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30-day money-back guarantee on all plans.
90+ Basic & Pro widgets, 300+ basic templates and 60+ Pro Website Kits.
Essential: $49/year for 1 Pro website.
Advanced: $99/year for 3 Pro websites.
Expert: $199/year for 25 Pro websites.
Agency: $999/year for 1000 Pro websites.
Hosted Elementor Website: $99/year for 1 Pro website, hosting included.

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It's easy to use, it has many free features and really great premium features for a good price. Its beginners friendly and it makes designing a website so much easier than ever before.
Support is very helpful when needed, cost is affordable for using it on many websites. I have used many page builders and this is by far the best.

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Simply the Best WordPress Page Builder

Reviewed 19 days ago

Elementor is great. We as marketing team can create landing pages, blog post and other pages without the help of a webdesigner.

Pros

I worked with several WP page builder in the past but Elementor is simply the best. Most oft the time even advanced adjustment can be made through the widget menu without coding experience required. For everything else Elementor makes it eas to add custom code (snippets).

Cons

The pricing table widget is basic and it would be nice if more settings would be available put of the box, for example a switcher between monthly and annual pricing. Some widgets are not working well on mobile by default, like the widget that shows a list of several videos.

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Elementor / Wordpress for government sub websites

Reviewed 2 months ago

It is a theme editing plugin that I can definitely recommend. I have been using Wordpress for many years and I plan to continue using it.

Pros

Easy to use and affordable compared to its equivalents. It is a bigger advantage that there are many wordpress plugins compatible with Elementor.

Cons

free version is very limited compared to premium version

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Best cost/benefit editor for fast execution

Reviewed a month ago

Best option to develop sales-oriented and fast execution websites, but their competitors are coming closer and closer each month

Pros

It's easy to use and has all the capabilities and options need to build a quality website.

Cons

There are some addons easy to implement, that they don't implement, they also bloat the builder with options that are very niched, but don't allow us to disable them.

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Perfect Page Builder for every Bloggers

Reviewed 20 days ago
Pros

It's the best page builder, web designing tool/plugin/software available for WordPress which can really help you create beautiful and stunning landing pages or even blog/article pages.

Cons

This is a little expensive and can slow down your website if you won't do any page optimization.

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Best website builder so far

Reviewed 7 months ago

As I mentioned above, I used to use another website builder, I was really worried about the speed and performance optimization of my websites that I built with that website builder. My clients always complaint about the loading speed issues. Then luckily I found Elementor. It made my life easier. Now I develop most of my website with Elementor. It has tons of premade templates that I use for different...

Pros

The best thing about Elementor is that its 100% FREE + It use very less server resources as compared to other website builders. The premium version is also available with extended features and if you buy the premium version, then the sky is the limit.:) I used to use another website builder (don't want to mention the name, but a small hint: That website builder changed it name some times ago :)),...

Cons

Well to be honest, there's nothing that I like least about Elementor as Elementor has made my life much easier. :)

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Why I left Genesis for Elementor

Reviewed a year ago

Overall my experience with Elementor/Elementor Pro has been positive. There are plenty of pain points that I hope get better as it continues to mature, but I'm able to build some really cool sites much faster than when using the Genesis Framework. If a client wants a new page or a new section on a page that task is significantly easier with Elementor then Genesis.

Pros

I love that Elementor allows me to create layouts and add design elements that would take a significantly longer time. It's as simple as installing the plugin and activating and if you want the additional features the yearly cost for Pro is very minimal especially for the features you gain. With the Genesis Framework you would have to build out widget areas in functions.php which was great compared to the prior methods but with Elementor it's as simple as adding a new section and styling it. At the end of the day, time is money.

Cons

For a new user (the client) it's still not as user-friendly as most of them would like. If they are used to the old WordPress methods of doing things change typically comes with some resentment. Depending on the complexity of the project there are many different areas of the admin that the user will have to look to figure out where something lives and even then it's not self-explanatory for someone...

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Elementor is a revolution for those brands that want a new website without spending millions with a

Reviewed a year ago

I love Elementor maybe because I came from a really brutal experience with Joomla, a total nightmare. But my bad experiences apart I truly believe Elementor helps you to create a good looking website. A website that you will be able to manage without an external professional that is, first of all, an additional cost and second of all could be a problem if is not available if you have a last-minute problem that you have to solve straight away, especially if you use your website for selling! To be self-sufficient is a great advantage in my opinion!

