How to Allow Visitors to Get Notification when Their Comment is Replied in WordPress

WordPress has a default feature to allow your website visitors to leave a comment. Other visitors can reply to an existing comment. However, WordPress has no default option to automatically notify visitors when their comment is replied. If you want to allow your visitors to get notifications over a reply to their comment, you can use a plugin called Comment Reply Email Notification. The plugin will automatically send an email to visitors — who have left a comment on a certain post — when their comment is replied by another visitor. You can get the plugin on the official plugin directory of WordPress.

Installing and Using the Comment Reply Email Notification Plugin

As said above, the Comment Reply Email Notification plugin is available on the official plugin directory of WordPress. It means that you can install it directly from the WordPress plugin manager. Go to Plugins -> Installed Plugins to access the WordPress plugin manager. Click the Add New button to install a new plugin.

Type “Comment Reply Email Notification” on the search box. Once you found the plugin, click the Install Now button to install it. Activate the plugin right away once installed.

The Comment Reply Email Notification plugin requires no additional settings to work. It will automatically work once installed. You will see a new option labeled “Notify me via e-mail if anyone answers my comment.” beneath the comment box on each blog post of your website.

If your visitors check the option, they will be notified (via email) when another visitor replied to their comment. The option itself is unchecked by default. If you want to set it to be checked by default, you can go to Settings -> Comment Reply Email Notification on your WordPress dashboard. Check the check the subscription checkbox by default option and click the Save Changes button. You can also add privacy policy URL if you want it.

Editing the Email Template

By default, the email sent to your visitors has the body with the following content:

If you want to add a new text to the body or remove the existing one, you can simply edit the template. To do so, you can go to Plugins -> Plugin Editor on your WordPress dashboard. Select Comment Reply Email Notification on the dropdown menu on right side and click the Select button.

Select the notification.php file under the templates/cren folder to edit it.

If the plugin editor is disabled on your WordPress site, you can access the notification.php file of Comment Reply Email Notification from the file manager of your hosting. You can go to the following path: wp-content/plugins/comment-reply-email-notification/templates/cren.

The Bottom Line

When maximized, the default commenting feature of WordPress can help increase visitors to your website. One of ways to maximize the WordPress commenting feature is by automatically sending a notification to visitors when their comment is replied. On top of that, applying the tip can help to increase user engagement on your website. Another tip to increase user engagement via comment box is by displaying a social media sharing buttons right after the comment is posted. You can achieve it using the Monarch plugin.

How to Customize the Back to Top Button of Divi (Two Ways)

Divi is one of WordPress themes that comes with a built-in back to top button. So, if this button matters to you, you don’t need to install an additional plugin. By default, the back to top button of Divi comes in a grey and is located on the lower-bottom right side of your website. If you don’t like the default look and location, you can customize it. This article will show you how.

The back to top button itself can be enabled from Theme Options page. You can access the page by going to Divi -> Theme Options on your WordPress dashboard. On the General tab, scroll down to the Back To Top Button option and toggle the switch.

Customizing Back to Top Button via Custom CSS

This method is a bit tricky as you need to have CSS knowledge. But no worries, we will provide the necessary CSS codes. Here are three examples of the back to top button, along with the CSS codes. You can place one of the codes below to the Custom CSS field on the General tab of the Theme Options page of Divi.

1. Circle Button with Hover Animation

The code:

/* Default button appearance */
.et_pb_scroll_top.et-pb-icon {
    right: 30px; /* space from right */
    bottom: 30px; /* space from bottom */
    padding: 8px; /*padding size*/
    border-radius: 30px; /* make the circle */
    background: rgb(0, 101, 253) /* button color */;	
    font-size: 32px; /* icon size */
    transition: all .1s ease-in-out; /* add transition */
}
/* Button Appearance on Mouseover */
.et_pb_scroll_top.et-pb-icon:hover {
    bottom: 32px /* space from bottom */;
    background: rgb(7, 69, 160) /*button hover color*/;	
    transition: all .1s ease-in-out; /*add transition*/
    box-shadow: 0 10px 15px #162c4e4a; /*box shadow on hover*/
}
/* Animation tweaks */
.et_pb_scroll_top.et-visible {
    -webkit-animation: fadeInBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.50,0,.160,1);
    -moz-animation: fadeInBottom 2s 1 cubic-bezier(.50,0,.160,1);
    -o-animation: fadeInBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.50,0,.160,1);
    animation: fadeInBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.50,0,.160,1);
}
.et_pb_scroll_top.et-hidden {
    opacity: 0;
    -webkit-animation: fadeOutBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.77,0,.175,1);
    -moz-animation: fadeOutBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.77,0,.175,1);
    -o-animation: fadeOutBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.77,0,.175,1);
    animation: fadeOutBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.77,0,.175,1);
}

2. Back to Top Button with Arrow Icon

The code:

.et_pb_scroll_top:before {
    content: "\21";/*select icon*/
} 
.et_pb_scroll_top.et-pb-icon {
    right: 20px; /*right space*/
    bottom: 20px; /*bottom space*/
    border-radius: 0px;/*border radius*/
    background: #838ab1;/*button background color*/
    padding: 20px;/*space around the icon*/
    font-size: 24px;/*icon size*/
    transition: all .1s ease-in-out; /*add transition*/
}
.et_pb_scroll_top.et-pb-icon:hover {
    background: #6078ff;/*background color on hover*/
    transition: all .1s ease-in-out; /*add transition*/
}

3. Horizontal Button with “Back To Top” Text

The code:

.et_pb_scroll_top:after {
    content: "Back To Top";/*button text*/
    font-family: "Open Sans",Arial,sans-serif;/*text font*/
    font-size:12px;/*text size*/
} 
.et_pb_scroll_top:before {
    content: "\21";/*select icon*/
    font-family: ETmodules !important;
    font-size:12px;/*icon size*/
    margin-right: 5px;
} 
.et_pb_scroll_top.et-pb-icon {
    padding: 0px 20px 17px;
    right: 20px;
    bottom: 30px;
    border-radius: 100px;
    background: #1dbbe1;/*button color*/
    box-shadow: 0 10px 20px #37798940;
    transition: all .1s ease-in-out;
}
.et_pb_scroll_top.et-pb-icon:hover {
    background: #00ceff;/*button color on hover*/
    transition: all .1s ease-in-out; /*add transition*/
}
/*Add Animation from Bottom */
.et_pb_scroll_top.et-visible {
    -webkit-animation: fadeInBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.50,0,.160,1);
    -moz-animation: fadeInBottom 2s 1 cubic-bezier(.50,0,.160,1);
    -o-animation: fadeInBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.50,0,.160,1);
    animation: fadeInBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.50,0,.160,1);
}
.et_pb_scroll_top.et-hidden {
    opacity: 0;
    -webkit-animation: fadeOutBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.77,0,.175,1);
    -moz-animation: fadeOutBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.77,0,.175,1);
    -o-animation: fadeOutBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.77,0,.175,1);
    animation: fadeOutBottom 1s 1 cubic-bezier(.77,0,.175,1);
}

Customizing Back to Top Button Using a Plugin

If you have no CSS knowledge and seek for an easier way to customize the back to top button of Divi, you can use a plugin. One of the Divi plugins that you can use is Divi Switch. You can get it on Divi Marketplace. The plugin comes with some extra customization options. One of which is the ability to customize the back to top button.

