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Divi is now a plugin!

Divi, from Elegant Themes, is now a Plugin

The drag and drop theme that so many people love is now a plugin.

I haven’t tested it yet, so I have no idea how well it works. But I’m guessing that the plugin makes heavy use of shortcodes. That’s just a guess. 

What I don’t know is what the overall performance of the plugin will be like. Again, something to test soon.

And I don’t know if the new plugin will be accompanied with any other feature or tool to help migrate custom-designed pages that were part of a site, using Divi as a theme, to a new site using Divi as a plugin.

So let’s be clear. There’s a ton I don’t know about yet.

But the new comments came in, on the other post I wrote about Divi, immediately after Elegant Themes announced the new plugin.

But here’s what I do know:

If you’re thinking about Divi the plugin, then you really ought to check out BeaverBuilder as a plugin as well – because it’s truly epic.

And keep an eye out, as I test the new Divi plugin – from an ease of use, creative utility, and performance perspective.

But hey, if you’re already using the Divi Builder, the name of the new plugin, let me know what you think of it in the comments below.

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