Pros

The bigger pros are about usability. it's easy to use and youtube is literally inundated with tutorials. So if you are willing to learn you can reach great results really fast. You can have tons of Blocks (part of the websites page) or Pages (the whole page) templates that are ready to use and that could be further customised as you wish. These are great quality especially for those without experience in building websites!

Cons

the graphic interface could be a little misleading if you are not familiar with graphic software. the interface reminded me straight away software like illustrator or photoshop, I mean are not the same but the concept is really similar. In Adobe software there are layers in Elementor you have the navigator. All these similarities are really helpful if you have experience with this kind of software. On the other hand, if you have no experience with graphic software the interface could be really difficult in the first instance and you'll need time to become familiar with all the tools. (but even in this case no worries the tutorials on youtube will save you)

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Best website builder

Reviewed a year ago

Elementor is THE best website builder for me. I have been using it on my website since 3 years now. Pricing is reasonable and features make your website look amazing.

Pros

Elementor interface is awesome. It is very user-friendly. The best thing about elementor is you don't need to buy a website template which can cost around 60 to 100 US dollars. While elementor yearly pricing starts from 39 US dollars and you can design website as per your need. That's amazing. I love the lottie feature most. My website is attractive and speed.

Cons

Sometimes while updating the website it loads slowly and does not have enough templates. Forms are not attractive.

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The best site builder plugin on WordPress

Reviewed a year ago

I would 100% recommend Elementor for anyone that uses WordPress. You don't have to know how to code to use it (although there is an option for custom CSS if you do want to add that). No matter how much web design experience you have, you'll be able to use this. To offer a real-life example of how great it is, I hired the other web designer on my team with a lot of WordPress experience. We were discussing plans for building a new site and he had initially said he wanted to use a different CMS than WordPress. Once he started using Elementor, which I already had installed on another site, he found it to be so easy that he no longer wanted to veer away from WordPress.

Pros

I started using Elementor years ago at a previous job. At the time, it was just a page builder plugin but as it has grown in popularity, it has evolved into a entire site builder plugin. There are many 3rd-party plugins that can be installed to use with it, and there are a lot of themes that were built with the Elementor and integrate directly with it. The reason for its popularity how easy it makes...

Cons

There is a learning curve with you first start using Elementor. Although it is the easiest tool for building WordPress pages, there are a lot of options available and it can seem a bit overwhelming at first. But if you stick with it, and figure out the difference between the sections and inner sections, how how the widgets are used with them, you'll soon find it to be a web designer's best friend. One suggestion I have is to make sure you choose a theme that integrates with Elementor. When I first started at my current job, the sites were not built with Elementor-friendly themes. You can still use it with those themes but it doesn't work as well.

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The easiest (and best?) way to create your WordPress's website

Reviewed a year ago

My overall experience with Elementor is the best possible. Since my first contact with Elementor, I see the power that you have with almost no effort, it's everything easy and direct to the point. As I described earlier, I wish I could pay for the Pro version with no pain, but even the Free version makes me pretty satisfied.

Pros

Elementor gives you many options, it's up to you to decide to start your website from scratch, or to use one of many pre-built templates available. If you decide to start from zero, the drag-and-drop system will make everything easy, you have (almost) full control over your design, just select what you want and put where you would like. Of course, there are some tricks that will take time to understand. If you decide to use one of their pre-built templates, I would say that this is the way! It's easy, there are great free options available, you just select the best parts of different templates and customize as your way. The best templates are paid, but even the free can do the job!

Cons

The price in my view is salty, I know it's worth but I wish they have a better option/price. Otherwise, there are no cons, they give you everything you may need on the Free version, so it's up to you to pay or not. I hope someday be well at a point that I can pay for the Pro version with no pain.

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The Only Tool you will ever need - Almost a perfect solution

Reviewed a year ago

It's almost a perfect site building tool and I say almost because of some of the problems which they have not been able to manage very elegantly. Be it the price change or security patches, the team has not handled it the way they should have. That being said, I love the software, such a solid tool that is way ahead of the competition. Can't recommend this enough.

