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📣 Learn More About Full Site Front-End Editing:

👉 Feature Overview
Today we are excited to release Full Site Front-End editing for Divi. This update allows you to easily jump in to your custom headers, footers and post templates while browsing your website and edit them in the Visual Builder. There’s no longer a need to navigate through the WordPress Dashboard or the Divi Theme Builder to edit parts of your website. When you enable the Visual Builder, you can edit everything you see, from the top of your website all the way down the bottom. Edit your headers, footers, post templates and page content all at once! No matter where you are on your website, you can activate the builder and edit what you see on the front end.

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  1. So if one would change the header on say the home page, would it also be edited on other pages? How does it work in case of global headers? Or no global headers? (I'd say global would work the same way right?)

  2. how about making changes to the woocommerce default shop view, product category view, products view, etc.
    That would be AWESOME!
    You can make a beautiful site using DIVI, but if your site is a Dark site, black background / white text, etc. than its no easy task to make all the aspects of the shop match your main site.

  3. Great work! Could you please add the ability to add a module inside another module? So in a blurb module we could add title module, map module, text module, etc.

  4. Fantastic. But please, make an option to disable. Some headers and footers will have cargo functions that make this new feature cause a big mess on all editing pages.

  5. Please Nick please focus on Woo at least with atributs and filters. Im waiting it for Years to Work. Working builder with working Woo filters.

  6. hi bro … thx for fantastic updates. but i have a question. when your team is going to add some option to divi menu to create mega menu and sub menus … we are tired of using crazy plugins

  7. It's a pity that it does not work with default Divi header set. Still waiting for real header creator – with all the menu behaviors on desktop and mobile (without adding any scripts)…

  8. Love to see how Divi is evolving. In my opinion it is still the best Page Builder by far!
    Unfortunately, I'm still afraid that Divi will lag behind other page builders in the future (and loose users to them), and all because of the loading speed – so please try to work on that more to stay on top of the game!

  9. sounds great. Thank you. But take more care about online shop functions in the future, please. For example a good product filter (incl. SEO optimization) for Divi. There are so many online shops outside and Divi is not bad for Woocomerce, but there are some low hanging fruits to let more useres choose Divi for online shops.

  10. This is why i love ❤️ divi!!! Its like they can read my mind!!! Well done again, keep up the great work troops! 👍🏼👏🏽👏🏽

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