After installing and activating the Divi Switch plugin, you will see a new block called Divi Switch on theme customizer (Appearance -> Customize). Simply scroll down to the back to top section to customize the back to button. You can set things like the button color, position, border radius, and so on.

The Bottom Line

Back to top button is a simple yet useful feature of Divi. It allows your website visitors to effortlessly back to the top section of the page they are visiting. If you have a one-page website (which usually has a long homepage), you can combine this feature with a one-page navigation. Divi offers no option to customize the back to top button. To customize it, you can use one of the methods we covered above.

How to Create One-Page Navigation Menu in Divi

Some websites consist only of one page, the homepage. Usually, this type of website has a long homepage. To make it easier for your visitors to jump between sections on the homepage, you can create a navigation menu just like regular websites (websites that consist of several pages). How to create a navigation menu when your website consists of only one page? This article will show you how. Specifically, we will show you how to create a one-page navigation menu in Divi.

Divi, as you have known, comes with a built-in page builder that you can use to create the homepage of your website. When creating the homepage using Divi Builder, you can add sections to place the modules. Regarding one-page navigation menu, you can point each menu item to the sections of your homepage. For instance, say your homepage consists of the following sections:

  • Hero
  • Services
  • About
  • Contact

When you click the Home menu item, you will be taken to the hero section, when you click the Services menu item, you will be taken to the services section, and so on. Take a look at the following screencast.

How to Create One-Page Navigation Menu in Divi

First, edit the page you want to apply the one-page navigation to using Divi Builder. Select a section (e.g., the hero section) and click the blue gear icon to open the section settings panel. You can also use Layers View to ease your job.

Once the section settings panel opens, go to the Advanced tab and open the CSS ID & Classes block. Add CSS id on the CSS ID field.

Move to other sections and repeat the steps above to add the CSS id to each section.

Once done adding the CSS id on each section, update your page to save the changes. Next, go to the menu manager (Appearance -> Menus). Select a menu you want to use for the navigation menu (or create a new one). Add a custom link to each menu item. Instead of adding a link, you can add a CSS id on the URL field of the menu item.

Make sure to click the Save Menu button on the bottom-right corner to save the changes.

Using the Menu

Once done with all steps above, the last step is to use the menu. If you want to use the menu on the default header of Divi, you can go to the theme customizer (Appearance -> Customize). Open the Menus block and select the menu you have edited above and tick the PRIMARY MENU option.

If you want to create a custom header using the theme builder feature of Divi, you can use the Menu module to add the menu. You read our previous article to learn how to create a custom header in Divi.

The Bottom Line

Navigation menu is a crucial feature of a website. Even if your website consists of only one page, you still need it. Divi is a feature-rich theme. Creating a navigation menu for your one-page website is not a problem in Divi. Some Divi child themes, such as Portfolio Divi Child Theme, are also designed with a one-page website concept.

8 Best Online Magazine Elementor Template Kits

Elementor is a multipurpose page builder plugin. Meaning that you can use it to create any type of website, including an online magazine. However, since Elementor is not designed specifically to create online magazines like tagDiv Composer, it takes extra effort to design the layout if you want to create an online magazine with it. If you don’t want to be bother, you can use a template kit for your online magazine. We have curated the Elementor template kits to create an online magazine.

Typically, an online magazine has a grid section on its homepage to display articles based on certain criteria. Elementor has no default widget to create this sort of section. If you need one, you can use JetBlog — an Elementor add-on designed specifically for online magazines. We have a separate article that covers how to create an online magazine homepage in case you are interested.

Best Online Magazine Elementor Template Kits

1. Sportans

As we said above, most online magazines have a grid section on their homepage to display articles. If you want the homepage of your online magazine has this sort of section, Sportans is one of the template kits you can consider. It is an Elementor template kit from Crocoblock, the developer of popular Elementor add-ons like JetElements, JetEngine, JetMenu, and JetBlog. The Sportans template kit itself is created using JetBlog. You will find sections like grid, video playlist, and list on its homepage. On the header part, you will find a news ticker element, which is also offered by the JetBlog add-on.

  • Price: Free (Crocoblock All-Inclusive plan required)
  • Dependencies: JetBlog, JetThemeCore
  • Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

2. Enter Mega

Are you an Essential Addons user? If yes, then Enter Mega is the template kit for you. The template kit is designed specifically for lifestyle magazines, but you can also use it on other magazine types with some modifications. Unlike Sportans above, Enter Mega has no grid section on its homepage. The template kit itself is available on Templately. You need to have the Templately installed on your website to be able to use the template kit.

  • Price: $5.99/month
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro, Essential Addons
  • Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)

3. EleMag

EleMag is another Elementor template kit available on Templately. It is also created using Essential Addons+Elementor Pro just like Enter Mega above. The EleMega template kit has clean, simple design which is great if you want to have an online magazine with a minimalist nuance. EleMag offers a homepage template, a header template, a footer template, and a single post template.

  • Price: Free
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro, Essential Addons
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (4 / 5)

4. Maglobe

Maglobe is an Elementor template kit that is created using Elementor Pro and Happy Addons. So, if you are a user of Happy Addons then it is a perfect option to create your online magazine. The template kit offers multiple options for some website pages. For instance, you have 4 homepage layouts to choose from, 4 single post layouts, and 2 category page layouts. In addition to these templates, Maglobe also offers templates for 404 page, contact page, about page, and so on.

  • Price: $19
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro, Happy Addons
  • Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)

5. Barley

If you are looking for an online magazine template kit that is created purely using Elementor without an add-on, then Barley is the item you can consider. The template kit has a clean design with white as its base color. The template kit offers 15 templates in total.

  • Price: $19
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (4 / 5)

6. NewsAtlas

NewsAtlas is a great option if you are looking for a magazine template kit that has a grid section on the homepage. The designer of the template kit uses plugin called AnWP Post Grid and Post Carousel Slider for Elementor for the grid section. The plugin is free and available on WordPress plugin directory. In addition, the designer also uses Essential Addons to add other elements. You don’t need to install the required plugins yourself. Instead, it will be installed automatically as you import the template kit. NewsAtlas itself is available on ThemeForest. You can read our previous article to learn how to install an Elementor template kit from ThemeForest.

The NewsAtlas offers 15+ ready-made templates with 35+ block templates in total. You have 3 different homepage layouts to choose from.

  • Price: $19
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro, AnWP Post Grid and Post Carousel Slider for Elementor, Essential Addons
  • Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars (4.4 / 5)

7. Santoni

Santoni is an Elementor template kit created using Elementor Pro only. So, it is a suited option if you don’t like installing add-on when creating a website with Elementor. Using white as its base color, Santoni has a clean design. Since it uses no add-on, there is no grid section on the homepage like Sportans and NewsAtlast above. Santoni itself offers 15 templates in total, including three homepage templates and two single post templates. It uses Roboto font family, which is available on the Elementor font library by default so that you don’t need to install a new font.

  • Price: $18
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro
  • Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars (4.4 / 5)

8. Takei

Takei is another template kit that is designed for online magazines or the similar website types. It is created using Elementor Pro without any addition of other add-ons. Takei also has a clean design. You have three homepage layouts to choose from, as well as two single post template options. It uses two fonts (Source Sans Pro and Roboto) that are available on Elementor by default so that you don’t need install new fonts.

  • Price: $19
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro
  • Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars (4.4 / 5)

The Bottom Line

Although not designed specifically to create online magazines, Elementor can also be used to create an online magazine. It has two default widgets that you can use to display articles on your website: the Posts widget and the Archive Posts widget. To achieve certain layouts, post grid layout for instance, you can use add-ons like JetBlog. In addition to displaying articles in grid layout, the add-on also allows you to create and embed a YouTube playlist. If you want to create your online magazine from a template kit, you can use one of the items we have covered above.

How an Elementor Website Kit Helps Streamlining Your Workflow

Since its initial release in 2016, Elementor has undergone massive development. It has gone from a mere page builder plugin to a comprehensive website builder. Elementor is now capable of handling tasks that previously could only be done by a theme. Such as customizing site parts (header, footer, single post layout, and so on), setting the site logo, and so on. Recently, Elementor has just released a new feature called Kit Library. The feature aimed at nothing but to streamline your workflow. Isn’t template kit already there? You are right but read on first.

The first edition of template kit was released by Elementor back in 2019. Since then, Elementor keeps releasing new template kits on a regular basis. Before Kit Library was released, you could only install a new template kit by manually importing each template (offered by the template kit) on the pages associated with each template. For instance, if the template kit you want to install consists of 10 templates, you need to import the templates 10 times. We haven’t mentioned the page creation, which also required.

With Kit Library, you can install a template kit — as well as other components — in fewer clicks. Less than 5 clicks!

Is Kit Library Different to Template Library?

Template Library has been around since the initial version of Elementor. It contained ready-made templates. From section templates to page templates. In Template Library, you can only import one template per import. Kit Library also consists of templates, but only for template kits. You can install a template kit in three clicks. On the installation process, Elementor will also import the demo content, global setting, and site settings. That is why Elementor calls the items on Kit Library a site kit instead of template kit.

A site kit consists of the following components:

  • Site settings
  • Global settings for Elementor
  • Page templates
  • Site part templates (header, footer, single post, 404 page, and so on)
  • Popup templates (depending on kit site concept)

Installing a Site Kit

Kit Library is available on Elementor 3.3 and the higher versions. You can access the feature by going to Templates -> Kit Library on your WordPress dashboard. The collections of the site kits will show up as you go to Kit Library. You can filter them by clicking the categories on left panel. You can also search for a particular site kit from the available search box. Once you find the site you like, simply click it and you will be presented the preview of site kit. You can click the Apply Kit button on the top-right corner to install it. You can click the device icons to switch between preview modes. You can also click the Overview button to see what templates offered by the site kit.

On the next step, you can select which components you want to include on the importing process. Once done selecting the components, you can click the Next button on the bottom-right corner.

Wait a moment until Elementor is done importing the templates and applying the settings. Once the process is done, you can edit the templates to tailor the content and your site is ready.

Did you count the number of clicks to import the templates? Only three!

How an Elementor Website Kit Helps Streamlining Your Workflow

Elementor has significantly transformed the way WordPress users create a website. You no longer depend on what’s your theme offer to customize your website. You can customize every part of your website in a visual way thanks to Elementor theme builder feature. With Elementor, you can create a website with your own design concept.

Design. Yes, right.

When you create a website using Elementor, you put design on the emphasize. In order to make every element of your website has a consistent design, you need to create a style guide. Once the style guide is created, you can execute it with Elementor. Before creating the style guide, you also need to create the design of your website itself.

In general, it takes the following steps to create a professional website with Elementor:

  • Creating the design itself. You can use tools like Figma, Adobe XD, and Sketch
  • Creating the style guide
  • Execute the design in Elementor based on the style guide

From the processes above, creating the design is the most time consuming one as you need to conduct some research to make your design relevant with the website type you want to create. It can take days or even weeks. With an Elementor Site Kit, you can eliminate all processes above. As we have demonstrated above, you can create a website in only three clicks.

While a Site Kit can help save you time in creating a new website, it also great to redesign your existing website to give it a fresh look.

The Bottom Line

Since its initial release in 2016, Elementor has transformed how WordPress users create a website. Its intuitive editor interface allows anyone to create a beautiful website regardless of the design background. You have a lot of elements to be added. Its theme builder, which was released in 2018, allowed users to step further. Now with the release of Kit Library, Elementor users are getting pampered more and more. The feature allows you to create a website in a quickest way possible. No need to create the design or style guide. You just need to select a site kit you like and install it in a few clicks.

How to Set the Elementor Accordion Widget Closed by Default

Elementor comes with an Accordion widget. Along with the Toggle widget, the Accordion widget is great to create sections like FAQ or the similar ones. When working with the Accordion widget, you can add as many items as you want. By default, the first item of the accordion is set to open and Elementor offers no default setting to make it closed. For some users, it is a bit annoying as the main purpose of adding accordion is to hide information and requires user interaction (clicking an accordion item) to display the information.

So, how to set all accordion items closed by default? You can use the following JavaScript to do so.

<script>
jQuery(document).ready(function($) {
var delay = 100; setTimeout(function() {
$('.elementor-tab-title').removeClass('elementor-active');
 $('.elementor-tab-content').css('display', 'none'); }, delay);
});
</script>

You can use HTML widget to use the code above. Simply drag the HTML widget and place it right above the Accordion widget. Paste the code to the HTML Code field on the settings panel once the HTML widget is added

That’s it. You can update your page once you are done editing other elements.

If you have multiple accordions on your website and want to make them all closed by default, you can use a custom code instead. To do so, go to Elementor -> Custom Code on your WordPress dashboard. Click the Add new button to add a new custom code.

Give your custom code a name and paste the code. On the Location section, you can choose whether header, footer, or body. Your code will work at any location. Click the Publish button to apply the code.

Try to reload one of the pages on your website that contains an accordion to check the result.

While the Accordion is useful to create an FAQ section, you can only add the text content. Plus, there is no option to add the content from a template. You can only add the content manually using the offered classic editor. If you need to add an image accordion section to your page, you can use Elementor add-ons like JetElements and JetTabs.

5 Best Lawyer Divi Child Themes

Trust is a crucial thing for a business. You can’t compromise about it. One of ways to build trust for your business is by having a website. Today, most people will look for the website of a service before they use it (the service). That being said, if you are a lawyer or have law firm, you can create a website if you haven’t done so. Divi is a great theme to create a lawyer website with WordPress. It is a feature-rich theme, comes with a built-in page builder. You don’t need to always start from scratch when creating a website with Divi. Instead, you can use a child theme. We have curated the best Divi child themes that are great to create a lawyer website.

By the way, what is a Divi child theme?

