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E013 – Divi Builder On Fire

This weeks episode is all about Divi Builder. From Custom Post Types to a late sunday sneak peak you’ll want to hang around until the end to hear about. This weeks episode is another fast and furious update on all things Divi.

E012 – Global Default Festures

In this weeks episode we discuss new features from Divi. We are going to see new global features in the visual builder!! These new features will allow you to style each module one time. After you complete the global styling, every time you add the module it will already be styled the way you set up in the global settings!!

E011 – New Color Picker!!!

In this weeks episode we discuss a brand new color picker that will live inside of the visual builder. We discussed how this will reduce development time as well as help craft a stronger color palette.

E010 – Find & Replace

In this week’s episode we discuss a brand new feature coming to Divi called “Find & Replace”. Imagine Microsoft Word Replace inside of a website visual builder!!! It’s a reality we will soon know!!

E009 – Divi Quick Access

In today’s episode we discuss the latest feature release for Divi! Quick Access is positioned to speed up design time and reduce the overall project time to get a website from start to finish!

E008 – Divi Rollback Feature

Today we talk about Divi rollback! If youhave ever updated wordpress and wished you could step back, divi is helping make that happen, at least for the your theme!

E007 – Divi Library

In this episode of the Divi Addicts Podcast, we discuss the game changing Divi Library feature. From savings global modules to entire layouts

E006 – Filters and Flow

E006 covers a brand new filter option from Divi! This feature helps with workflow and really speeds up the process of building a website.

E005 – GDPR & Theme Builder

In E005 of Divi Addicts, we discuss GDPR compliance and the latest sneak peek feature coming to Divi in the very near future!!!

E004 – Divi Tutorial Sites

In E004, we discuss Divi tutorial sites. The community surrounding Divi is incredible and loaded with value! We call out three tutorial sites that have helped shaped the divi community.

How To Choose The Right Website Host

Choosing the right web host intimidated the crap out of me when I first started building websites in the late 90’s. I used services like geocities, angelfire and any other platform that offered free (hopefully ad-free) hosting, but that was really hard to find.

Choosing the right web host intimidated the crap out of me

Fast forward to today and the entire internet has changed dramatically and so have my needs. I used to design websites for fun, but today I am lucky enough to work with amazing clients. I get to help shape their digital presence and create an experience that showcases their brand in a unique way.

Choosing the perfect web host was a try it and see for the first few years I hosted my own blog. This was an intentional move because it allowed me to test a few different hosts with my own money before I used them for any client projects. If you read hostingadvice.com you you’ll see that all web hosts are not created equal. Some clients have their own hosting plan and some don’t even have a live website. It’s been critical for me to learn the pros and cons of the hosting options available so I can create a foundation that will serve each website well for the long term.

All web hosts are not created equal

When looking for a host I could grow with, I decided on HostGator. The main reason is that HostGator has incredible customer support. Price means little to me when it comes to hosting mainly because of reputation. If I build a site and decided to use the cheapest godaddy hosting plan for a site that will get a few thousand visitors a week, the experience will suffer. I am more concerned with stability, customer support and flexibility. HostGator checks each of those boxes. It is also considered the best host to grow with by HostingAdvice.com.

Your criteria for the perfect host may vary depending on your price range and the specifics of your project, but two things can never be overlooked. The first is customer service and the second is reliability. The list below will give you a starting point and a reference for hosting services and their strong points.

Best Value — eHost.com

Best Host To Grow With — HostGator.com

Best 24/7 Support — SiteGround.com

Best Usability — BlueHost.com

Best for WordPress — InMotionHosting.com

Best For Microsites — iPage.com

Best VPS — InMotionHosting.com

Best Premium Host — MediaTemple.net

Best Of The Rest –

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