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').

819 Comments

  1. Pam Blackman

    Heard a lot of good things about this plugin and looking forward to getting to use it.

    I just bought it and have the receipt from PayPal, but I didn't get a download or an email with any instructions on how to get the plugin.

    Please tell me how to get in touch to get the product.

    Thank you!

    Reply
    • dan

      Hey Pam, thanks for purchasing the plugin and sorry the purchase confirmation email didn't come through. I've just resent your purchase confirmation email (which contains the download link), so hopefully you'll receive it shortly (check in your spam folder if you don't see it). Please let me know if you still don't receive it. Thanks!

      Reply
  2. Stuart

    Hi, I seem to be having issues with the latest Divi update in regards to deleting or adding new social links. It will not let let me publish – can you help please?

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    • dan

      Hi Stuart, it was actually caused by the latest update to WordPress (4.9). WP made some significant changes to the customizer, one of which affected the social media icon feature.

      I've just released Divi Booster 2.6.2 which contains a fix I believe will solve the issue. If you're still unable to publish after updating, please let me know. Thanks!

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  3. MichaelC

    I'm having an issue with Divi Booster and WordPress 4.9 where if I use the Theme Customizer to add additional social media icons, the Published button doesn't seem to work. It stays grayed out.

    It does work with other sections, such as General Settings, etc. but not with Divi Booster.

    I've also tried it on using the latest version of Chrome and Firefox.

    Reply
    • dan

      Hi Michael, WP 4.9 made some significant changes to the customizer, one of which affected the social media icon feature.

      I've just released Divi Booster 2.6.2 which contains a fix I believe will solve the issue. Let me know if you are still having problems after updating. Thanks!

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  4. dagmar

    hi dan, one question. since the last update I have problems with sliders which are included as global object. the elegant themes support asked me to make the test with deactivating divi booster and checking if the problem still appears.
    my question: are the divi booster configurations still available whein I deactivate and active divi booster again?
    regards,
    dagmar

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    • dan

      Hi dagmar. Yes, the configuration options are saved in the database, so all your settings will still be set the same as they were when you re-activate Divi Booster. Also, if you haven't already, be sure to update to the latest version of Divi Booster. There was an issue a while ago with global sliders, which I fixed at the time. I'm not aware of any at the moment, but if you do find the problem goes away when Divi Booster is deactivated, please let me know. Thanks!

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  5. Jessica Jones

    Hey Dan!

    First off, thank you for the super useful plugin!

    I just updated Divi on a site I'm working on that makes use of the Button #2 option that Divi Booster adds to the Fullwidth Slider module, and after updating my 2nd button disappeared. The fields to add it still appear in the module, but the button does not appear on the slide anymore.

    Any help would be appreciated!
    Jessica

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    • Jessica Jones

      An addendum that I just discovered – toggling "Show CTA On Mobile" to "Yes" brings it back (when it disappeared it also disappeared on Desktop). Hmmm.

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      • dan

        Hey Jessica, that's interesting… I'm not sure what's going on here. Is there any chance you're able to send me a link to the page with the slider so that I can take a look at how you have it set up? Also where are you seeing the "Show CTA On Mobile" toggle? I'm probably just being dense, but I can't see it! Thanks!

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  6. Neon

    Hi Dan,

    When I activate Divi Booster for custom pages (Learn Dash LMS), the plugin makes those pages full-width. Please let me know how I can take control of custom pages margins. I don't need a full-width mode.

    Reply
    • dan

      Hi Neon, I'm not quite sure why this is happening. Divi Booster shouldn't be making the Learn Dash custom pages full-width; it should just be placing the layout where the text from the regular editor box normally goes.

      I'm not aware of any way Divi Booster could be making the custom pages full width. In fact, I even wrote a post on how to convert the Divi Booster feature to make the layout full-width:

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

      If you happen to have added the code in that post to your site, then removing it should restore then normal (non full-width) behavior.