Pros

There are so many good things about this tool, very beginner-friendly, easy to use, amazing dev team bending the product, the best part is the updates that keep coming. They have been continuously improving the software over time. Has a ton of integrations with third-party tools and makes the overall process of creating websites a breeze. This has been the only tool I have been using for the past few years now and it has not let me down. They are usually the first and the market leaders to implement new innovative features. I love the fact that they have recently started page load times seriously. Have been seeing speed optimizations for the plugin lately which is a step in the right direction.

Cons

They keep on revising their pricing plan which seems like a deceptive move to their loyal customers. The plugin has had security vulnerabilities in the past which is not as bad as the way they handled those. They did not offer a free security patch for their old customers and people were forced to renew their license due to the vulnerability. Lastly, their customer support for the product has seen a drastic downward trend which I have seen so many users complaining about almost on daily basis.

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Elementor - Great free website builder (limited free version)

Reviewed 2 years ago

My overall experience with Elementor is good. I started out using Visual Composer because that was the main visual builder that everyone was using. Over time Elementor plugin got better and better and their visual builder got better and better. To the point where it got better than visual composer, and as a result, over time, many people started transitioning over to using Elementor, and now it seems like it is the most ubiquitous visual builder for WordPress and rightfully so, it is a great visual builder. I just think they need to make it a one-time fee versus a yearly payment option, in my opinion.

Pros

The biggest benefit for me was the sophistication of their visual Website Builder. I know some developers don't actually like the visual website builders because they're used to working with code directly and writing it out manually. But for me, I do minimal amounts of coding, and I would rather see a visual representation of my designs. Since I'm used to designing with something like Adobe Illustrator or Affinity Designer, I appreciate visual design. So for me, being able to see the design and to freely move things on the page very easily is very important for designing a website. Another big benefit to Elementor is that there are more advanced functionalities that you can do, compared to something like visual composer.

Cons

The biggest cons to Elementor is, It's pretty limited on the free version. You can still do quite a lot on the free version, but if you want to get into the nitty-gritty of a design with custom CSS, and other more custom or advanced features you have to pay a yearly fee. And in my opinion, this yearly fee seems a bit high. If it was a one-time fee, it would be a much better proposition. I hate how...

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Amazing WordPress Page Builder

Reviewed 3 years ago

I've been using Elementor to build webpages for WordPress websites. It is very easy to use as I only need to drag and drop elements to wherever I want them to be. Elementor had been resourceful, and I highly recommend it.

Pros

Elementor is a WordPress page Builder. By far, it is the best WordPress page Builder I've used. Among the reasons for which I prefer it to other page builders include: 1. Ease of Use: I had tried other WordPress page builders, but Elementor remain the easiest I've used so far. After installing the plugin, there is a two minute explainer video that explains everything one need to know to get started. 2....

Cons

Elementor is an amazing software. The only thing I don't like about it is that if one desires to go premium, the one will have licence to use it only on one website. If there is the need to use Elementor on another job, one will need to purchase premium right again. This is a turnoff while considering that some other softwares gives one access to use one premium software on more than one websites. Apart from this problem, Elementor is amazing.

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A modern web builder for the modern age - without needing to be a web builder

Reviewed 3 years ago

We use it ourselves and for our clients, because it saves on the cost of a web builder / coder to write and design bespoke pages (especially sales pages). Since we don't try to build entire websites out of it, this makes any speed drawbacks and minor bugs a fair trade in exchange for its ease and simplicity. It also speeds up our work in-house, because we don't need to do most of the work required to brief a designer on brand, colours, images, style, typeface, etc. We can just get on with it! Overall, we're really impressed and will continue to use for a long time to come. Fantastic work, Elementor team!

Pros

- The user interface (GUI) is sleek, fast and well-thought-out - Integration compatibility is really strong, with tons of third-party add-ons for services, templates and widgets - The learning curve is relatively short, meaning with just a limited understanding of coding (basic CSS and HTML), you can pick up and play for impressive results - Even with zero coding experience or understanding, you'll...

Cons

Honestly, very little... the only real things og note are: - We're aware that Elementor is slower in testing when it comes to web page speed tests (loading time, etc.) - that's when compared to a bespoke coded site by a really good web coder / designer. I suppose it may depend on the level of customisation you do yourself (which changes lots of code automatically in the background) - Sometimes, it can be a little buggy with moving elements around after a long session of using it, but this is by no means a deal breaker and can be solved by saving, closing and re-opening

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The best WordPress builder I've tried

Reviewed a year ago
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Elementor manages to be drag-n-drop enough for non-coders and first-time website builders to make sense of it. Start with a template, fiddle with some content and colors, and you could be good to go. Using the exact same Elementor set-up, an experienced WordPress developer can easily access just about any code or detail they want. The other big win for Elementor is with related content. You can build...

