[Resolved] Getting rid of DIVI

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  • #1027440
    ch1800

    Hi guys,

    I really want to get forever rid of this terrible DIVI theme I once inherited for this very simple one page site of mine.

    May I ask you what would you recommend using as site from the library and plugins (especially for the bio clickable dropdowns) in order to get the closest result?

    Many thanks!

    #1027707
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    I think you could get away with using Gutenberg for most of that page. You may need a slider plugin for the slider at the top.

    For the dropdowns, this Gutenberg block plugin has an accordion block that should help: https://wordpress.org/plugins/coblocks/

    #1027941
    ch1800

    Thanks Tom, but I forgot to mention that I’m allergic to Gutenberg and ANY page builder…
    I never use such things and running Classic Editor everywhere.

    No problem for the slider, my question was mainly about which site to choose from library and any plugin that could do something like the dropdown.

    #1028300
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    we don’t currently have any one page sites – and when we do add them it will most probably be Gutenberg builds. It may be easier to start from scratch.

    If not the Catalyst site uses GP Sections and Lightweight Grid Columns to create layouts you could adapt.

    Can’t really advise on a good accordion plugin, most use jQuery and add a lot of unnecessary options. I would check out codepen and look for some vanilla JS options ( if you’re not using jQuery that is ).

    #1028340
    ch1800

    Thanks David, I was also thinking about Catalyst.

    It doesn’t really need to be a real “one page” layout as I can achieve something similar with sections, that’s right.
    The existing site is really very simple and it mainly serves contact & CV purposes.
    I had it running that way since many years but the Divi thing starts running on my nerves, hence my question.

    Thanks again and yes, I’ll check out your suggestions for the accordion.

    Cheers!

    #1028349
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support
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