As mentioned, Divi has been produced by the Elegant Themes team and is their flagship product. Divi was first launched in 2013 but has been constantly updated, refined, and improved to remain a competitive option in the multipurpose WordPress themes category.
There is actually a Divi plugin available too, which is officially called Divi Builder and is also available from the Elegant Themes team. This plugin enables you to add the page builder of the Divi theme to any WordPress website, regardless of which theme you’re using. For this Divi review, though, we’re evaluating the WordPress theme rather than the plugin.
However, if you like what you see in this review, but are already using a theme that you’re happy with, you can gain access to most of the impressive features of Divi we’re about to explore, such as the content templates, page builder, and split testing tool, simply by installing the Divi Builder plugin.
We’ll cover the pricing options of Divi at the end of this review. However, it’s worth mentioning that the Divi theme and the Divi plugin — not to mention some other useful products — come as a package, so you don’t have to choose between one or the other. Instead, for a relatively low price, you get access to all of the Elegant Themes products for use on an unlimited number of websites.
Hopefully, that clears up some of the common questions about the different versions of Divi, so now let’s find out how good (or bad) this theme really is!