A Divi child theme is a sub-theme of the Divi theme. It inherits all features of Divi as the parent theme. When you use a Divi child theme, you can’t delete the Divi theme as a child theme requires a parent theme to work. In the context of Divi, there are two main benefits of using a child theme:

  1. You can update your Divi theme without any risk
  2. You can get your website done more quickly

If you follow the right step to update a WordPress theme, the first step you need to do before starting the update is to back up your website. The reason is to avoid unexpected things might be happen to your website after the update. Using a child theme can prevent your website from being messed up after the theme update as the changes (of the update) are applied to parent theme. Divi in this case.

For the second reason, you can get your website done more quickly as a Divi child theme commonly comes with page layouts and theme settings you can import. The page layouts, as well as the theme settings, are designed specifically for specific website type. You can get a Divi child theme that is designed specifically for a lawyer website.

Best Lawyer Divi Child Themes

1. Justice Divi Theme

Justice Divi Theme is a perfect Divi child theme to create a law firm website. It offers page templates designed specifically for attorneys on your law firm. There are 3 templates you can choose from to create the Attorneys page. In addition, the child theme offers different templates for each part of your site. From the homepage, header, footer, and so on. For the homepage alone, the child theme offers 4 different layout options. There are about 35 ready-made page layouts offered by Justice Divi Theme in total. You don’t need to import those layouts manually as the child theme offers a demo importer. Here are the key features offered by Just Divi Theme:

  • 4 homepage layouts
  • 4 header and footer layouts
  • 2 about page and contact page layouts
  • 2 attorneys page layouts
  • One-click demo importer
  • 26+ in-built preloader options

There is also a page layout dedicated to creating an appointment page as well in case you need it.

  • Price: $49.99
  • Designer: DCT
  • Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)

2. Divi Attorney

Divi Attorney is another great child theme to create a law firm website with Divi. It also comes with a page layout dedicated to creating the Attorneys page whereby you can use the page to display the attorneys of your law firm. Same as Justice Divi Theme above, Divi Attorney also offers tons of ready-made layouts you can import. There are 5 different header layouts you can choose from, as well as the footer options. The Divi Attorney child theme comes with the following page layouts:

  • Homepage
  • About
  • Services. You can use this page to showcase the services you offer
  • Attorneys. You can use this page to display your lawyers/attorneys
  • Pricing. You can use this page to provide better options for aspiring clients to select your services.

In addition to those page layouts, the Divi Attorney child theme also comes with 5 header layouts, 5 header layouts, 10 blog page layouts, 10 blog post layouts, and 5 search results page layouts.

  • Price: $29
  • Designer: Divi Extended
  • Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)

3. Advist Divi Child Theme

Advist Divi Child Theme is a created by the same designer as Wedding Photography, a Divi child theme for photography website. You can also use the Advist Divi Child Theme to create a law firm website. It also comes with a page layout dedicated to displaying the lawyers/attorneys of your firm. The child theme itself offers about 25 ready-made layouts you can import using its demo importer so that you don’t need to import the layouts one by one.

  • Price: $39
  • Designer: Divi Awesome
  • Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

4. DP Lawyer & Attorney

Divi Builder (the built-in page builder of the Divi theme) comes with a built-in feature to add parallax background. Some child themes we mentioned above have sections with a parallax background. DP Lawyer & Attorney also has one on the hero section on its homepage. Speaking of homepage, the child theme offers two different homepage layouts you can choose from. In addition, the child theme also offers layout options for each page such as contact page, about page, blog page, and so on.

  • Price: $59
  • Designer: Divi Professional
  • Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

5. Divi Lawyer

Same other Divi child themes above, Divi Lawyer is also designed specifically to create a law firm website in which the associated law firm has some lawyers/attorneys. There is a section on its homepage that displays the lawyers. There is also a section to show the areas you serve. The Divi Lawyer child theme itself has a clean design, with white as its base color. It comes with a one-click installation feature to ease your job.

  • Price: $49
  • Designer: Divi Life
  • Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

The Bottom Line

If you want to create a WordPress-based with Divi, it would be much easier and time saving with a child theme. There are at least two main benefits you will get. First, you don’t need to backup your website every time you want to update your Divi theme as the changes of the update will not be applied to your child theme. Second, you can get your website done more quickly as a child theme commonly comes with the necessary settings and layouts for a specific website type. There are some websites you can go to for a Divi child theme, including Elegant Themes’ website. The child themes we mentioned above are great to create a website for a law firm.

Speaking of Divi, you can consider using a Div Hosting for a better site performance. You can also install a Divi plugin like Divi Supreme and Divi Plus if you need more modules.

7 Reasons Divi is the Best WordPress Theme for Affiliate Marketing

WordPress is the best CMS to create a website for affiliate marketing as it is fully customizable. The very first thing you need to do before start creating a website for your affiliate marketing business is to pick the best theme. You can go to the WordPress theme directory for a free theme. If you prefer a paid theme, one of our recommendations is Divi. You will learn shortly why Divi is one of the best themes to run your affiliate marketing business.

Affiliate marketing means you sell third-party’s products in which you will earn a commission for every product you sell via your affiliate link. Most affiliate marketers promote the affiliate product they sell via articles, be it in the form of review or listicle. There is also a practice whereby an affiliate marketer creates something like an online shop, but for affiliate products only. In WordPress, you can use WooCommerce if you want to adopt this practice. WooCommerce allows you to sell affiliate products other than your own products. Whichever the practice you want to adopt, Divi can provide the solution. You can use it to create a customized WooCommerce-based online shop. You can also use it to create a regular website (e.g., blog) that consists of several content types.

Also, Divi comes with tons of features you can make use of to create campaign materials.

Top Reasons Divi is the Best WordPress Theme for Affiliate Marketing.

1. It Comes with a Visual Editor

While articles are great to promote your affiliate products, as well as to generate traffic to your website from search engines, you might want to try running a campaign on platforms like Facebook Ads or Google Ads. Before running a campaign, you definitely need to create a decent landing page first. To do so, you can use a page builder that offers a visual editor like Elementor, Zion Builder, and Brizy. With Divi theme, you don’t need to install a page builder plugin anymore as it already has one called Divi Builder.

Divi Builder is an integral part of the Divi theme. It is not a separate plugin although a standalone plugin of Divi Builder is also available if you want to use it on a WordPress theme other than Divi theme.

You can use Divi Builder to create a landing page before you run a campaign on any advertising platform. You can create a more appealing page by adding some visual elements in order to make your landing page can convert into sales or leads according to your purpose. Divi Builder itself offers 30+ elements (called modules). Some key modules are:

If you need more modules, you can install a Divi plugin. Elegant Themes — the developer of Divi — offers a marketplace whereby you can download Divi plugins, Divi child themes, and Divi layouts. To give you an overview about Divi Builder, you can watch the following video.

The introduction video of Divi Builder

Regarding campaign materials, Divi offers 200+ ready-made landing page layouts to streamline your workflow. Divi Builder itself can be used on posts on pages.

Divi layout library

2. Native Integration with Gutenberg

WordPress has a default editor called Gutenberg which you can use to create content on your website. Be it blog posts or pages. Although it has evolved in the recent years by allowing users to add more visual elements, the emphasis is text, still. In Divi, you can add more visual elements to your Gutenberg-powered content thanks to the native integration between Gutenberg and Divi Builder.

