Introducing Divi Scheduled Element
A complete solution to hide or show Elements on your Divi with advanced settings and much more.
Advanced Conditional Statment
to make element disappear and reappear
Wouldn’t it be nice if you can schedule your element just like you would schedule new posts and pages in WordPress but with more options?
Save your precious time and automate all the element you want to show or hide during your preferable date/time. This will save you hours and hours of time.
Multiple Scheduling Options
Besides selecting date/time. You can choose who to show/hide from. From logged in status to user’s roles. You can also show/hide during your business hour.
Use it Anywhere
Use it anywhere on post or page. With Divi Builder enabled, you can show/hide element anywhere. This is compatible with Visual Builder and Theme Builder.
Divi Scheduled Element
Scheduled Element is extended to all Sections, Rows, Columns, Divi Modules as well as Divi Supreme’s Module.
You can choose who to show or hide based on the user’s logged-in status. Apply condition to show it for All Users, Logged In Users or Visitors.
Select days of the week. Monday to Friday or even weekend with your preferred opening & closing time.
Show or Hide
Allow you to display element or hide element at given dates and times. You can also give a start and end date and time to show or hide within the range.
Select any user roles which is available to you from your WordPress site. You can choose to show or hide for author or all user roles.
Making sure everyone is on the same timezone. Scheduled Element uses your WordPress timezone setting so that you can have better compatibility.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I show to my WooCommerce Users?
Yes! You can select the WooCommerce users. You can select from the checkbox and it fetch and list down all the available user roles from your WordPress.
Divi Scheduled Element extension is included in Divi Supreme Pro?
Will it slow down my Divi website?
No. We developed this with speed in mind. No additional JS or CSS files will be loaded when using Divi Scheduled Element.
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