Cons

When you do encounter something that isn't a quick accessible change, then Elementor can get complicated. Editing source code with that much dynamic and relational content can be tricky. But this is a downside that's present in all WP website builders, so I can't hold it against them.

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King of the WordPress page builders

Reviewed a year ago

I've used Elementor to build many websites for myself and my clients and I absolutely harness its power to the next level. I have even created a sales funnel by integrating Elementor with a couple of more plugins to boost revenue for my clients. I will absolutely recommend Elementor for both beginners and experienced users to try it out. It not only is easy to use but also saves thousands of dollars that you may pay to a developer.

Pros

Elementor has been at the top for the last 2 years and outranks its competitors in terms of features, ease-of-use, speed, performance, pricing, and whatnot. It not only packed with multiple widgets, templates, etc but also offers integration with other popular tools such as Gravity forms. That makes it a game-changer. I've seen many beginners and non-technical users using Elementor with comfort.

Cons

I've heard of site breaks a couple of times and even heard the news of vulnerabilities in the Elementor core plugin. Apart from that it sometimes makes a website slow and shows cross-browser incompatibility.

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The best Wordpress page builder

Reviewed 4 months ago

My overall experience is awesome. I run a successful web design agency thanks to elementor

Pros

I love the ease with whom elementor allow anyone to design a stunning web page without experience.

Cons

Their Pricing plan can be better. Why not adding a lifetime plan?

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Forgot cost, you can't afford not to

Reviewed 2 years ago

I absolutely depend on it. As a stubborn old construction non tech individual, it has saved me time, money and has given me a wider understanding of the web itsself. I can't believe I only had to pay what I did. Thank you Elementor

Pros

This is the best plugin/site builder ever. Just with the free features you get more value for what you pay for the entire program. I am a penny pincher, and I take my sweet time before offering my hard earned money on programs, and I will tell you I wasted more time by not diving in sooner. Time is money folks, and I also completed eliminated my need to bug my kids or tech guys for help on my site. Mr. Construction, who works with his hands can now build websites, forums, and everything in between. Is it worth it? Yes, for the cost of a steak dinner, you get months of your life back

Cons

I can't stand the fact I waited so long! I would say...the only thing they could do better is give away free gold at the end of the rainbow. Simply, and honestly, nothing.

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Page building and layout editing in WordPress has never been easier!

Reviewed 3 years ago

Overall, I find Elementor to be the easiest way to create and edit pages on WordPress sites. I now use this for all of my client’s websites, and they are really happy with the end results. It features so many widgets even its free edition that it makes building a feature-filled webpage a doddle. It’s very much a step-up from WordPress’s inbuilt page customisation tools.

Pros

I find the UI of Elementor to be very user-friendly, even those who have very little experience with WordPress page editing will be able to pick this up very easily. There are many widgets available in the free edition that can satisfy the needs of a small site (button, text, picture, video, etc.). The range of customisation for page layouts (column amounts, widths, etc.) and widget options (cell...

Cons

The pricing plan is three-tiered (pricing for 1 site, 3 sites, and 1000 sites). I’m not sure how this compares to competitors as I haven’t shopped around since Elementor more than meets my needs, but I’d prefer to be able to pay for up to 10 sites instead of needing to pay for up to 1000 sites, which I’m realistically going to get nowhere near. I would also like to be able to pay for a perpetual licence but the only options are for a yearly subscription – although this also comes with support for the year and updates for the year, I would still prefer to outright pay for a licence instead of a recurring cost. However, this wouldn’t put me off using the product as it still meets my needs.

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We've tried half a dozen page builders and liked this one the best

Reviewed 3 years ago

We've used Elementor on 4 different high-traffic sites now and it's worked quite well. We tried a ton of other page builders and this one came out to be the winner. The support experience has been just OK--we haven't had to use it much, but when we do they can't go as deep as we'd like.

