The default footer of Divi (image below) is pretty basic and standard. It’s not bad but removing it is quite necessary, especially if you are planning to create a custom footer for your website. However, if something simple is what you’re looking for at the moment, it is completely fine to not remove the default footer.

For the people that want to remove Divi’s default footer, this tutorial will help you! It will only take, probably, less than 2 minutes with the help of a CSS code. Let’s get to it!

Default Footer

Video Tutorial:


Step 1: Head over to Theme Customizer to add CSS

Let’s go to the Theme Customizer to add the simple CSS via WordPress dashboard > Divi > Theme Customizer > Additional CSS

Step 2: Add CSS Code & Publish

Now, we can add this code:

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#footer-bottom {
display: none !important;

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If you already have some CSS codes in there, you can add this code at the top or at the bottom; the positioning doesn’t really matter as much.

And then, make sure to click the Publish button!

That’s it! The default footer of Divi is gone!

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to leave a comment, and I will do my best to help!

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