Page Builder Plugins

Everyone aspires to design and code beautiful pages from the scratch but lacks the necessary code skills. If you are one of them, don’t fret because the Page Builder Plugins are here to help you build beautiful and gorgeous pages with something as simple as a drag-and-drop functionality. You can create a landing page or a blog welcome page look awesome using these.

eCommerce website design emphasises on making the page easy to navigate and non-glitchy.

Here are the top five-page builder plugins, which are the best ones for Interface, including widgets or other styling features.

Thrive Architect

Thrive Architect is a powerful front-end builder, which works on the principle, “What you see is what you get.” It is the most popular choice by almost every web design company in India and abroad alike as it focuses on conversion rates. It has over 150 built-in landing page templates, which are designed to convert. It is thus preferred for blogging and affiliate marketing pages and websites as it increases the conversion rates for them. The styling options provided in it are fairly detailed. They include the custom spacing and responsive controls too.

Beaver Builder

Beaver Builder is also a front-end editor that lets you see the same view as your audience. The advantage of the front-end editor is that you can edit pages to look exactly as you want by adding videos, CTA buttons, forms etc. It contains built-in templates for both the landing pages and the content pages. Though it works with any theme, if you really want it to shine then use the Beaver Builder Theme included in its Pro and Agency plans.

Divi Builder

eCommerce website design requires tools that can give you control over all aspects of the page. Earlier, Divi Builder allowed editing only the back-end interface, but with the release of Divi 3.0, it can be used for editing both the back-end as well as the visual front-end interface. It has 46 content modules to let you add portfolios, testimonials, pricing tables, and much more. It is easy to play with spacing to get that perfect layout for the page. In case you make any mistake, then you can undo it as it logs all your actions. When creating a new design, you can add the whole or a part of it to the library for further reference. The best part of this Page Builder Plugin is the built-in Divi Leads, which lets you test unlimited rows, columns, and modules so as to optimise each and every aspect of your page.

Elementor

Though it is a relatively new page builder on the circuit, having launched in 2016, it has made its presence felt among any company for web design India and abroad alike with 1,000,000 active installs. It is a smooth interface with interesting elements that lets you get a detailed control over every element on the page. Its quick, easy, and glitch-free visual interface has powerful features and flexible styling options. Its ‘Embed Anywhere’ feature lets you embed the layouts in the sidebar, footer, or anywhere on your site. It has 28 free widgets and if you go with the Pro version you would get another 30. Similarly, the free version has around 40 templates, while in the Pro version hundreds more are added.

SiteOrigin Page Builder

Unlike Elementor, SiteOrigin Page Builder has existed for long and earned the distinction of being the most popular page builder plugin listed on WordPress.org. Though it is not as lightweight as other plugins, when it comes to performance, it is out of the world and has tons of really helpful CSS controls. You get theme independence, both front and back-end editing, styles for rows/widgets, and undo/redo with it. This helps you build pages with widgets rather than custom elements or modules used by the other page builders.

There are various types of Page Builder Plugins available, but when choosing a particular one, you need to consider a few things. Though all include the basic elements, if you are looking for some specific elements, then you need to be mindful of what you are choosing. This is because not all page builders include the detailed elements and some get them locked in their premium versions.

Author bio:

This article is shared by Michael Anderson, he is a web designer and SEO expert with Techmagnate in the Boston, USA.

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