Elementor Has many new plugins and addons for their builder to add more modules and features! Try some of these amazing plugins for the elementor page builder!
1. Crockblocks: https://www.darrelwilson.com/crocoblock
2. Element Pack PRO: https://darrelwilson.com/elementpackpro
3. Premium Addons: https://darrelwilson.com/premiumaddons
4. PowerPack Elements: https://darrelwilson.com/powerpack ( use code DW15 for 15% off )
5. Ultimate Addons: https://darrelwilson.com/uaelementor
6. Namago: https://shop.namogo.com/product/elementor-extras/
7. Essential-Addons: https://essential-addons.com/elementor/#pricing
8. LiveMesh: https://livemeshelementor.com/
9. Sizzify: https://darrelwilson.com/sizzify
10. HT Mega: https://wordpress.org/plugins/ht-mega-for-elementor/
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The elementor page builder is one of the best free page builders for wordpress. Ive used it several times on my many websites and its one of the best free page builders for wordpress.
The plugins are for the elementor page builder that add many modules and features to help give it more design and decor! Try some of these plugins!
I have a fulll tutorial on the elementor page builder here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7r_-FaJNV4&t=467s
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Ooops! looks like one of the plugins/addons was taken off wordpress.org as i made this video but its still available on their website! thanks for watching, enjoy the plugins and make sure TO PUSH THE THUMBS UP!
I have a question for those free add-ons that the companies provide on the WordPress.org. Once the companies pull out their plugins and add-ons from WordPress.org and close their free version. Does it mean that the websites we build with their plugins and add-ons have to be closed also, or we have to pay them for using their products that were used to be free?
You left one off the list that I think is a MUST for anyone doing websites using Elementor. That's Evato Elements. They don't have any widgets... but they have almost 2,000 very well designed pages all built with Elementor. The pages are grouped into around 80 sets of website "kits" that have consistent color themes and design elements. They also have about 500 premade sections for building your own pages ...or adding to any of the pre designed pages.
Just loading some of their pages and deconstructing them has taught me some really interesting techniques for creating cool background effects. These are really well thought out designs ... not just a bunch of basic simple designs.
You should take a look at it. I can see a whole series of videos deconstructing how they created some of the pages.
Oh ... I forgot to sat this is completely FREE.
Hi Darrel, great video. A few notes though.
Crocoblok probably is the best value for money, but they have serious problems with their support, I talk from experience. JetSearch works very well by the way.
On to Elementor Extras 2.0, they have 2 plugins that put them at the top of my list:
1. the maps plugin, multiple points are one thing but navigation between them, now that is worth my attention and probably anyone wanting to do a multi-waypoint trip.
2. the Dynamic Conditions extension, Elementor Pro, should have that, is very flexible and can do multiple conditions too. Pair it with DynamicConditions from RTO for field level control, and you can build some really complex membership sites.
Lastly, Element Pack Pro, a great plugin with 3rd party integration.
Along with Elementor Pro, they all suffer the same custom data issue, though it is getting better, forget the visual bells and whistles and start concentrating on data integration into PODS, Toolset, JetEngine and others
I give detailed reports on how to recreate the bug, step by step plus screenshots. Their answer is always the same, and it was the same with Zemez's previous suite and themes, "give us access to your site". I am sorry, that does not do it for me, and even when I did, they could not get in when the team at Toolset had no problems.
Crocoblock is very well rounded, save for a couple of advanced issues and 1 irritating one (JetTheme Core and Elementor Pro sometimes clash, and if you do not disable JetTheme Core, Elementor will not allow you to create Archive Templates), it is a great plugin suite. I use it daily. +79
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