User Review of Elementor
I’m relatively new to Elementor, having only used it for six months, but I have to say that since I’ve swapped over from WordPress’s general page builder to Elementor that it has been an absolute lifesaver. I wish I knew about Elementor sooner!
There are a few features worth considering with the free version:
User-friendliness – There’s no coding required whatsoever, just drag and drop properties onto the page. Furthermore, Elementor ensures that what you see is what you get when you apply any aspects/graphics onto the page
Templates – There are so many templates to choose from if you don’t want to build your site/pages from scratch
Lots of widgets – There seems to be a widget for everything I need
Mobile compatibility – The mobile section is already done for me so I don’t have to take time making the mobile site compatible
There’s more, but that’s just what I’ve mainly used when toying around with the free version.
On the third month in, I decided to give Elementor Pro a try, since there was a 30-day money-back guarantee and I wanted to add some Facebook embedding, custom animations and fonts to my blog.
And I have to say that, while the free version is worth your time, if you want a basic page/site/theme creator, Elementor Pro offers so much more customization, which will make your pages stand out.
For instance, there are quite a few Pro widgets that add a layer of uniqueness to a site. Personally, I’ve already implemented the following Pro Widgets onto my blog:
- Nav Menu
- Media Carousel
- Share Buttons
- Facebook Embed
- Facebook Comments
I’ve even included plenty of dynamic elements to my blog to make it more interactive for my visitors.
A realm of possibilities
Honestly, Elementor opens your WordPress site to a realm of possibilities, especially if you’re on a tight budget like I am. The free version alone is great if, as I said before, but Pro allows you to take your site to the next level. Well, that and if you have any issues, you can contact the 24/7 premium customer support.
I can’t recommend anything over Elementor. There’s just so much it offers that betters the quality of life of freelancers like myself.