Page builders are excellent tools for creating a design in WordPress. They give you the resources to create practically any type of layout you can envision and save lots of time at the procedure. Within this article, we’ll have a peek at the top 5 greatest drag and drop builders for WordPress.
Most include features to add modules, and make adjustments to padding and widths, resize columns and adjust heights, add CSS, etc.. All are simple to use. The builders are in no specific order.
The Divi Builder (available as a theme or plugin) contains 46 content components and allows you to construct your designs from the frontend or backend. A new layout pack is inserted into the built-in library every Monday. It’s possible to import new layouts or export your layouts and reuse them on other sites.
The Theme Customizer gives you customization tools to design the site worldwide or you can style each module separately. Divi has a large following with tons of Facebook classes, tutorials, kid themes, layouts, third-party plugins, etc.. Divi is reactive, multi-faceted, also supports RTL.
2. Beaver Builder
Beaver Builder is a frontend builder with lots of pre-made templates to get you started. The free version comes with 5 modules and 9 rows. It can let you get the feel for your plugin’s user interface, but it seems too limited to do much else. The pro version comprises 30 modules, also adds templates and allows you to save into the library.
It provides an interface with components in the customizer. You build the total layout of columns and rows, and then drag the elements where you need them. You may edit any component and the motif customizer includes more adjustments. The edit window comprises templates you’ll be able to load and you can view those you’ve saved to a library. It’s responsive and translation ready.
The free version of Elementor has 46 elements including WordPress and widgets elements. The expert edition adds 23 additional widgets and expert templates with a focus on conversions and sales. Choose from 12 different row options and drag the component into a column from the row. Each component opens an editor where you can edit every component. You can even add columns in columns.
It features dozens of templates which you can add simply by clicking to add a template as opposed to a section. Templates are added to that particular part. You are able to save, export, or import your layouts. There are plenty of third-party plugins out there. It is responsive, multilingual, and includes RTL.
4.WPBakery Page Builder
(formerly called Visual Composer, which is now the name of a new builder) contains an intuitive frontend and backend builder. Use the grid builder to create the design and then drop the elements where you want them.
It has over 50 elements, over 100 pre-made templates, 200 third-party add-ons, 40 grid layout templates, and lots more. Each one of the elements can be edited individually. It’s possible to copy and reuse templates, create your own templates, and edit any template you want. It’s translation prepared and responsive.
5. Page Builder by Website Origin
Page Builder by Site Origin has both a backend builder plus a frontend live editor. Create custom row styles and designs with up to 12 columns and 12 ratio options. Edit the attributes, design, and also the design for each element.
The templates include spaces for widgets that are premium, so there will be some features missing with the free edition, but you will find enough widgets in the free version to make some interesting layouts. The premium edition adds 13 widgets, enhances the page builder using new tools such as custom article types and block cartoons.
I think each one of the contractors on this list is fantastic choices, but my favorites are the first three with Divi function as one I currently use the maximum. Sometimes plugins do not work with all themes how we need them to. I have found that topics that have their own builders are far better suited to that builder, and can sometimes include more features.
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