- When you add a new page or post you get the option that allows you to enable Elementor, which then lets it take over the editing process.
- You don’t need any special coding skills, it’s all drag and drop.
- As you’re building your page you can see real-time what your page will look like (WYSIWYG), with mobile, tablet and desktop views.
- You can use it to create any content layout or page layout, regardless of what your installed theme allows you to do.
I’ve never found any conflict with any WordPress themes.
If you’re on a tight budget
but still want your site and content to look great then there is a free version. However, the Elementor pro version is well worth the investment. With the free version, you get the basic modules and can still design really nice pages. However, the pro version is worth the investment. More templates, widgets and integrations!
- Visual and intuitive form builder
- Marketing automation and CRM integrations
- Custom fonts
- Role manager
- Blog post layout widget
- Image & video sliders
- Global widgets
- Custom CSS
- Animated headlines
- And much more.
Elementor lets you use the content widgets (or content blocks)
which you can put anywhere on your page and then rearrange with drag and drop. This also includes:
- and a lot more.
You can also use the WordPress widgets.
You can change the backgrounds, margins and padding values, default colors, fonts, etc.
With the vision history, you can revert back to a previous version if something goes wrong!
We’ve used most of the page builders out there, including the pricier ones and have stuck with Elementor for its features, ease of use and support.