In what form is the integration between Divi Builder and Gutenberg?

You can add a Divi module (which you have customized before) to Gutenberg. This is great if you often create blog posts to promote your affiliate products as you can add elements like call to action, email opt-in form, stylized button, and so on. Blog posts, in any case, are the best material to generate organic traffic from search engines. The concept of this sort of integration itself is also available on other page builders like Elementor. But unlike Elementor, you don’t need to install an additional plugin to integrate Gutenberg and Divi Builder (read: Elementor vs Divi). You can read our previous article to learn how to use a Divi module in Gutenberg.

3. Ability to Create Custom Templates for Site Parts

Your WordPress-based website consists of the following main parts:

  • Header
  • Footer
  • Single post
  • Single page
  • 404 page
  • Search results page

The layouts of those parts are controlled by template files of the theme you use. For instance, the layout of the header is controlled by the header.php file, while the layout of the footer is controlled by the footer.php file. You can go to Appearance -> Theme Editor on your WordPress dashboard to find the template files of your theme.

WordPress itself is written in PHP. In other words, you need to understand PHP to edit the template files with the aim to edit the layouts. Divi comes with a theme builder feature to eliminate the PHP knowledge requirement to edit the templates. The theme builder feature of Divi allows you to create custom templates — using Divi Builder — to replace the default templates of your theme.

When it comes to affiliate marketing, theme builder is useful for the following case.

  • To create custom templates for custom post types

What is a custom post type?

Simply put, it is a type of content that is different from default content of WordPress such as blog posts and pages. When it comes to affiliate marketing, a great example of the implementation of a custom post type is for review articles whereby you can create a custom post type dedicated to review articles. You can then use Divi theme builder to create a custom template for the custom port type. You can read our previous article to learn more about WordPress custom post type.

When creating a custom template for a custom post type, you can also add custom fields like dynamic star rating, overall score, and so on.

4. The Supporting Marketing Plugins on the Package

Divi is developed by Elegant Themes, which adopts membership-based business model. There are two membership types offered by Elegant Themes: yearly membership and lifetime membership. Whichever the membership type you choose; you will have access to all WordPress products developed by Elegant Themes:

  • Divi Theme
  • Extra Theme
  • Divi Builder
  • Monarch
  • Bloom

Monarch and Bloom are two of the supporting plugins you can make use of to run your affiliate marketing business. Monarch is a social media sharing plugin, while Bloom is an email marketing plugin. The two comes with analytics feature to allow you to monitor the stats like the number of shares and subscribers.

5. Built-in SEO Feature

Most affiliate marketers rely on search engines to generate traffic (organic traffic more specifically) to their affiliate websites. To get traffic from search engines, you need to have your sites on the front page (page one) of the search results page of search engines. To achieve this, you need to optimize your website as well as its content. The process itself is called Search Engine Optimization or often shortened SEO.

Divi comes with a built-in SEO feature you can make use of. You can go to Divi -> Theme Options and click the SEO tab to access the feature.

Built-in SEO feature of Divi

The built-in SEO feature of Divi allows you to:

  • Add custom title for homepage and single post
  • Add meta description for homepage and single post
  • Add meta keyword for homepage and single post
  • Add canonical URLs

While the feature is useful enough, we keep recommending a dedicated SEO plugin like Yoast and Rank Math for a better result.

6. WooCommerce Builder Feature

On the opening section, we said that you can create an online shop using WooCommerce to sell your affiliate products. Related to this, you can make use of the WooCommerce builder of Divi to create a fully customized online shop.

How the WooCommerce builder feature works?

WooCommerce consists of the following main pages:

  • Shop page
  • Single product page
  • Product archive pages
  • Cart page
  • Checkout page
  • Customer’s account page

The layouts of the pages above are controlled by template files which you can find on the folder “wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates“.

The WooCommerce builder feature of Divi allows you to create custom templates for the WooCommerce pages above. Same as theme parts like header and footer, you can also create the custom template for WooCommerce using Divi Builder. You can read our previous article to learn how to create a customized WooCommerce-powered online shop using Divi.

The ability to create custom templates for WooCommerce gives you freedom to add the elements you need or like on every WooCommerce page such as single product page. You can also remove the unnecessary ones.

7. One License for Unlimited Sites

The yearly membership plan of Divi costs $89. Looks expensive? At first, yes. But it’s not!

With only one license, you can install Divi (and other products developed by Elegant Themes) on as many websites as you want. This means, if you plan to create several websites for your affiliate marketing business, you only need to spend $89 per year. If you plan to create 10 websites, for instance, you only need to spend $8.9 per site. Think again about the features you will get as we have covered above.

Divi Reviews and Ratings

Divi is not available on ThemeForest or WordPress theme directory. So how to know users’ feedbacks?

Well, it’s normal if you ask the question above. Everybody does it. You can visit sites like Trustpilot and Capterra to learn the users’ feedbacks about Divi.

On Trustpilot, there have been over 17,000 users who gave their reviews for Divi. While on Capterra, you will find over 400 reviews.

  • Average Divi rating on Trustpilot: 5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5)
  • Average Divi rating on Capterra: 4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)

How to Get Divi

You have just learned the features of Divi as well as the benefits of using it. If you are interested to give Divi a try, you can go to the official website of Elegant Themes and select a membership plan you like. After completing the payment, you will have access to all products developed by Elegant Themes, including Divi. Just like other WordPress products (themes and plugins), you will get the ZIP files, which you can upload to your hosting.

If installing Divi sounds scary for you, you can also get Divi by subscribing to a Divi Hosting plan. What is that?

Elegant Themes partners with three prominent web hosting companies: Pressable, SiteGround, and Flywheel to offer hosting plans that are optimized to run Divi-powered WordPress sites. The partnership is named Divi Hosting. In addition to Divi-optimized hosting, each Divi Hosting plan also offers Divi itself.

The Bottom Line

Divi is a perfect theme to start an affiliate marketing business with WordPress. It has a strong SEO fundamental, which is crucial to generate organic traffic from search engines. With Divi, you have a built-in visual page builder to create decent landing pages easily. Another strong reason to use Divi for affiliate marketing is that Divi is available in a very simple plan. With a single license, you can use Divi on unlimited websites.

Here are top 5 features offered by Divi:

  • Visual Page Builder
  • Native Gutenberg Integration
  • Theme Builder
  • WooCommerce Builder
  • Built-in SEO

And here are three additional reasons to use Divi for affiliate marketing:

  • One license for unlimited websites
  • Strong SEO fundamental
  • Additional marketing plugins on the package

4 Best Coffee Shop Divi Child Themes

Divi is a multipurpose WordPress theme in which you can use it to create any type of website, including a coffee shop website. Be it with an e-commerce functionality or not. In Divi, you have three options to start creating your website: from scratch, from a layout pack, and from a child theme. If you plan to create your coffee shop website from a child theme, we have curated the best Divi child themes to get your website done. Read on to learn more.

