Save custom templates to use over + over again

This may be one of my favorite features! DIVI has a custom library option for any sections, rows, modules and layouts. Meaning, you can create a design for a module and save it in your library and easily add it to other sections or pages of your site. For example: If you have a great opt-in form, you can save that module into your library. Then for any blog posts in which that opt-in is relevant, you can simply add the saved module form without having to redo the entire design. It’s a great time saver and allows you to easily keep consistency across your pages with minimal effort.

There are a few ways to do this depending on what you’re trying to save. 

If you’d like to save a layout, first choose what you’re trying to save. Either a section, row, or module. (You can also save entire layouts.) Click on the arrow pointing down with the half circle (as shown below). Input the information including a category (for beter organization) and a detailed name (in case you save a variety of layouts).


If you’d like to add a saved layout, act as if you’re adding either your section, row or module. For this example, I chose a row. Instead of adding a new row, click add from library. There you will have the corresponding saved layouts (in that specific form). Just press add and you’re all set!
This simple yet effective tools can save you a lot of time in the long run. By saving layouts and using them over and over again, and by making your custom brand the default setting, you can get these tasks done faster. Then you have more time to enjoy yourself or keep working on your business!

Now it’s your turn! What’s a quick + easy time saver you love?

Hey, I’m Marci

I’m the web designer & developer and the woman behind Dragonfly Ave. I love sharing resources, tutorials, biz tips and so much more. Hope you enjoy!

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