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TYPE WordPress

Theme options

The theme options panel is where you can control all of your main site functions. It’s broken down into 7 sections:

  • General Settings – This tab contains important items like your logo, favicon, sidebar settings, social profile settings and URLs, specific page and post setting and finally a section for custom CSS.
  • Navigation – Contains settings for Page, categories, and general settings. You’ll be able to control things like sorting order and number of navigation dropdown tiers.
  • Layout Settings – Will allow you to adjust the meta setting for single posts, comments on pages, as well as general post info and the archive page layout.
  • Ad Management – This page is where you can enable or disable specific ad blocks within your site – there are a total of 5 locations available.
  • SEO – Depending upon whether or not you’re using a third-party SEO plugin, this is where you’ll be able to fine-tune your SEO settings.
  • Integration – If you have any specific scripts or code that you want to use, like analytics, or VWO, this is where you can place them.
  • Support Docs – Finally, support docs links to the outstanding documentation on the Elegant Themes site.

Theme customizer

The WordPress theme customizer is where you’ll make the vast majority of your theme customizations–and there is a bucket load available. You’re probably already familiar with how the live customizer works, suffice to say, you can pretty much customize every single element within the Extra Theme. This is one of the areas where Elegant Themes has made it really easy to create a unique look for your theme.


Module customizer

The Module customizer is a convenient way to make global changes to specific modules within your theme. For example, changing the header size or input font size for all of the contact forms on your site can be done with one simple adjustment.

The array of options in the module customizer is just as impressive as the theme customizer. Almost everything you need or want to adjust can be.

Contact Form Customizer

Role editor

If you’ve ever had a client or employee make unintentional changes to a website before, you’ll really appreciate the Role Editor. It’s an easy way to make sure that each user role is assigned the appropriate privileges.

There is rarely a need for an author or contributor to edit, delete or move items in the builder interface, right? By using taking just a few minutes to set up the role editor, you’ll never have to worry about having to fix a layout or re-create content that was accidentally altered or deleted.

Divi Builder Role Editor

Divi library

If you’re creating multiple websites or even multiple pages within the same website, the Divi Library can really speed up your workflow. With just a few clicks you can save, load, import, or export layouts, modules, rows, or sections.

So, let’s imagine you build a lot of landing pages. The Divi Library allows you to create and save a template or section of a landing page template that you can use over and over again on any number of sites – the potential time savings is huge.

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Category builder

This is where Extra separates itself from the competition, and really from the Divi theme or Divi Builder in general. If you have an existing website, you’ve probably already created a few categories. Most of the time, when people create different categories on their website, they end up using the exact same template for each one. Creating a different template for each specific category is time-consuming. That is until Extra came along. Custom category based templates are now easy to create.

Category Builder 2

Located at the bottom of the Extra menu is the Category Builder and clicking on it will bring up the category layouts page.

If you’ve ever created a page or post in WordPress, things should look pretty familiar here. The process of creating your page layout is as easy as adding the desired sections, rows and modules. There are two important things to note about the category templates:

  1. There are several custom modules that only apply to the Extra theme (more on these modules below).
  2. Each template that you build can be assigned to a specific category(s). You can also design a default template which will be applied to any categories that do not have an assigned template.

Custom Extra Divi Builder modules

Category Modules

Included with the Extra theme are 10 custom Divi Builder modules. These modules allow you to create unique index page layouts for the different categories on your site. In order to really understand how much flexibility these modules provide, you need to just dive in and experiment. They can be easily customized and if you feel like delving into custom CSS, no problem, you can do that too.

Now that I’ve mentioned custom CSS, it’s worth noting some of the areas where Elegant themes have put in the effort to make the design process easier. Instead of just throwing in a single custom CSS box and calling it quits, they’ve taken the time to include individual input areas for many of the CSS elements. So, when you open up the custom CSS tab you’ll see options like “before”, “main element”, “post title”, “post meta”, “nav”, and more.

Let’s take a look at the modules that are unique to Extra:

  • Ads – The ads module allows you to insert custom ad blocks. If you use advertising on your site, you’ll quickly see the value of the category builder and Ad module. You’ll be able to create ad blocks that are highly targeted and specific to a particular category.
  • Blog Feed Masonry – Creates an attractive masonry layout for your posts with plenty of settings and advanced design setting that allow you to customize almost every element.
  • Blog Feed Standard – The standard blog feed module will display a typical inline blog feed. Again, the final layout is highly customizable.
  • Code – Paste in your custom code – HTML, shortcodes, or JS – and you’re ready to roll.
  • Featured Posts Slider – The featured slider module will let you create category based sliders based on posts.
  • Image – Just like the standard Divi Builder module, you can place images in your posts and tweak the styling including alignment, animation, margins, borders and more.
  • Posts – This post module provides the ability to display groups of posts that can also be organized by category and display up to 5 posts along with a single feature post.
  • Post Carousel – Carousels are a popular way of displaying your posts in an image based format. Extra provides two display options.
  • Tabbed Posts – Another option for displaying your post in a unique way, the tabbed post module provides two slightly different formats depending upon the allocated width.
  • Text – The text module can be used in any size column and provides the ability to display and customize your text using a wide variety of CSS properties.

Extra is a WordPress theme with a stylish magazine design for blogs, online magazines, and e-commerce shops.
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Template Information

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Compatible Browsers:
Safari, Chrome, Opera, Edge
Software Version:
WordPress 5.6.x, WordPress 5.5.x, WordPress 5.4.x, WordPress 5.3.x, WordPress 5.2.x, WordPress 5.1.x, WordPress 5.0.x, WordPress 4.9.x, WordPress 4.8.x, WordPress 4.7.x, WordPress 4.6.1, WordPress 4.6, WordPress 4.5.x
Compatible With:
WooCommerce 4.6.x, WooCommerce 4.5.x, WooCommerce 4.4.x, WooCommerce 4.3.x, WooCommerce 4.2.x, WooCommerce 4.1.x, WooCommerce 4.0.x, WooCommerce 3.9.x, WooCommerce 3.8.x, WooCommerce 3.7.x, WooCommerce 3.6.x
Files Included:
Layered PSD, PHP Files, CSS Files, JS Files