There are at least two reasons why using a Divi child theme is a smarter choice. First, you can keep your Divi theme updated without worrying about your site. In some cases, when you update your theme to the newest version, it will ruin your site as updating process might overrides the settings you have made to your theme. That’s why most theme developers recommend you back up your website first before making an update. When you use a child theme on your WordPress site, you can update your parent theme any time once the newer version is available. You can update the parent theme comfortably and confidently as the changes will not be applied to your child theme. In other words, if there is something wrong about the update, it won’t affect your site as you use a child theme.

Second, using a Divi child theme can save you time in getting your website done. A Divi child theme is commonly packaged for a certain website type. It usually consists of theme customizer settings, theme builder settings, page layouts, and so on. The settings and layouts are stored in JSON files, which are available in the ZIP file of the associated child theme. You can simply import the JSON files according to their respective context. Some Divi child themes even come with importer to streamline your workflow.

Divi is a Great Theme to Create a Coffee Shop Website

Divi is a feature-rich WordPress theme. It comes with a built-in page builder — Divi Builder — that you can use to create and edit a page in a visual way. You can create a beautiful page using Divi Builder.

When it comes to coffee shop, Divi also allows you to create custom templates for WooCommerce pages in case you want to add an e-commerce functionality to your website. The WooCommerce pages you can create the custom templates of are:

  • Shop Page
  • Cart Page
  • Checkout Page
  • Customers’ Account Page
  • Single Product Page
  • Product Archive Pages (Tags and Categories)

You can read our previous article to learn how to create a customized WooCommerce website with Divi.

Best Coffee Shop Divi Child Themes

We have explored some resources to find Divi child themes for coffee shop websites. Here are the results:

1. Divi Cafe

The first Divi child theme we recommend to creating a coffee shop website is Divi Cafe. The child theme is available on the Divi Marketplace at $23. It offers page layouts as follows:

  • Homepage
  • About page
  • Services page
  • Blog page
  • Shop page
  • Contact page

You can import the layouts above to streamline your workflow.

The Divi Cafe child theme is a perfect option if you want to add an e-commerce functionality to your website. You can simply install the WooCommerce plugin on your website and import the Shop page layout offered by the child theme. On the homepage of the child theme, there is also a section dedicated to displaying the WooCommerce products. You can use this section to display your products like coffee beans, souvenirs, and so on. There is also a section to display your coffee shop menu item.

  • Price: $23.20
  • Designer: Paper Temple
  • Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)

2. Esspressonal

Espressonal is a Divi child theme that has a unique design. You can click the PREVIEW button above to see the website demo that use the child theme.

The Espressonal Divi child theme can be used to create the profile website of your coffee shop. Unlike the Divi Cafe above, it offers no page layout dedicated to shop page. You have a page layout to display the types of coffees you offer, a page layout to display your company profile, a page layout to display the franchise info, and so on. There are 7 page layouts offered by Espressonal in total. You will also get custom templates for theme parts like the header, footer, and 404 page.

  • Price: $47.20
  • Designer: gdo.com
  • Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)

3. Divi Coffee

Divi Coffee is a Divi child theme offered by Divi Life, a prominent enough name in the Divi community. The child theme is also ideal to be used to create the profile of your coffee shop. The child theme itself comes with 6 page layouts as follows:

  • Homepage
  • About page
  • Menu page
  • Wholesale page
  • Blog page
  • Contact page

You don’t need to import the page layouts above manually one by one. The child theme comes with a one-click installation feature to import the layouts. On the homepage layout, there is a menu table section that you can use to display your coffee shop menu. The Divi Coffee child theme comes with a transparent header, which will turn into brown on page scroll.

  • Price: $49
  • Designer: Divi Life
  • Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

4. Divi Restro

Unlike the first three child themes above, Divi Restro is not designed specifically to create a coffee shop website. Instead, you can also use it to create other website types such as a restaurant website and the similar ones. You have a menu section on its homepage to display your coffee shop menu. There is also a page layout dedicated to displaying the menu. The child theme itself offers multiple layouts for each site parts. For instance, it offers 5 header layouts, 5 footer layouts, and 3 blog layouts.

The Divi Restro child theme itself is offered by Divi Extended. In addition to Divi child themes, Divi Extended also develops Divi plugins. Two popular Divi plugins developed by Divi Extended are Divi Plus and Divi Blog Extras.

  • Price: $49
  • Designer: Divi Extended
  • Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

The Bottom Line

Child theme is a great option if you want to create a WordPress-based website with Divi. As most Divi child themes offer page layouts, you don’t need to start everything from scratch. As a result, you can get your website done more quickly. The child themes we mentioned above are great to create a coffee shop website.

Divi itself is one of the most WordPress themes. It comes with a built-in page builder that you can use to create beautiful pages on your website. You don’t need to install an additional page builder plugin anymore. If you haven’t used Divi yet and plan to switch to it from your current theme, you can consider using a Divi Hosting for a better experience in creating a website with Divi. A Divi Hosting plan comes with Divi pre-installed.

6 Best Photography Divi Child Themes

Today, you have a lot of options to create a website more efficiently with WordPress. If you use Divi, you can start from a child theme. A Divi child theme usually includes settings aimed at a certain website type. The settings are stored in JSON files which you can import according to their respective contexts. For instance, a JSON file that store theme customizer settings can be imported from theme customizer (Appearance -> Customize). A Divi child theme commonly also offer ready-made page layouts. If you are looking to create a photography website using Divi and want to use a child theme, we have curated the best Divi child themes to save you time.

By the way, Divi comes with some useful modules that you can use to create a photography website. One of which is the Gallery module which you can use to create a gallery to showcase your shots. You also have the Filterable Portfolio module to create a filterable portfolio section on your website.

Best Photography Divi Child Themes

1. Divi Photography

The first child theme we recommend to creating a photography website using Divi is Divi Photography, just like the name suggests. You can use it whether to create a photography portfolio or to sell your shots thanks to its WooCommerce integration. The child theme offers customized WooCommerce pages. From the single product page, cart page, checkout page, shop page, and so on. In addition to selling your shots, Divi Photography also allows you to sell photography courses thanks to its LifterLMS integration. The integration offers customized LifterLMS pages.

Divi Photography offers two different homepage options: the light one and the dark one. You can select one according to your preference. The Divi Photography child theme itself is offered by Divi Space and available on Divi Marketplace.

  • Price: $31.20
  • Designer: Divi Space
  • Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars (4.9 / 5)

2. Divi Photo Portfolio

If you are a freelance photographer and are looking to create a portfolio website to reach more clients, then this one is a perfect option. Divi Photo Portfolio, as the name suggests, is a child theme designed specifically to create a photography portfolio with Divi. The child theme offers a minimalist, yet elegant design. You have several layout options to choose for each page on your website:

  • Home page: 4 layouts
  • Portfolio page: 3 layouts
  • Project page: 8 layouts
  • About page: 2 layouts
  • Contact page: 2 layouts
  • Blog page: 2 layouts

The designer of the child theme has implemented the Slider module of Divi perfectly. This module can be used to create a full-width slider as you see on the screenshot above. The designer of the Divi Photo Portfolio really understands how important Instagram is for photographers. On the footer of the child theme, you have a section to display your Instagram posts.

