Divi is an excellent theme for eCommerce. It integrates well with eCommerce platforms, and it especially excels with WooCommerce. This is why Divi Space has created lots of Divi child themes with WooCommerce integration. To help you decide which of those child themes is best for your needs, let’s look at our top 4 Divi child themes for eCommerce.
1. Divi Ecommerce
Divi eCommerce was designed specifically to integrate with WooCommerce to build an online store. It’s eCommerce features includes two home pages, all of the WooCommerce pages, a shop page, multiple product pages with custom sidebars for the right or left side or full-width, elements to show featured and trending products, and a deal of the day countdown.
Other special features include breadcrumbs for easy navigation and an email opt-in form to grow your audience. It also includes About, News, Contact, and 404 pages. The image above is the first home page. It includes a custom header and slider.
The featured products section displays products with a magazine-style multi-layout that places featured products with a call to action for each of the categories.
The deal of the day section displays product information with a deal price, a button to purchase, a countdown to show when the deal will end, and a featured image.
Trending products are shown within a shop section and include the image, title, price, an add-to-cart button, and sale prices and tags.
The opt-in form is unique among opt-in forms. This one looks like it belongs on a high-end eCommerce website. It includes product images to one side, a call to action with highlighted text to stand out, and the form that’s styled to match the site’s design over a tan background with an inset border.
The latest news is shown within a styled blog module that displays the featured image, a title that overlaps the image, an excerpt, and read more button.
The custom footer includes an Instagram feed and several sections with information and links.
The shop page includes breadcrumbs for easy navigation and a custom sidebar with search, cart, product categories, top-rated products, and product tags.
The product pages include a custom design and have breadcrumbs and the eCommerce sidebar. You can display the sidebar on the right or left, or show the product without a sidebar.
Here’s the product page without the sidebar.
2. Divi Medical Ecommerce
Divi Medical eCommerce was designed specifically for medical websites to promote and sell their products. It has lots of eCommerce features including pages for each of your departments, shop pages for each of your categories, and WooCommerce pages. Other features include dynamic sidebars and breadcrumbs. Other pages include About, Blog, Contact, and 404.
It has orange styling throughout, which is easy to change with new customizations that are added to the theme customizer.
The header includes a mega-menu for the departments and shop categories. Contact information is placed across the top.
The departments are displayed on the home page with images and text in a multi-column layout.
Information about the team includes images with the name and title. This section provides a link to the About Us page.
An information section shows contact info and a CTA for free shipping.
The shop category section includes a styled filter to see products that are new, bestsellers, and on sale. The products include styled buttons with shadow effects.
The styled newsletter opt-in matches the site’s styling while providing a clean form that’s easy to use.
The blog section shows your latest posts and includes the orange styling while keeping a clean design for the blog cards.
The product category pages display the products with the same styling as the home page. They include Quick View and See More buttons with shadow effects. The background for the page has a dot pattern that gives the page some interesting visual styling that’s just noticeable. The custom sidebar also includes this styling. The sidebar contains widgets for search, cart, product categories, and product tags.
Selecting Quick View displays the product within a popup, where you can provide an image, information, categories, and an add-to-cart button.
Here’s a look at the product page. It displays related products and includes the orange styling with shadow effects.
The blog follows similar styling and presents the blog cards with a clean design. The styled sidebar also includes shadow effects and divides the links with lines.
3. Divi Nonprofit
Divi Nonprofit was designed for organizations to sell products, promote causes, and receive donations. It includes 5 different home pages so different types of organizations can benefit from it. Home pages include the standard donation page, animal rescue, charity, environment, and philanthropy. The home page in the example above has a slider with an integrated donation form.
It integrates with WooCommerce and has all of the shop and account pages, a shop page, and product details pages with and without sidebars. Other features include the Nonprofit Icon Pack, an events custom post type, and GiveWP integration.
The header uses a mega menu where you can add links to your pages, projects, a blog, and events.
The shop page displays the items and includes a styled sidebar with search, cart, product categories, products, and product tags.
The individual product pages have a section for related products.
The Donate page has an embedded donation form with information about the cause. It also displays the styled email opt-in form.
Events are listed on an events page which lists events with a filter. Search by date or keyword and view as a list, month, week, day, map, or photo.
The event page has a styled sidebar.
4. Divi Photography
Divi Photography was designed to show your photography services and to sell courses. It’s integrated with WooCommerce and includes all of the standard shop pages. A portfolio includes a general-purpose page, a masonry gallery for weddings, a justified gallery for families, and a simple gallery for landscapes.
Other features include an events post type with events pages, a courses post type with course pages, an appointment page so clients can set up appointments, and lots more. It’ available in both a light and a dark version. Both include a mega-menu with the blog and events.
Divi Photography Light
The light version displays a styled slider on the home page. It has a floral design for the background in parallax.
The shop page displays products with circled images. It also has a styled sidebar with product widgets.
The product pages also use the background pattern and include related products. Post navigation is placed at the top of the page.
Here’s the standard grid portfolio page. It also contains the background pattern and post navigation.
The single event page provides all of the details and has a sidebar, a workshop plan, what’s included and excluded, and post navigation.
The individual course page follows a similar design and includes a sidebar with course widgets.
The appointment calendar reveals each field as you come to it when filling out the form.
Divi Photography Dark
The dark version includes the same features as the light version and adds several more home pages. Home pages include wedding, landscape, and family photography. The dark theme also has a background image in parallax.
Here’s the shop page in the dark layout. It retains the same design features as the light layout.
Here’s the individual product page. The dark background makes the product photos stand out.
This is the justified gallery. It displays photos in a multi-column layout.
Here’s the calendar view for the events. It displays the calendar and also has the search feature.
Here’s a look at the courses page. It displays courses as cards.
That’s our look at our top 4 Divi child themes for eCommerce websites to help you decide which child themes work best for your needs. We’ve looked at the main features of each Divi child theme, but they have a lot more to offer than what we covered here. If you want to see more, feel free to browse through their demos.
We want to hear from you. Have you tried these Divi child themes for eCommerce websites? Let us know what you think about them in the comments.