Divi Machine 4.1 Feature Update: Google Maps Clustering and View Post Modal!

There is a lot of great stuff coming from the Divi Engine development team this month, but that does not mean we do not have love for our existing plugins. Today we are proud to introduce the all-new Google Maps Clustering and View Post Modal features for Divi Machine. 

We worked hard to get these amazing features to you and can not wait to see what you create using them. Let’s take a quick look at what these features do.

Google Maps Clustering

Google Map Clustering

This is a very popular feature in Google Maps that is used to avoid a heavily concentrated cluster of pins making it impossible to click on your intended target. Instead, Google Maps will group these pins together in a cluster, making it easier to click on your intended target.

View Post Modal

View Post Modal

Now you can set your modals as “content updates” instead of having a popover modal. Think of a team members section on the page with a dynamic content section that updates with the clicked team members bio.

NOTE: Available in Divi Machine 4.1+

Google Maps Clustering in action…

Divi Machine Google Maps Clustering


This is so easy, you don’t have to do anything, your pins will automatically cluster.

View Post Modal in action…

Divi Machine View Post Modal


This new feature builds on what is already available in the .View Post Btn module.

Take a look below to see the new settings.

Divi Machine View Post Modal

Activate the Post Modal/Update Content Block

Select the Post Type

Set it so that the Content Block will update instead of display a modal

Select where you want the Content Block to be displayed

Select the layout from the Divi Library that will be used to display the post content


These awesome new features are available to you TODAY as part of the Divi Machine 4.1 update. We are excited to see what all of you will create with the new Google Maps Clustering and View Post Modal features.

If you’d like to know more about how to use these features definitely check out our documentation site for Divi Machine. For any unresolved issues or questions, definitely feel free to contact the support team and we’ll be sure to try and help you out as soon as possible.

Until the next awesome feature!

1 Comment

  1. would be great if we would be able to set a img from an ACF Field in this button or instead of the button, is there some way to do it already?

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