Your have requirements to Divine Elemente plugin? This guide covers the most frequent ones available in our software: SEO properties, W3C valid code, Google Analytics, etc.

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The most desirable thing for web developers is W3C valid code, as they spend much – much – much time for coding, creating websites. Search engines love valid code. It’s faster to crawl, easier to index and improves SERPs (Search Engine Results Page) relevancy.

So, how to automatize this process, save the code quality and take SEO into account?

SEO and Divine Elemente

The answer is simple: SEO and Divine Elemente. Well-written content with specific keyword phrases combined with our plugin will help you to reach good rankings.
SEO properties in Divine Elemente

SEO properties in Divine Elemente

You are just to enter meta information (A), and then Divine Elemente will automatically prepare a valid HTML code for SEO and put also Google Analytics (B) to track rankings for you, if some details in appropriate properties have been indicated earlier (C-E).

SEO properties – read more about how to setup them in the Pubish Editor.

W3C valid code with Divine Elemente

One of the first requirements to our software is W3C valid code. Here’s the answer:

W3C valid code with Divine Elemente

W3C valid code with Divine Elemente

In Divine Elemente, (top secret) smart algorithms are used for code to make it looking as human-made.

For example: margins / paddings are formed not just counting from the top but modes relative or absolute depend on context and a certain case. And if we speak about the entire algorithm, these examples are just simple things.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is the web analytics solution that gives you rich insights into your website traffic and marketing effectiveness. Its powerful, flexible and easy-to-use features let you see and analyse your traffic data in an entirely new way. And all of that can be realized with Divine Elemente.

How to add typical Google Analytics tracking code (asynchronous)
Simply copy Google Analytics ID from the dashboard (A) or generate a code for your website and paste the tracking ID in the ‘Google Analytics ID’ field (C). You’ll find it in the ‘Meta’ panel with the ‘SEO’ icon (D) of ‘Theme’ element in the Publish Editor.

Google Analytics with Divine Elemente

Google Analytics with Divine Elemente

Advanced: Besides, you can paste a custom tracking code in HTML code. To do that, just paste your tracking code with altered ID (E) in the ‘Footer HTML (for JS scripts)’ field (B).

Advanced: Google Analytics asynchronous tracking code sample

Advanced: Google Analytics asynchronous tracking code sample

With Google Analytics and Divine Elemente plugin, you’re more prepared to strengthen your marketing initiatives, create higher converting websites, and hence, make money easily.

Google Analytics Support

Compatibility with popular editors

The other popular request from our users was compatibility with popular editors such as Adobe Dreamweaver, Microsoft Expression Web, etc.

Edit web page / theme code in the editor

Edit web page / theme code in the editor

Thanks to innovations in publish algorithm (like semantic, commented, valid code with descriptive names), you can edit a published website’s page or theme that were saved in the local folder on your computer using any editor.

It expands opportunities of Divine Elemente greatly for professional developers of websites and themes.

XAMPP support

If you would like to work off-line creating websites, you have this opportunity now with Divine Elemente and the third party local web servers, such as XAMPP or MAMP. Use Divine Elemente and XAMPP / MAMP without thinking about the Internet connection.

XAMPP running in Windows environment

XAMPP running in Windows environment

Info: MAMP is a set of free software programs commonly used together to run dynamic websites on servers. XAMPP is a free and open source cross-platform web server package.

Your activity will not depend any more on slow speed of the Internet. And you can create with no risk of breaking your live blog. Hence, do what it is the most convenient for you now: upload your theme to the Internet or use it on the local servers.

More details can be found at the “XAMPP Virtual Host and WordPress Installation” tutorial.


So now, you have found out that Divine Elemente plugin not only helps just to create themes / websites from PSD but to performs it accurately and on high level.

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