      If that isn't the problem, is there any chance you can send me a link to an example page showing the problem so that I can take a look at what's going on?

      Thanks!

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      • Neon

        Thanks, Dan, for your response. Please note that I didn't add the code in the post.

        The website is being developed and in the coming soon mode. However, I disabled that mode temporarily so that you could have a look.

        Please go to
        https://citizenshipacademy.ca/courses/citizenship-preparation-tests/

        As you can see Course Content/Quizzes (which is underneath the description) looks full-width. I use Safari and Chrome. That happened after I enabled the Divi visual builder. In order to make it normal, I have to use default editor in WP dashboard. However, it doesn't allow me to use the Divi Builder for custom pages then. A catch-22.

        Please let me know your thoughts. Your help would be very much appreciated.

        Also, please let me know once you're done so that I could enable the coming soon mode.

        Thank you very much!

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        • dan

          Thanks Neon. You can go ahead and re-enable the coming soon mode. I think I've seen what the main issue is, and I'll dig into it over the weekend and hopefully be able to figure out what's causing it / how to fix it. I'll let you know if I need to take another look. Thanks!

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          • Neon

            Hi Dan,
            I updated the plugin but it doesn't make a difference. Please let me know if you have any ideas how to fix the problem. Thanks.

          • dan

            Hey Neon, I've just released an update (v2.6.3) that I think should help you with this. As you've noticed, when the Page Layout is set to fullwidth as it is on your site, LearnDash's Course Content and other sections are stretching to fill the fullwidth page. To solve this, the update makes it possible to display the "Page Layout" setting when the Divi Builder is enabled on LearnDash pages (normally the "Page Layout" option is available right up until you enable the Divi Builder at which point it disappears). This lets you choose between a left sidebar, right sidebar and fullwidth page layout. The option, when enabled, also adds some CSS to make sure each of these layouts displays correctly. Only the Divi Builder content itself will now be made fullwidth.

            After updating, please enable the following option on the Divi Booster settings page (if not already enabled):

            Divi Builder > Standard Builder > Add Page Layout option on Divi Builder pages / supported CPTs

            Once enabled, go to your course / lesson edit screen. With the Divi Builder enabled, you should now see an option in the purple "Divi Custom Post Settings" box to the right of the edit page. Set this to your choice of fullwidth, left sidebar or right sidebar, and then preview / publish the LearnDash page. Hopefully it will now display as you'd expect.

            Let me know if you have any questions about it, etc. Thanks!

  7. Ulrich Bornholdt

    Hi Dan,
    today i have installed newest divi booster on my clients website, build with the latest divi version. After activating the booster, all titles, texts etc. on the website changed to a small unknown font. Do you have any suggestions to fix this problem?
    Thanks!

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    • dan

      Hi Ulrich, I haven't heard of this happen to anyone else, so I'm not sure what would be causing it. Is there any chance you can send me a link to the site (either here or through my contact form) so that I can take a look for you? Thanks!

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      • Ulrich Bornholdt

        Hi Dan, thanks for your answer. Sorry for the delay, but i'm in a hurry to set up the new site. I'm gonna rebuild it from scratch (made no backup before installing Booster 🙁
        I think only looking at the damaged site would not really help me. The Problem maybee comes from the excessive Divi updates in the last time. In some FB-Groups, many peoples have reportet about different Problems when they have updated their sites.

        If you want you can have a look to my damaged site. After the main Navigation, there should be a big Picture in the first section. The Image has disappeared… then all Fonts Looks not so how they are defined (i define one Google font: source code pro).
        Formatting of the blurbs with the Image on left side has also been corrupted. And there are many other Problems, the last you can see in the footer line: i never had defined a font named Monospace.
        And finally, i swear: before installing divibooster, all was looking fine.
        Thanks!

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        • dan

          Hi Ulrich, looking at the damaged site I think it was in fact a result of the same Divi update problems that others have been having.

