The Divi Modules below require the Divi theme by Elegant Themes and one of our plugins: Divi Module Builder or the Divi Module Importer. If your WordPress website meets those requirements, you can import any of the following modules into the Divi Page Builder. If you have the Divi Module Builder plugin installed, you can easily modify any of the modules on this page to suite your needs.
As with all Divi 3rd party modules, the modules on this page cannot be used in the Visual Builder. We are all anxiously awaiting the big Divi 3.1 update that is supposed to provide an API and documentation for implementing modules into the Visual Builder. Once this has been released by Elegant Themes, we will add support to the Visual Builder for all Divi modules on this page.
This module is intended to be used as a sample module to showcase how to use the Divi Module Builder. The layout created will display a
Displays posts in a vertical timeline layout, with posts sliding in from left and right.
This is a simple image module with options to add an overlay, overlay text and icon, and assign the URL when image is clicked.
The DataTable module gives you the ability to turn any HTML table into a DataTable with sort, search and pagination.
Vertically center content inside any column next to another column of greater height.
What are Divi Modules?
Divi modules are building blocks used in the Divi theme by Elegant Themes to create page layouts. The Divi theme uses a drag-n-drop page builder, allowing you to easily design a page by adding sections, rows, columns and finally modules. It’s similar to how Bootstrap works, only Divi gives you a visual interface to work with. And instead of adding custom HTML code in a Bootstrap website inside of columns, in Divi you add modules.
Divi comes with many standard modules to help you get started with your website’s design. These include:
- Image modules
- Text modules
- Slider modules
- Blog modules
- Contact form modules
- And many other types of modules!
The amount of modules and the quality of each module is truly impressive. Some of these modules contains hundreds, even thousands of lines of code – equivalent to a standalone WordPress plugin! However, it would be impossible for Elegant Themes to include a module for every possible scenario. That’s where 3rd party custom modules come into play.