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Divi Extras


  • Self-Hosted WordPress Installation
  • Divi Theme or Extra Theme by Elegant Themes
  • PHP version 7.2 or greater
  • memory_limit 128M
  • post_max_size 64M
  • max_execution_time 180
  • upload_max_filesize 64M
  • max_input_time 180
  • max_input_vars 5000
  • MySQL version 5.6 or greater OR MariaDB version 10.0 or greater.
  • HTTPS support
  • Nginx or Apache with mod_rewrite module


Follow the instructions below to install and configure your new product


For the Divi Extras Plugin to work, you must have Divi from Elegant Themes. If you do not have it you can purchase it here. Once you have it, please install it on your self-hosted WordPress website before attempting to install this child theme.


Bridging the gap between Elegant Themes’ two legendary WordPress frameworks, Divi and Extra, our plugin, Divi Extras, lets you bring all of the amazing Extra modules into the Divi Builder. Lightweight, robust and seriously powerful, our latest plugin, Divi Extras will help you create a beautiful and truly unique page and post layouts with the Divi Builder.

Visit the Divi Extras Plugin Page Here

Major features

  • Easy to install
  • Works with both Divi and Extra
  • Naturally incorporated in the Divi Builder Modules list
  • No setup required
  • Lightweight


WordPress Dashboard

  1. Navigate to the ‘Add New’ in the plugins dashboard
  2. Navigate to the ‘Upload’ area
  3. Select ds-divi-extras from your computer
  4. Click ‘Install Now’
  5. Activate the plugin

or FTP

  1. Download ds-divi-extras
  2. Extract the ds-divi-extras directory to your computer
  3. Upload the ds-divi-extras directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  4. Activate the plugin in the Plugin dashboard
  5. Enter your license key

Brief description of the modules

Now that you have downloaded and activated your new plugin, you're all set!! Create a new Page or Post and activate the Divi Builder as you normally would. Add a new section, add a row layout and click on the "Insert Module(s)" link:

You will find that, among the Divi Builder modules you know and love, there have been incorporated 7 new modules:

with these new Divi Extras modules, you can showcase your content like never before!

Divi Extras Blog Feed Masonry

Give your blog stream a stylish new look and feel by using the Blog Feed Masonry module. Despite the character length of your post title or excerpt, the post previews will automatically adapt to the available space, ensuring that your blog page looks flawless.

Divi Extras Blog Feed Standard

If you’re looking for a more uniform look for your blog roll, use the Blog Feed Standard module to create a stylish aesthetic.

Perfect for adding high volumes of posts without using up too much space within a single page, use the Blog Feed Carousel to add a stunning, interactive carousel display for blog posts.

Divi Extras Tabbed Posts

Another fabulous space-saving solution for websites with high volumes of content, the Divi Extras Tabbed Posts module divides content into various categories and displays posts in an orderly fashion with one primary post on the left-hand side.

Divi Extras Posts

Great for adding a number of blog posts in an unobtrusive way, the Divi Extras Posts module fits perfectly into just about any layout. Here is an example of three post modules each displaying a different category.

Divi Extras Featured Post Slider

Finally, to help you highlight posts of extreme importance, use the Divi Extras Featured Post Slider to create an effortlessly beautiful and interactive display of your most notable content.

Divi Extras Ads Module

For those looking to include advertisements within their page layouts, the Divi Extras Ads Module allows you to As you might have guessed, the Ads Module allows you to create ads quickly and easily. Simply upload advertisement images to the module, add a hyperlink and add custom HTML if need be.

New feature

We added a category color setting from the Extra Theme:

In the Posts >> Categories Page, you will now find that there is a new setting that only existed in the Extra Theme, the ability to assign a color to each specific category:


See the Changelog text for this plugin by following this link: