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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 my new 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.

View a complete list of Divi Booster's features.

Screenshots

Click to enlarge these screenshots of Divi Booster in action.

Example Options

Example Options

Resized Slider

Resized Slider

Pagebuilder for Posts

Pagebuilder for Posts

CSS Manager

CSS Manager

What Customers are Saying about Divi Booster

Dan, your Divi Booster theme plugin is fantastic. I used this plugin to improve the header area and footer area on a client's website. My client is very pleased.

Jim J

I’ve been building sites with divi for nearly a year, and with Dan’s Divi Booster Plugin, it’s getting get faster to complete a site. Thanks Dan.

Roy H

Get Divi Booster Now!

Divi Booster is an easy to install, easy to use WordPress plugin. It comes with free updates for life, a 60 day no-questions money back guarantee, and is licensed for use on unlimited sites (your own and your clients').

788 Comments

  1. Brant Gigas

    Hello Dan,

    I purchased Divi Builder back in 2015 when you still used the license keys to update the plugin. Is there any way you can send me the most up to date plugin? Let me know if you need any more information aside from my name and email address (which I assume is tied to the original purchase).

    Thanks

    Reply
    • dan

      Hey Brant,

      I've just resent your purchase confirmation email, so you should hopefully receive it shortly – it contains the download link and license key.

      You can also access your purchase history if you register for an account at https://divibooster.com/your-account/ using your email address.

      Hope that helps!

      Reply
  2. Chris

    Hello Dan,
    Thanks for this great plugin.
    A question about adding CSS.
    How CSS is injected into pages?
    Is a CSS file dynamically generated?
    Is the code entered in DIVI BOOSTER automatically minified or optimized?

    Thank you in advance for your answers.

    Reply
    • dan

      Hey Chris. When you save the Divi Booster settings, Divi Booster generates a CSS file with the CSS for the options. As it is generated upon save, the overhead of having to access the database / dynamically generate the CSS file on each page load is avoided. This file is automatically minified and is included into the site using WordPress's enqueuing mechanism. There are options to disable the minification and to load the CSS inline in the page should you have cause to do so.

      There are some exceptions to the above. A few settings, such as those which can be controlled on a per-module basis add small amounts of CSS inline on the page, as it doesn't make really make sense to add the CSS site-wide to control individual instances of modules on single pages / posts.

      All of the above pretty much applies to JavaScript too.

      I hope that answers things for you, but let me know if there is anything you want to know. Cheers!

      Reply
  3. Frezier

    Hello,

    We purchased the divi booster plugin and installed it to our site http://members.bosshubinc.com to have a divi builder showing in the dashboard and integrate with LearnDash, I can see it is added at the backend see screenshot here http://nimb.ws/V412fH but unfortunately this is what shows in the front end http://nimb.ws/O3c29p.

    Can you help us what to do to move the title to the top and description next to the thumb image? I appreciate your help.

    Frezier

    Reply
    • dan

      Hi Frezier, thanks for getting in touch. By default Divi Booster will add the Divi Builder content wherever the custom post type (LearnDash courses in this case) would have placed the regular text from the editor box. It's possible to override this on a case-by-case basis. Here is a post explaining how to make the Divi Builder layout take up the full-width of the Learndash course page:

      ​https://divibooster.com/make-divi-builder-full-width-on-learndash-course-pages/

      Note that this hides the other elements of the page (except for the header and footer). If you want these elements, it will be easiest to re-create them within the Divi Builder (e.g. using a post title or image module to add the featured image).

      Reply
  4. Pascal

    Hi there is it possible to translate the plugin?

    Reply
    • dan

      Hi Pascal, the plugin isn't currently translatable, I'm afraid. I'm hoping to add this in a future version. Thanks!

      Reply
  5. Patty

    Hello – I'm having a problem with the plugin I think – I've updated my instagram URL and it's not 'taking' on http://www.pattybrower.com – s/b snugbug_patty, not patty_brower! Help!!

    Reply
    • dan

      Hi Patty, it looks to me like the standard Divi social icons have been disabled and replaced with icons added via a menu. If you go to "Appearance > Menus" in your WordPress admin area you should be able to find the relevant menu and update the instagram URL there.

