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Organizing a Divi Web Page

Organizing a Divi Web PageOrganizing a Divi Web Page

Organizing a Divi Web Page. “Organizing a Divi Web Page,” was kind of a tough term to come up with. What I mean by Organizing a Divi Web Page, is, “How do I use the little Divi Builder? What are all of these little boxes in here? How can I put in text? How can I put in images? What do I click to put in a form? What are all of these little things that look like rows and column options? Of all of these options in here, which one will I just regularly and which ones should I just forget about?”

So when I say, “Organizing a Divi Web Page,” I mean to answer all of the questions you see above.

After you click the little, “Divi Builder” button all you see is three little boxes in boxes in boxes. Actually, you see a gray rectangle in a green rectangle in a purple rectangle. What does what? What are these for?

For people that are new to web design with no knowledge of the web box model, or for people that have been writing code for years that are not use to the drag and click method of web design, this can be very confusing. This is why I made this video, “Organizing a Divi Web Page,” so that when the video is over, all of your confusion will go away and you will be able to build a web page with words, pictures and other stuff, and it will actually look good enough for you to show to some body, and most likely they will say, “Wow, you did that? You must be really smart!” If they are from the opposite sex, they might ask you out on a date, or maybe they are from the same sex and they ask you out on a date. Whatever.

So let’s get started helping you click the write buttons to put in words, pictures, links and all kinds of the things that will help you with your goal of presenting your ideas, your services, your products to people all over world.

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