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A Divi & WordPress Podcast
English
United States
138 episodes
since Oct, 2016

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If you use Divi’s layouts you know it can be challenging deciding on which would best suit your web design project, they’re all pretty awesome! This week we’re sharing some tips to help you narrow down your search, and things to think of even before going to select a design.   Hosts Present: David Blackmon – Aspen Grove Studios / FB / @aspengrovellc Cory Jenkins – Aspen Grove Studios / FB / @aspengrovellc Tim Strifler – Divi Life / FB / @timstrifler Sarah Oates – Endure Web Studios / FB / @endureweb Leslie Bernal – A Girl and Her Mac / FB / @agirlandhermac Resources: ET layout packs library Divi changelog Coolors – color scheme generator Paletton – color scheme generator The Ultimate Collection of Google Font Pairings Typewolf – typography trends   The post EP96 – Tips on Choosing a Divi Layout for Your Web Projects appeared first on Divi Chat.
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