Introducing Divi Icon Party: A Plugin for Displaying Social Media Icons on Your Divi Website

Introducing Divi Icon Party: A Plugin for Displaying Social Media Icons on Your Divi Website

Now you can use even more icons in your Divi web designs! We recently updated our highly successful plugin Divi Icon Party to include even more popular social media icons!

From Spotify to SoundCloud, TripAdvisor and many more, now you can start building even more impactful Divi designs by adding more incredible icons to your Divi websites header, footer and navigation menu.

The latest version of Divi Icon Party includes the latest social media icons:

  • Amazon
  • Audible
  • eBay
  • Etsy
  • Foursquare
  • GitLab
  • IMDB
  • Podcast
  • Stack Overflow
  • StumbleUpon
  • TripAdvisor
  • Tumblr
  • WhatsApp
  • Yelp

Using Icons in Web Design

Using social media icons in website design has been a staple trend for years. Displaying icons encourages site visitors to engage with your brand offsite, in your most engaging realms, the social platforms. Here, every new like, follow or subscribe is a chance for you to start telling your story to potential customers through a platform that they already spend a lot of time on.

Marketing experts Smart Insights estimate that the number of global social media users is at almost 3.2 billion! That’s a huge audience filled with plenty of potential leads that you can tap into.

Our plugin, Divi Icon Party has already helped you engage with these potential audiences, and now, with the plugins latest upgrade, you can start attracting and communicating with even more users on totally new levels!

If you’re looking for a way to encourage your site visitors to continue learning about and interacting with your brand or business on social media, then Divi Icon Party is for you!

Divi Icon Party supercharges the Divi theme’s built-in ‘social links’ by adding over 30 new and exciting social platform options. Adding to the already existing, Divi default networks of Facebook, Twitter and Google+, Divi Icon Party includes integrations for:
  • Facebook

Linkedin

  • Facebook

YouTube

  • Facebook

Pinterest

  • Facebook

Tumblr

  • Facebook

Instagram

  • Facebook

Skype

  • Facebook

Flickr

  • Facebook

MySpace

  • Facebook

Dribbble

  • Facebook

Vimeo

  • Facebook

500px

  • Facebook

Behance

  • Facebook

Bitbucket

  • Facebook

DeviantArt

  • Facebook

GitHub

  • Facebook

Medium

  • Facebook

Meetup

  • Facebook

Slack

  • Facebook

Snapchat

  • Facebook

Twitch

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Amazon

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Audible

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eBay

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Etsy

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Foursquare

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GitLab

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IMDb

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Podcast

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Stack Overflow

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StumbleUpon

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TripAdvisor

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WhatsApp

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Yelp

 

Divi Icon Party adds the controls for enabling these new platforms right where you’d expect them to be, in the Divi Theme Options. Here, relevant social channels can simply be enabled or disabled at the click of a button.

Divi Icon Party
  • Facebook

Not only does Divi Icon Party increase the number of social icons you can display in your Divi website, it also adds new options for how you can display them. For example, have you ever wanted to display social media icons in the main Divi header instead of above it? Wish granted! In just a few steps, Divi Icon Party will help you create a unique Divi header for a truly standout web design.

  • Facebook

As well as the main header, Divi Icon Party also lets users add social media icons to the footer section – another area that cannot be easily altered. With this feature, Divi users can create a truly memorable footer section that will both leave a lasting impression of a brand, and too, give site visitors an easy route to relevant social channels.

Divi Icon Party Footer
  • Facebook

Finally, one of the most incredible features of Divi Icon Party is the ability for users to add social media icons to the main Divi menu. As well as creating a standout visual quality to the overall aesthetic, social icons in the menu are also an excellent asset that’ll enhance the overall user experience of the site.

Divi Icon Party Menu
  • Facebook

Extremely easy to use and set up, Divi Icon Party will allow you to add new icons to your Divi website in just a few clicks. Styling icons is also a breeze, where the Divi Theme Customizer Options console makes editing colors and font sizes for Divi Icon Party a seamless experience.

  • Facebook

With the number of social media platforms that are available growing every day, it can be difficult to keep track of what all the various icons represent. Which is why we’ve added optional tooltips to guide your end users on where your links are taking them, as well as the option to open those links in a new tab.

Divi Icon Party utilizes Font Awesome’s CDN (upgraded to include Font Awesome 5 support) to bring you the icons you need in the smallest package possible.

Easy to set up, effortless to use, lightweight and robust, Divi Icon Party’s settings and controls are integrated so tightly into the theme that you’ll be unable to tell where Divi Icon Party ends and Divi begins.

Divi Icon Party’s goal is simple: to turn your web visitors into likers, subscribers and followers. Customers are great, but customers who are also fans and brand advocates are better.

Start building a loyal follower base of brand advocates and ambassadors and revolutionize your Divi website, purchase Divi Icon Party now!

 

Divi Icon Party is available as a standalone purchase but is also included in the Divi Space Annual Membership. If you’re interested in becoming a Divi Space member, have a look at what’s included in the membership and also check out the member’s only perks.

 

We hope you’ll enjoy using more social media networks in your Divi web designs! Let us know your thoughts about Divi Icon Party below in the comments!

Thanks for reading!

Stephen James

SJ is a web developer living in the coastal town of Southsea, England. He is a Divi and WordPress advocate and the founder of Divi Space.