Well I am excited to share with you my very first Divi layout kit. Inspired by the Divi 100 posts, I thought I would show what can be done in just one day using their wireframe kits.
I have decided to design my first free layout pack for churches. This kit includes 4 page layouts. Home page, About page, Ministries page and a Contact page. Sure there are many more pages that could have been included but this will be a great starting point for any church or ministry website. It can also be re-purposed for just about any type of website.
Installing and Using the Free Divi Layout Kit
1 To use the Free Divi Church Layout Kit on your own Divi website you will first need to download it using the button below.
2 Next, locate the file “Church Layout Kit #1 – by Geno Quiroz.zip” in your downloads folder and unzip it.
3 Then, navigate in your WordPress admin to Divi > Divi Library and click the “Import & Export” button at the top of the page.
4 When the portability modal pops up go to the import tab. Click the “choose file” button and select the “Church Layout Kit #1 ALL PAGES.json” file or any one of the individual page layouts. Then click the blue “Import Divi Builder Layout” button and wait for the import to complete. NOTE: The “ALL” file is very large (54MB) so if your server times out when importing, then you can import each page layout individually.
5 Once the import has finished you will now have the ability to load your new Divi Church Page Layouts on any builder powered page by going to Load From Library > Add From Library.
All photos courtesy of the authors on Pexels.com & Unsplash.com via thier respective licenses. Layout Packs are released under the GPL, which means you can use them for free for both personal and commercial projects!
Well that’s all for now. I hope you find this article useful.
Latest posts by Geno Quiroz (see all)
- Inject a Divi Layout From Your Divi Library Beneath the Default Header - November 12, 2018
- Partnering with Elegant Themes for Black Friday 2018 - November 8, 2018
- How to Identify Red Flags and Fire Clients That Are Not a Good Fit - October 31, 2018