Font Awesome + Divi Builder

Now you can use Font Awesome inside the Divi Builder natively.
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Load Font Awesome Into The Divi Builder

Most Font Awesome plugins for Divi make it easy to load up the Font Awesome stylesheet on your website but that’s where their help ends.

After that, it’s up to you to write custom CSS code each time you want one of Font Awesome’s beautiful 600+ icons to show up on your Divi website. That’s where our Divi Font Awesome plugin comes in.

Our plugin actually pulls Font Awesome directly into the Divi Builder so you can work with Font Awesome icons natively as you build out your pages, just like you would with Divi’s built in icon pack.

Blurb Examples

Works with Font Awesome 4.7

This plugin comes fully stocked with all of the icons found in Font Awesome 4.7 and adds them to the already existing icons that ship with Divi.

Rock Solid Support

I offer unlimited email support for all of the plugins I write so whether you have a question or just want to share what you’ve built with this plugin, hit me up on my support form, here.

Style like Normal

Literally the only difference from your normal Divi building experience is the presence of a metric ton of more icons. All of your other style settings are still the same.

Works with All Modules

Any module in Divi that uses icons can now use Font Awesome icons, including blurbs, buttons, contact forms, email opt-ins, etc. I’m also actively working to add compatibility to any 3rd party modules that don’t work with Divi Font Awesome right out of the box so if you come across any, let me know!

Forward Thinking

This plugin was built with the future in mind and written to integrate into Divi, rather than run alongside it with a bunch of custom code. It provides for a smooth experience.

Easy for Clients to Use

Since Font Awesome is pulled directly into the Divi Builder natively, your clients can easily swap icons any time they want. That’s something the other Font Awesome plugins just don’t do.

Button Examples

Gallery Examples

Pictures curtesy of, not 500px. I only used their logo because it’s in Font Awesome, duh.

Form Examples

Warning, the below form does not actually send email anywhere.

Contact Form

Unlimited sites. Lifetime updates.

I think you get the picture. If Divi is willing to throw an icon on it, you can make it a Font Awesome icon. The only question now is which icon to choose?


This plugin is powered by and requires Elegant Theme’s Divi Theme, an insanely fast and incredibly intuitive front end editor like nothing you have seen before. It will change the way you build websites forever. (The above link is my affiliate link – if you purchase Divi through that link I may be compensated at no cost to you)