          The Divi update includes a feature which takes a lot of different bits of CSS and combines them into a single file (to help site speed). The problem comes when there is an error in one of the bits of CSS. On its own it may not be noticable, but when it is placed into a combined file it can start to affect all the other CSS after it.

          This seems to be what happened on your site. I can see, for instance, that there is CSS in the file for adding the picture to the first section. But there is an error earlier in the CSS file which prevents that CSS from working. Likewise, checking with a CSS validator, I can see errors relating to fonts and blurb images in Divi's combined CSS file.

          Disabling the Divi CSS feature might be enough to get that site working properly again. This post has details on how to disable the feature in Divi:

          https://www.sean-barton.co.uk/2017/09/how-to-turn-off-divi-minification-and-static-css-file-generation/

          I don't see anything to suggest any of the problems you are seeing are Divi Booster related. I could be wrong, but I suspect the timing might have just been coincidental.

          I hope you were able to get the new site up and running, but let me know if you do want to track down / fix the CSS issues in the old site.

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  8. Robert Hayley

    Hey Dan, I tried to purchase with CC. I put in my info and then it took me from the Paypal CC screen to another paypal screen to input it all over again. I am hesitant to enter my CC info twice as I have had nothing but issues with PP over the years. Just thought I would let you know in case there is some issue with the PP widget or payment link.,

    Reply
    • dan

      Hi Robert, thanks for letting me know. I can see from my system that your CC purchase has gone through correctly, so you should hopefully have already received your purchase confirmation email.

      On the checkout there are two payment options. One is "Paypal" and the other is "Credit Card", which is processed by Stripe (rather than PayPal). It looks like your payment was actually made using the Stripe option (i.e. on the "Credit Card" tab). I'm not sure how you would have ended up back at the PayPal option. The only way I can think of that you'd be able to go from having submitted the CC information using the "Credit Card" option and end up back on the default "PayPal" payment screen would be if the back button (on the mouse or browser) was accidentally hit. I've just tested both payment methods and they are working correctly for me, but I'll keep playing around and see if I can trigger the issue you described. Let me know if you have any questions, etc, or if it sounds like I've misunderstood you. Thanks!

      Reply
  9. Mark Cunzolo

    ******* BUG CAUSED with Divi Booster *******

    Hello Dan, first I want to thank you for such a great plugin. It's helped in so many ways on all of my divi sites.

    However, I recently ran into an issue on my divi sites where any slider with more than one slide collapses. What happens is that the first slide should be the first child of .et_pb_slides and therefore receive display: table-cell. However, a random tag gets added before the first slide and becomes the new first child. Since the first slide does not get the table-cell display, it stays as display none.

    I turned off all plugins and the slider bug stopped happening. I turned them all on one by one and found that turning on divi booster immediately caused the slider bug to start happening again. Here is a link to a video of this happening:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/gxrjjwb3lnu36z6/divi%20booster%20and%20slider%20bug%20issue.mov?dl=0

    Can you please let me know if this makes sense to you and what should be done from here? You have my email so feel free to communicate with me that way.

    I also included the link to the exact website page this happens on.

    On my other sites, if I disable WP auto p tags, this issue does not happen, even with divi booster enabled.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Reply
    • dan

      Hi Mark, ​I've just sent you a reply by email, but thanks again for taking the time to provide the detailed information on what you were seeing. ​I've released an update to Divi Booster (v2.5.8) which I believe should fix the issue. Let me know if you still have any trouble with it after that. Thanks! ​Dan

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  10. Zoe Griffin

    Hi, the divi booster doesn't work for me. I've installed it correctly but there is no option to add a URL to a backhround image on the slide. There is just not that option! That's what I want the most

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    • dan

      Hi Zoe, sorry about that. The recent Divi update made some changes which stopped the option from showing up. I've just updated Divi Booster (v2.5.8) to fix this. Let me know if you have any trouble with it after that. Thanks!

      Reply

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