Divi Booster

The easy way to make your Divi site better
Are you looking for an easy way to give your Elegant Themes' Divi Theme a boost? Maybe you've seen the many Divi customization tips I share online, but don’t have the coding skills needed to implement them, or just plain don't have time to?

Divi Booster Features

Divi Booster is a WordPress plugin which makes customizing Divi a breeze.

  • Divi Booster adds 100s of new configuration options to Divi – Want to change the height of your slider? Or stop the header from shrinking? Or change the look of just one page? It's all in there. I'm constantly adding new options and with free updates for life you'll get them as soon as they're ready. I even take requests – just let me know what you'd like to see added in the comments.
  • Divi Booster is incredibly easy to use – The majority of the tips can be turned on and off just by ticking a box. And as it's a plugin, you don't need to know about implementing child themes. But it's also fully compatible with child themes if you are using one.
  • Divi Booster is fast – Plugins get a bad rap for slowing your site down. But that's only true if the plugin is poorly written. Divi Booster pre-compiles and minifies the CSS and JavaScript code it generates when you save the configuration, not when your user visits your site. This means that it loads as fast, or faster, than the equivalent code placed in a child theme.

Here is a complete list of Divi Booster's features:

Divi Builder

Standard Builder

Visual Builder


NB: Module features marked (*) can be set on individual modules from within the module settings. Other features apply to all instances of the module.




Email Optin

  • Use horizontal subscribe module style (*)


Header (Full Width)



Portfolio (Filterable)

Portfolio (Full Width)

Post Navigation

Post Slider

Post Slider (Full Width)

  • Set slider height (*)

Pricing Table


Slider (Full Width)

  • Add second button to slides (*)
  • Add background link URL to slides (*)


  • Increase spacing around bullet lists


CSS Manager
  • View your Divi Custom CSS
  • Apply CSS by user type (logged in, non-logged in)
  • Apply CSS to a specific page or post
  • Apply CSS to specific layouts (boxed, vertical navigation, etc)
  • Apply CSS to a specific browser (Chrome, Firefox, IE, Safari, Opera, Lynx)
  • Apply CSS to a specific platform (Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone)
  • Apply CSS to a screen width range (based on Divi's natural breakpoints)



Click to enlarge these screenshots of Divi Booster in action.

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  1. Thank you for your informative post; I enjoy using this plugin. It's on every divi website I create, including mine! It is well worth the investment!

    • I’m really pleased it’s been helping you, Salam! Thanks 🙂

  2. Can you add the ability to resize images just by dragging?

    • Hey Komal. That would be a really cool feature (though I suspect it will be reasonably complex to implement). I'll have a play around with it when I get a chance and will update here if I'm able to come up with anything. Thanks!

  3. We use Divi Booster but we are having an issue. We are currently on Divi Booster version 3.3.6. We are on WP version 5.6.1. When we try to upgrade Divi Booster to version 3.3.9, our WP site crashes with a "500" error message. We have to roll back the site to fix the error message. Is there a way to fix this so we can install the latest Divi Booster updates?

    • Hi Joseph, I'm really sorry to hear this. Usually a 500 error indicates either that your WordPress memory limit has been reached, or that some PHP error has occurred.

      Is there any chance you're able to try to retrieve the detailed error message, as follows?:

      1. Enable the WordPress debug log (as described here https://wp-staging.com/docs/enable-wordpress-debug-log-mode/)
      2. Update the plugin to trigger the error
      4. Check in the /wp-content/ directory for the debug.log file. It should hopefully contain the error message.
      5. Disable the debug log again.
      3. Roll back the site

      If you can send me the contents of the debug.log file via the contact form, I should be able to advise you further.



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