Divi Responsive Helper Plugin New Feature Updated 1.1

Divi Responsive Helper Plugin Feature Update 1.1

I'm excited to announce a huge update to our popular Divi Responsive Helper plugin, which includes new settings and two new features!

#1. New Settings Page In Theme Options

Perfectly Integrated & Intuitive

The version 1.1 update comes with a brand new settings page where you can turn on or off individual settings of each of the features. We wanted this experience to feel natural and intuitive, so we built these settings in a new tab in your Divi Theme Options area. How cool is that!

Divi Responsive Helper Theme Options Settings

Organized Tabs For Each Feature

As you can see in the screenshot, we have nicely organized tabs for each of the features in the Divi Responsive Helper. Currenlty we have three, and will add more as we think of them or as you suggest them to us!

#2. New Features

Auto Open Responsive Tabs

This is not a new feature, but the settings are new! You can now turn this feature off or on in the Divi Theme Options.

Learn more about this feature in our Preview Size Documentation.

Divi Responsive Helper Auto Open Responsive Breakpoint Toggles GIF

Preview Size

This is not a new feature, but the settings are new! You can now turn off or on individual settings from showing in the Sections, Rows, and Modules, like preview size Presets and Custom Value. Learn more about this feature in our Preview Size Documentation.
Divi Responsive Helper Custom Preview Size

Widow Fixer

Ever get annoyed by those pesky single words at the end of a sentence or paragraph that sit on their own line? This happens a lot on Divi sites, especially on mobile, and many users don’t even realize it.

Many Divi users find themselves trying all kinds of tricks to eliminate these widows, including soft-returns, resizing text, or CSS methods that simply don’t work. All of these are ineffective, time-consuming, and make your website design inconsistent and sloppy. One of the new features in the Divi Responsive Helper is a new toggle which eliminates widows throughout your website with one click!

NOTE: If you purchased the separate Divi Widow Fixer in the past, please contact us for a discount on the Divi Responsive Helper.
Learn more about this feature in our Widow Fixer Documentation.

Column Stacking

Another major complaint I hear about Divi is column stacking. You no longer have to add crazy code or pull your hair out trying to guess. You can now find custom settings in every default Row and Column for changing the order of how columns stack on Tablet, Phone, or both. Once you choose the option in the row, you can then choose the order for each column.
Divi Responsive Helper Column Stacking GIF

Learn more about this feature in our Column Stacking Documenation.

#3. Fixes

Multilanguage Support

At first, our plugin was based on the English words “Desktop,” “Tablet,” and “Phone” which appear in the Divi Builder, but we noticed some languages change one or more of those words when it translates the Divi Builder. This was fixed in version 1.0.1, but we wanted to highlight it here.

Theme Builder Support

We also fixed a bug that was keeping our plugin settings from showing when editing Theme Builder templates.

If you are just learning about our revolutionary new plugin and haven’t purchased our plugin yet, you should check out the Divi Responsive Helper product page.

Last updated Aug 27, 2021 @ 5:47 pm


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Nelson Lee Miller (aka The Divi Teacher)

Nelson is the owner of Pee-Aye Creative in the beautiful state of Pennsylvania. He loves helping small businesses, exploring outdoors, building websites with Divi, and teaching others.

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  1. Stephen Hyde

    Hi Nelson

    Loving your plugin. I have a question to ask though. On the Column Stacking feature, I need to add another CSS class to a column row and have tried leaving a blank space between the two class id’s (yours, and my own custom one), which I believe is the convention, but this seems to break your plug-in’s column arrangements. Any suggestions?? With thanks in anticipation


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