December 9, 2018 at 09:58 UTC - Views: 17 #57586booth1Participant
I am trying out a few frontend builders to help improve my development time, and was wondering how well something like Divi Builder might work with Weaver Xtreme? I love the functionality and depth of Weaver and it would be great to be able to combine that with the speed of building with something like Divi builder.
Thanks!December 9, 2018 at 17:46 UTC - Views: 20 #57587scramblerModerator
Xtreme is compatible with the major page builders like Elementor ore Site Origin, and Weaver has even added some specific functionalities to improve the integration.
So I don’t see why there would be any issue with divi builder, but I have no experience with it.
Simplest is to just give it a try and report any issue 🙂December 14, 2018 at 16:22 UTC - Views: 29 #57711booth1Participant
Thanks Scrambler, I have been trying out a few different ones and they all seem to work fine. I was wondering what your opinion is on running say Elementor over Weaver xtreme plus compared to a stripped down theme like Generatepress running underneath Elementor.
Is there a way to pare xtreme down to the absolute basics so that Elementor does most of the heavy lilfting (you cn create headers, footers and archive pages with it now)? Might seem an obvious question but I have read about the Divi theme (not the Divi Builder) being so feature heavy that it can take 1 second to load just the them up never mind the content or plugins!
How do you think Xtreme compares to that?
Thanks!December 14, 2018 at 17:59 UTC - Views: 9 #57714December 15, 2018 at 00:38 UTC - Views: 8 #57726WeaverKeymaster
There is no way to reduce Weaver Xtreme to “basics”. However, it will typically load only what it needs. The overhead for its fonts and CSS is essentially insignificant compared to a modern web page – all on the order of an average size image. I’m sure any page builder will have overhead that far outweighs Weaver’s.
I don’t know anything about Divi.
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