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[Resolved] Split: Using Toolset views in the Divi builder

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Last updated by Waqar 2 months, 4 weeks ago.

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And there is another problem as well with Divi.

On any page with Divi builder, I cannot add any "View" module. Even though I added the module, it doesn't visualize on the front-end side.

It is a really big problem for me. I thought this plug-in was compatible with the Divi theme. You can give it a try on the home page too.

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Waqar
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Hi,

I've created a 'Test Divi Page' with Divi builder and loaded the Toolset view 'Homestay lists for logged-in user' through the 'Toolset Views' module.

The view is showing on the front end. Can you please share an example, where it didn't work?

Note: It is generally not recommended to mix content created through two different page builders. The blocks-based views are designed to work in the Gutenberg editor environment. When using a third-party page builder like Divi, Elementor, etc, for the page's content, it is a good idea to load the class editor views, whenever possible.

regards,
Waqar

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