7 Useful Divi Keyboard Shortcuts

by Last Updated: Oct 20, 2023Blog, Divi theme

In today’s short article, I’m going to write about some smart Divi theme’s visual builder keyboard shortcuts that I use. If you use Divi every day or quite often and are not using keyboard shortcuts, you should be. At least the following 7 ones. It will make your work much more easy and you will be more productive.

OK, here we go to my list:

Note: If you use a PC instead of a Mac, just replace Cmd with Ctrl.

1) Cmd + Shift + S

I use this one to save changes to the layout that I’m building or to save my page or post as a draft.

2) Cmd + S

This one is used to publish your new page or blog post or save changes that you have made to an existing page or post.

3) Cmd + Z


4) Cmd + Y


5) Cmd + +

Responsive zoom in.

6) Cmd +

Responsive zoom out.

7) Shift + W

Activate wireframe mode – sometimes you may prefer to see your layout in blocks (sections, rows & modules). This shortcut allows you to do it quickly, without the need to switch to the backend builder.


Divi Builder Wireframe View


And this is the end of my list. If you forget these shortcuts and just want to see and learn all of them, just type the question mark (Shift + ?) on your keyboard right in the visual builder and a pop-up with all Divi keyboard shortcuts will appear on your screen.


Divi Builder Keyboard Shortcuts


Have I missed any shortcuts that you use? (I have included only my top 7 in this article) If yes, feel free to let me know in the comments below.

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PS: If you like articles like this one, that will make your work easier, you might also like to check out my other article with tips on 3 free tools or a few handy Divi tips that improve my designing work efficiency.

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Author: Andrej

WordPress expert. Divi user since 2014. I blog about WordPress and Divi, my favorite WordPress theme. When I’m not working with WordPress or writing an article for this blog, I’m probably learning Italian. You can read more about me here.