  • Price: $36
  • Designer: Destaca Imagen
  • Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars (4.9 / 5)

3. Divi Photographer

Divi Photographer is a child theme that has a feminine nuance, so it tends to ideal for female photographers. If you are a man and want to use it, there will be no sin, though. The child theme is perfect to create a photography portfolio website whereby you can showcase your shots. The homepage of the child theme contains the following sections:

  • Photography areas served
  • A brief bio
  • Blog posts
  • Email opt-in form
  • Instagram posts

In addition to the theme customizer settings, the child theme also offers Divi theme builder custom templates and content layouts for about page, blog page, contact page, FAQ page, and so on. Divi Photography also has great typography settings.

  • Price: $31.20
  • Designer: Pee-Aye Creative
  • Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)

4. Lora Photography

Lora Photography is a great child theme if you have specialty in wedding and family photography although you can also use it on other specialties. The child theme has a modern design, with white as its base color. It comes with a fixed white header which turn to transparent on page scroll. The Lora Photography child theme comes with some page layouts, including two homepage layout options, three portfolio layouts, and so on. There is also an Instagram section on its homepage to show your latest Instagram posts.

  • Price: $132
  • Designer: The Design Space Co
  • Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)

5. Carolina

Are you a wedding photographer? Carolina is a perfect child theme for you, then. The design of the child theme has a pink nuance, which is identical to love. The Carolina child theme offers two different homepage layouts you can choose from. In addition, it also offers layout for other pages such as the about page, contact page, testimonial page, and so on. To make it easy for you to import the demo pages, the child theme supports one-click demo importer.

  • Price: $31.20
  • Designer: Pennyblack Templates
  • Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)

6. Wedding Photography

As you can guess, Wedding Photography is another Divi child theme designed specifically for wedding photography websites. It is an ideal option if you want to create a photography website for a wedding photography company instead of individual photographer (freelance wedding photographer). The reason is that there is a team member section on the homepage of the child theme. Other sections you will find on the homepage of the child theme are the photography packages, slider on the hero section, gallery, counters, testimonials, blog posts, and call-to-action. The child theme also comes with a one-click demo importer to streamline your workflow.

  • Price: $31.20
  • Designer: Divi Awesome
  • Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)

The Bottom Line

Creating a website is a great step to grow your photography business as you will have more options to promote your business. Also, you can make an expansion by selling photography courses, your shots, and so on — other than photography service. It only possible if you have a website. Divi is a perfect theme to create your photography website with WordPress. It comes with a built-in visual page builder — Divi Builder — to help create beautiful pages on your website more easily in a visual way. To work more efficiently, you can also start your website from a child theme. All Divi child themes we mentioned above are designed to create a photography website. You can simply select one best suited to your needs.

10 Best Travel Agency Elementor Template Kits

As a travel agency owner, you definitely want to have more people make a holiday trip via the travel packages you offer. It will be a lot easier to achieve your goal if you have a website. These days, creating a website has been a lot easier thanks to page builders like Elementor and Divi Builder (read: Elementor vs Divi). You don’t even need to start everything from scratch. When creating a website using Elementor, you can use template kit to streamline your workflow. You don’t need to be hassle thinking of the design concept. You just need to import a template kit you like and then replace the default content.

When it comes to travel agency, you might want your website to have the ability to add a travel package, which is different from regular pages and blog posts. In such as a case, you can create a custom post type and dedicate it to travel packages (you can use plugins like Pods and ACF to do so). You can then use Elementor theme builder to create a custom template for the custom template you created. Some template kits below come with custom template for custom post type (travel package in this case).

Elementor itself comes with the following features that you might need when creating your travel agency website.

  • Form builder. You can use it to create a booking form
  • Pricing table. You can use to create a pricing table for your travel packages
  • Image gallery
  • Image slider
  • And more

Here is the list of the curated Elementor template kits that you can use to create your travel agency website.

Best Travel Agency Elementor Template Kits

1. Journez

Journez is an Elementor template kit from Crocoblock. To use it, you need to have an All-Inclusive plan of Crocoblock. In addition to the Journez, you will also have access to over 50 other template kits offered by Crocoblock. Journey is created using JetPlugins, a set of Elementor add-ons developed by Crocoblock. It consists of main page templates like the homepage, tours page, services page, and so on. You also have a custom template for individual tours (travel packages). If you want it, you can also add a booking functionality using JetBooking. The Journez template offers only a contact form to allow your visitors to make a booking.

2. TourDaily

Templately is one of the WordPress plugins we recommend if you are an agency. It is a cloud-based plugin that offers Elementor and Gutenberg templates. One of its template collections is TourDaily, which is designed to create a travel agency website. The template kit is especially a great option if you use Essential Addons on your Elementor-powered WordPress site as it is created using Essential Addons+Elementor Pro. There are 6 main page templates offered by TourDaily. Some features offered by TourDaily are testimonial slider, dynamic gallery, and info box.

  • Price: Free
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro, Essential Addons
  • Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)

3. Travelry

Travelry is another template kit from Templately. So, before you can use it, you need to have the Templately plugin activated on your WordPress site. If you are looking for a template kit that offers a booking page — complete with the booking form, of course — then Travelry is for you. The template kit offers a booking page template, in which contains a booking form. On the homepage of the template kit, there is a section to display WooCommerce products in case you want to sell travel gear other than trip packages. If you don’t need the section, you can simply remove it. The Travelry template kit itself offers only 3 page templates: the homepage, the about page, and the booking page. In addition, you will also have a custom template for header and footer.

  • Price: Free (Templately Pro plan required)
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro, Essential Addons
  • Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)

4. Summer

Elementor has a plan aimed at agencies — the Agency plan. If you subscribed to this plan and have a project to create travel agency website for your client, then Summer is a great template kit for you. The template kit is created using Elementor Pro only. No need to install an additional Elementor add-on in order to make all templates work properly when you import them. On the hero section of the homepage, you have a booking form to make it easier for your clients to make a booking. The form is created using the form builder of Elementor. Other sections on the homepage include destinations, animated stats (counters), popular destinations, tabbed gallery, latest articles, and so on.

The Summer template kit offers 20 templates in total. Also, you will have custom templates for header and footer. The template kit itself is available on ThemeForest. You can read our previous article to learn how to install a template kit from ThemeForest.

5. Sayahat

Want to create a website that has a minimalist nuance? If yes, then Sayahat is a template kit you can consider. The template kit uses a beige background on all its pages. You will have 16 templates to be imported, including a Shop page template to display WooCommerce products. You can import this page if you want to sell travel gears, other than trip packages. You also have a single product template to be imported.

Sahayat also offers a page that you can use to display your travel packages. Unfortunately, there is no booking form offered so that you need to create yourself if you need it.

6. Aracelia

Aracelia is another great template kit for Elementor Agancy plan subscribers with one main reason: it requires no additional Elementor add-ons. The template kit features a page template that you can use to create a pricing table for your travel packages. There are 10 page templates offered by Aracelia in total. Plus, you will have custom templates for header and footer to be imported as well.