Pros

Page builders for WordPress keep popping out of the woodwork. My team uses Elementor and chose it for our new WordPress sites because it provides complete theme editing (including headers and footers), dynamic content (including working with custom post types and custom fields). The functionality is great and the IU is gorgeous as well. It's fast and it gives you a full look at the actual design--no boxes or rough approximations. There are so many widgets that you'll able to find whatever you need, especially with the after-market add-ins and templates.

Cons

The CSS and JS that are loaded are pretty heavy. It's absolutely essential that you get some sort of optimization plugin to deal with the extra number of requests created for a simple page, especially if you're using it everywhere on your site with a custom header. I also don't like that there's no "lifetime" option--the product is fairly expensive if you have to buy it every year, vs. just paying once for a theme that has lifetime updates. Still, it can replace a ton of other plugins, so that's a huge benefit and cost savings if you don't have to buy a handful of other widgets.

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Making Complex Design Ideas Attainable For Non-Coders

Reviewed 2 months ago

Elementor has served us with stability and customizability for years. It has made the initial design as well as subsequent maintenance on our websites easy to manage, and the software is well-maintained with frequent new feature releases.

Pros

Elementor makes it easy for designers, regardless of programming experience, to design and publish all aspects of a website that will satisfy most use-cases. And where the base software falls short, there are many plugins that are compatible with Elementor to expand its capability.

Cons

As with all page-builders of this sort, Elementor can sometimes cause websites to load slower than a custom solution would. But this seems to be a price that is paid for Elementor's competitors as well. I also am of the opinion that security patches need to be freely released without the need for a paid annual subscription. I understand the need to pay for new features, but security faults fixed later should not be an expense of the customer.

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One of the Best and Still Improving!

Reviewed 4 months ago

I have found it to be extremely easy to use and have had great results with it. It is very customizable and allows you to add a wide variety of elements to your pages. I would highly recommend it for anyone looking for an easy way to create custom pages and posts.

Pros

There are many advantages of Elementor, a powerful WordPress page builder plugin. Some of these advantages include its user-friendliness, its wide range of templates and widgets, and its ability to create custom pages and posts. Elementor is very user-friendly. It is easy to use even for those who are not very familiar with WordPress or web design. It has a wide range of templates and widgets that make it easy to create beautiful pages and posts. And finally, Elementor allows users to create custom pages and posts, which gives them more control over their website’s content.

Cons

One downside is that it can be slow to load on some websites. Another issue is that it can be difficult to use for people who are not familiar with web design or coding. Additionally, Elementor can be expensive if you want to use all of the features it offers.

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The Only Builder I Use Personally & Professionally

Reviewed 7 months ago

I use Elementor on personal websites, as a freelance website builder, and at work for an internet marketing company. We focus on WordPress websites and this builder has been such a game changer. More of our team is able to jump in and do their jobs without having to know code or pass fixes off to someone who does. We are also able to implement more complex and interesting-looking websites more simply, meaning savings for us and for our clients.

Pros

The pricing is affordable, and the value is fantastic. Initial builds and changes are both quick and simple. Going from design to finished website is so much faster with Elementor. They are constantly improving their builder.

Cons

Sometime text element spacing is unpredictable. So we have to look in multiple places to find out what is causing the text to behave that way. Some templates look fantastic, but have been implemented in less than ideal ways that are easy to break and difficult to customize.

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It is the best if you can afford it.

Reviewed 5 months ago

Great, but I couldn't continue due to the price.

Pros

How easy it is to build an entire site with high quality templates. Also, it is really easy to customize the website in no time.

Cons

The price! It is so expensive that I had to switch although I love it so much.

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Elementor

Reviewed 3 months ago

Elementor helps me to build websites super fast and they look pretty responsive and attractive. I highly recommend it.

Pros

Elementor is my preferred web builder. It's very easy to use and provides incredibly web building experience with its drag & drog capabilities. It's very smooth and has a lot of pretty pre-made templates that in reality, helps to maximize my workflow thereby reducing workload. It's cheap and can still be accessible without money, however, the free plan is limited in many ways. To really enjoy the power of this tool, I recommend upgrading to a paid version.

Cons

Sometimes it doesn't provide full historical data. I also discovered that the tool is so sensible to an extend where objects can be easily displaced from their initial positions when I mistakenly double-click my mouse. Secondly, when I have more than 4 elementor addons installed, It seems to take an eternity for elementor to load on my pages. I suggest these bugs should be fixed by developers.