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Hey Divi Nation, welcome to a brand new Divi Use Case live stream where each week we show you how to add new design and functionality to your Divi website.

Divi’s new Dynamic Content feature gives us the ability to build dynamic layouts for blog posts (and a lot more). In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to build a dynamic post layout in Divi. By starting with a premade layout, I’ll walk you through the process of adding dynamic content throughout the layout and then designing that content to match. I’ll even introduce a simple way to use custom fields as dynamic content as well.

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What takes priority the custom raw HTML or the divi styles in custom fields especially when you utilise a global module (saved/imported layout)? Hope my question makes sense it's 6am in Australia and been up all night messing with divi.

A cool update would be if you can select multiple styles like spacing and borders, background etc by holding ctrl and clicking on style header titles and doing a mass copy and paste into another style.

Haven't played with the dynamic content yet but I assume that each custom field displayed can be individually styled?

Can I use dynamic content to pull in a blog module using posts from a specific TAG? I specifically want to select based on tags, not categories.

I have a blog which has three very distinct sections, so I intend to use this for creating distinctly different looks for three categories

But you could save most of the layout as global to divi library, excl the post content.

That's useful, the tips about custom fields. I didn't know I could use that without a plugin

I think this will be tough for beginners, but it is easy if you have used Divi for a while

Woah, this solves a problem I would have had to do in php. Now easy.



Save as global modules to Divi library, then maybe it will cache?








Was just messing around with divi a few hours ago. Should be good. 😊

You actually CAN do a mass copy and paste of all style elements from one module to another

Don't worry, it's because you're live.

You can do tags, yayyy.


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Hey Divi Nation! Thanks for joining us for the next installment of our weekly Divi Design Initiative; where each week, we give away two brand new, free Divi Layout Packs from our design team to you.

For the first layout this week, we have for you a powerful Personal Trainer Layout Pack. The Personal Trainer Layout Pack has an energetic design combined with an impressive and practical content structure. The use of large glowing fonts and the striking background colors really grab your attention. All of the pages are specially crafted for personal trainers seeking to promote their services and memberships online. And with dedicated pages for class listings, the pack really has everything needed to get a beautiful site online in no time.

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