      I can see that Divi Booster is configured correctly to display the social icons (with the new URL), but they won't show unless the social icons are enabled in Divi, at "Divi > Theme Customizer > Header & Navigation > Header Elements > Show Social Icons". If you do enable them here, you will probably want to remove the icons from your menu otherwise you'll have duplicates.

      Reply
  6. Johan Linder

    Hi Dan.
    Since the last Divi update (3.0.75) I don't get extra social icons in top menu or footer on this site https://brandnewbalance.se/
    Tried re-installing DiviBooster and disabling other plugins.
    No cache is used.
    This client is active on Linkedin and Instagram and needs his links there.

    Reply
  7. Javier Pintos

    Hi.
    I bought the plugin because i've read that allow put social icons in the Main Menu. I've tried but only allow social icons in a secondary menu, then i've solved the problem with a tutorial of eleganthemes. I want a refund, it is possible?

    Reply
    • dan

      Hi Javier, currently Divi Booster is only able to add social icons to the secondary menu, not the main menu. I'm glad you were able to achieve the effect you needed using the Elegant Themes tutorial, and I have issued you a full refund. Let me know if you have any questions about it, etc.

      Reply
  8. Steven May

    When using Divi booster on a Divi theme page the drop down menus from the primary menu are blank after scroll down. Do you know how to fix them?

    Reply
    • dan

      Hi Steven, I don't think this related to Divi Booster at all. Instead, it's caused by some non-obvious behavior of Divi's own options. In particular, the "Divi > Theme Customizer > Header & Navigation > Fixed Navigation Settings > Primary Menu Link Color" option, despite its name actually also controls the submenu link color (when the fixed header is used). You seem to have this set to the same color as your submenu background color, causing the submenu links to be essentially invisible. This post explains in a bit more detail / offers a solution:

      https://divibooster.com/fixing-divi-submenu-links-not-showing/

      Hope it helps!

      Reply
  9. Danielgavilan

    Hello

    When I open my wordpress page Divi Booster has disappeared from the menu on the left and does not appear in the list of plugins. The same goes for Divi Ghoster and Divi Dashboard-welcome.
    It does not let me reinstall it because it says that I already have it installed (in the list of Cpanel plugins if they appear as installed).
    The parameters I put in Divi Booster are maintained, but I can not change them because I do not know where to do it.

    Any suggestions for solving this?
    Thank you!!

    Reply
    • dan

      Hi Daniel, it sounds like you have the "Ultimate Ghoster" option enabled in Divi Ghoster, which causes that plugin to hide itself and other Divi plugins such as Divi Booster. To fix this you'd need to go to the Divi Ghoster settings page and disable the "Ultimate Ghoster" setting:

      https://aspengrovestudios.com/documentation/divi-ghoster/#enable_ultimate

      Hopefully that helps, but let me know if not. Thanks!

      Reply
  10. Rich collins

    Is there an easy way to get the Instagram Social Media Icon Updated in the header (secondary menu)? When I select the built in Divi Booster selection, the icon for Instagram is either old/outdated or incorrect?

    Reply
    • dan

      Hi Rich, there is. Go to "Divi > Theme Customizer > Divi Booster > Social Media Icons", click "+ Add New Network" and then click on the box that appears. You'll then be able to select "Instagram" as the icon and input your Instagram page URL to add an Instagram icon. The Instagram icon added via the customizer is the updated icon, unlike the icons added via the Divi Booster settings page which use Divi's built-in icons (Divi has not yet been updated with the new Instagram icon). I hope that makes sense / helps, but let me know if not. Thanks!

      Reply
  11. Yves DE MAESSCHALCK

    Hello

    I just started to created a new website with the latest version of Divi.
    I installed also the latest version of divibooster but the bottom-footer is completely crap.
    I had to deativate divibooster to get the bottom footer to normal

    Are you aware of this issue ?

    Reply
    • dan

      Hi Yves, thanks for getting in touch, and I'm sorry you're having this issue. I haven't had anyone else report a similar problem. Is there any chance you'd be able to send me login details for the site so that I can take a look at what's going on? You can send them to me via the contact form:

      https://divibooster.com/contact-form/

      Thanks!

      Reply
      • Yves DE MAESSCHALCK

        Hi Dan

        Thanks for quick reply. In fact I tried today and now it works so it was probably due to CSS cache issue.

        SO issue is fixed, sorry for this

        Reply
        • dan

          Okay, great! I'm glad you got it working, and thanks for letting me know, Yves.

          Reply

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