  • Price: $28
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro
  • Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars (4.4 / 5)

7. Tatra

Tatra offers three homepage layouts you can choose from. One of which is the one you see on the screenshot above, which features a contact form. You can modify the form to be a booking form if you want it. Other page templates offered by Tatra include about page, contact page, blog page, FAQ page, and travel package page.

  • Price: $25
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro
  • Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars (4.4 / 5)

8. Touraza

If you are looking for a template kit that offers a listing page template, then Touraza is the item you can consider. In addition, the template kit also offers a custom template for the individual listing items. Unfortunately, there is no call-to-action element on the listing items. You can add one if needed. You can, for instance, add a button which open a booking form popup when clicked.

In total, the Tourraza template kit offers 11 page templates you can import. Also, it offers custom templates for the header and footer.

  • Price: $24
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro
  • Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)

9. Private Tours

Private Tours is a template kit offered by Elementor itself. You can find this template kit on Kit Library (Templates -> Kit Library). Private Tours is another suitable template kit if you want your website to have a listing page as it offers a tour listing page. Also, the template kit offers a custom template for individual tours. There are 15 templates offered by Private Tours in total. In addition to custom templates, it also offers custom templates for the header and footer, popup template for the menu, and a popup template for the discount offer. The homepage of the Private Tours features a booking form in case it is something you need.

  • Price: Free (Elementor Pro plan required)
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro
  • Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

10. Hiking Tours Company

Hiking Tours Company is a perfect template kit if your travel agency (or your client) specifically serves hiking trip. The template kit has a great design, with a sticky header for easier navigation. The template kit comes with a listing page that displays the hiking trip plans. There are 6 page templates offered by the Hiking Tours Company template kit in total. In addition, you will also get a custom template for the header, footer, email opt-in popup, and 404 page.

  • Price: Free (Elementor Expert plan required)
  • Dependencies: Elementor Pro
  • Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)

The Bottom Line

Elementor has the capability to create any type of website, including a travel agency website. Elementor also allows you to work more efficiently using a template kit. With a template, everything has been predefined. From typography, color, page layout, and so on. You just need to tailor the content and make little changes when needed. The template kits we mentioned above are great options if you are looking to create a travel agency website. Whether for you own business or your client’s.

5 Best Portfolio Divi Child Themes

Do you want to create a portfolio website with Divi? If yes, you have three options to get started. First, you can start everything from scratch, from creating the design system to executing it. Second, you can use a layout pack (which you can find on the layout library). Third, you can use a Divi child theme. If you prefer the last option, we have curated the best Divi child themes that you can use to create your portfolio website.

The concept of child theme is great if you are the type of WordPress user who always update your theme to the latest version. If you use a child theme, you don’t need to worry that the newest version of your parent theme is about to ruining your website if you update it as the update will not be applied to the child theme. Being one of the most popular WordPress themes, it’s easy to find a Divi child theme for a specific project. A Divi child theme usually consists of JSON files that store the settings of theme customizer, theme option, and theme builder. In most cases, a Divi child theme also has a homepage layout which you can import and edit using Divi Builder to streamline your workflow.

Whether you are looking to create a portfolio website for yourself or your client, here are some of the Divi child themes you can use.

Best Portfolio Divi Child Themes

1. Portfolio Divi Child Theme

Portfolio Divi Child Theme is a Divi child theme designed by Divizoom. It is a great child theme for freelancers, regardless of the areas they serve. Whether design, photography, web development, and so on. The child theme offers 9 homepage layouts you can choose from. You can import the one with a dark nuance or bright nuance. There is a filterable portfolio section on the homepage that you can use to showcase the projects you have get done. There are also vertical progress bars that you can use to showcase the areas you serve, as well as your specialty levels.

The Portfolio Divi Child Theme itself is specifically a great option if you want to create a one-page portfolio website. It comes with a one-page navigation feature for easy navigation on your website as well.

  • Price: $15.20
  • Designer: Divizoom
  • Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

2. Divi Photo Portfolio

Looking to create a photography portfolio website with Divi? Divi Photo Portfolio is a great option, then. As the name suggests, Divi Photo Portfolio is a child theme designed specifically to create photography portfolio. It has a minimalist design, with a full-width slide slider on its homepage. If you don’t like this homepage, there are three other homepage designs you can choose from. To showcase your portfolio, the child theme offers three design options you can choose from: grid, horizontal, and two columns. In addition, the child theme also offers 8 project layouts. The full-width menu offered by the child theme might is also another aspect you want to consider.

  • Price: $36
  • Designer: Destaca Imagen
  • Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)

3. Divilancer

Divilancer is another great Divi child theme for freelancers. You can use it regardless of the area you serve (or client whose site you create for). The concept of Divilancer is pretty similar to Portfolio Divi Child Theme in which it is designed to create a one-page website. What’s unique about Divilancer is its navigation menu, which appear vertically on the right side when you click the hamburger icon. Clicking an item on the vertical navigation menu will lead you to a section.

The Divilancer child theme comes with a section to showcase your portfolio, a section to show your services, a section to show your experiences, an intro section about yourself, and a section to display your blog posts. Divilancer itself is created by Divi Extended, the authors of Divi plugins like Divi Plus, Divi Ajax Searc, and Divi Modal Popup.

  • Price: $15.20
  • Designer: Divi Extended
  • Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)

4. Freelancer

If you are a freelance designer, then this one is for you. Freelancer is a Divi child theme that has a colorful nuance, which is great for a designer portfolio website. You have a section on the homepage to showcase your projects. This section is filterable. You can showcase your projects in tabs. On the bottom side, you have a call-to-action section to make it easy for your aspiring clients to reach you out by setting the link to your contact page.

Divilancer has no header. To substitute it, you have a fixed navigation menu on the left side. Another feature offered Divilancer is an animated, colorful preloader.

  • Price: $29
  • Designer: Surhive Design
  • Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (4.6 / 5)

5. Divi Resume

Divi Resume is another child theme designed to create a portfolio website. It is especially a suited option if you serve areas like photography, sketch, and painting although you can also use it if you serve other areas. Same as other child themes above, there is also a section on the homepage dedicated to showcasing your projects as well as other sections such as introduction, blog posts, animated stats, testimonial, and so on. The Divi Resume child comes with 10 page layouts you can import. The child theme itself is offered by Divi Space, one of the notable names in the Divi community.

  • Price: $29
  • Designer: Divi Space
  • Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (4.6 / 5)

The Bottom Line

Using a child theme is a great option if you want to create a portfolio website using Divi as it can streamline your workflow. Divi itself is a feature-rich theme that offers a bunch of customization options. Not to mention its theme builder feature that allows you to customize every single part of your website. A Divi child theme commonly comes with JSON files to store the customization settings, which you can import to your website.

Divi itself is a WordPress theme developed by Elegant Themes, a reputed company in the WordPress world. As Divi is constantly updated, using a child theme is another great reason to take. You can keep your Divi theme updated without worrying about your current site’s appearance. In some cases, your site will be ruined when you update your theme to the latest version. That’s it’s always recommended to back up your site first before you update your theme. With a child theme, you can skip this step (backing up your site).

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