More Column Structures are Coming to Divi!

Today we are proud to announce that yet another one of our most requested features of all time is currently under development: more column structures!

The ability to create a wider variety of page layouts with more columns and more column structures has been something that our community has been asking for for a long time. Well we’ve been listening and we’re excited to share our vision for the first of a few planned feature releases around Divi columns.

4 New Column Widths & 16 New Column Structures

In the first of our planned column features releases we’ll be introducing four new column width, which will create sixteen new column structures you’ll be able to choose from.

When you add a new row in Divi now, the column options are displayed in a three column by four row grid. As seen below.


When our new expanded set of column widths and combinations are released, you’ll see a new grid that contains four columns and four rows of various options to choose from. When adding a regular row, you’ll have nine new row structures to choose from.


When adding a specialty section, you’ll have seven new options to choose.


These new column structures will bring with them four new column widths previously unavailable in Divi: 1/5th column, 2/5th column, 3/5 column, and 1/6th column. Making even more interesting and intricate designs possible with Divi than ever before.

Even More Column Magic to Come

As we mentioned earlier, this is just the first of a few planned feature releases around Divi columns to come. The next couple releases to follow will focus on adding more design options, flexibility, and even custom column widths!

As always, we can’t wait to see what you will create with these new column structures. And seeing as how this has been on so many people’s feature wish lists for so long, we’re sure you know exactly what you’d like to do with Divi’s new column widths and structures.

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