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We build and maintain Divi Plugins for Wordpress and WooCommerce websites, designed to make your life easier and give you more control, all using the power of the page builder.
Divi WordPress Plugins

Who is behind Divi Engine?

We are developers that love Divi and have used it for years. After building many WordPress websites for our clients and pushing the limits of what Divi can do, we found ourselves creating plugins to solve problems and enhance specific features. After continually refining and improving our efforts over time, we eventually built a set of fully fledged plugins that do everything we ever wanted Divi to do, and more. Rather than keeping these developments to ourselves, we decided to share them with the rest of the Divi community.

Our goal is to help make your Divi sites even better, save you time and make your life easier as a developer.

We genuinely care about quality

We genuinely care about quality

As developers, we only build plugins that we want to use ourselves. And because we take pride and precision in what we do, you’ll never see a buggy, poorly maintained or sloppily coded plugin from Divi Engine.

We want a happy family

We want a happy family

The way we see it, our customers are part of the Divi Engine family – and we believe that family should always receive the best treatment. We respond quickly, and we diligently work through any difficulties you might have.

We love the Divi community

We love the Divi community

Whether it’s publishing guides for speeding up your website, explaining a google analytics technique, or giving away free resources like our icon font pack – we like to give back wherever we can.

ACF Filters

Divi Ajax Filter

ACF Filters

Advanced Custom Fields is a plugin that has been around for a long time and is a trusted source for creating and displaying custom fields.

What is a custom field?
It allows you to create and show additional information for your custom post. For example, you want to create a team member’s custom post – the custom fields would be “name”, “title”, “Twitter URL” and so on.

You can filter ACF fields using our ajax filter plugin. Add custom fields to your posts and custom posts, add them to the filter and give the users the ability to filter the posts.

Categories & Tags

Divi Ajax Filter

Categories & Tags

Filter Product and Post Categories and Tags all without reloading the page. You can show them as select, checkbox or radio options all with different ways to style them.

Filter Custom Taxonomies

Divi Ajax Filter

Filter Custom Taxonomies

Our filter works with custom taxonomies so you can really take things to the next level.

What is a custom taxonomy? It is similar to categories or tags, in fact, they are the same thing. It is a way to classify content in WordPress. For example, using our plugin Divi Machine, you can create a custom taxonomy called “brands” and then filter by the different product brands.

WooCommerce Compatible

Divi Ajax Filter

WooCommerce Compatible

We love WooCommerce and we focus on making our ajax filters work well. with it. Filter WooCommerce product attributes, price, category or tags using our plugin. All done in the Divi Builder for familiarity and ease of development.

Ajax Loaded Filters

Divi Ajax Filter

Product Attributes

Are you using WooCommerce and need to filter product attributes? Divi Ajax Filter is what you need!

It will filter your attributes such as color, size and material – but not limited to this only. You can create swatches too so have the color swatch for the customer to choose rather than the word of the color.

It will also filter product price

Ajax Loaded Filters

Divi Ajax Filter

Ajax Loaded

What is Ajax Loaded?

By default when you are filtering your products or posts, it will reload the page. Ajax allows us to get the data without reloading the page. With ajax filters, you can filter your posts or products without reloading the page. This is helpful because it is quicker (less stuff to load) and better user experience.

What we ajax load

  • We Ajax load the posts/products using our Filter module
  • We Ajax load the posts/products when using WooCommerce sorting
  • We Ajax load the posts/products when using WooCommerce pagination