Designing with Elementor: 10 Brilliant Features.

elementor is a great tool.

The free version of Elementor offers limitless design possibilities. On the other hand, the pro version empowers you with more professional tools that speed up your workflow and allow you to get more conversions and sales. 

In this article, I will run through 10 great features of Elementor to whet your appetite for design.

1. Theme Builder

With Elementor Pro Theme Builder, you are no longer restricted to your theme limitations. You can visually design your header, footer, archive page, single posts, and all other parts of your site using Elementor. This works on any WordPress theme and requires no coding whatsoever to achieve. No other theme or plug-in offers this as a solution. By making the entire web design process visual and code-free, you are able to complete projects significantly faster than ever before. 

2. WooCommerce Builder

Elementor Pro is capable of taking the design of your e-commerce site to the next level by allowing you to create and customize for your WooCommerce. There is absolutely no need to buy a WooCommerce theme, instead, you can customise the WooCommerce parts yourself using the visual editor. The WooCommerce parts you can create the custom templates of include: single product page, shop page, and cart page.

3. Form Builder

Elementor Pro gives you access to the Form Widget. You can use the widget to add a form to the page/theme builder template you are working on. The widget allows you to create a wide range of form types, thanks to its extensive field type support. Some of the field types supported by the form widget of Elementor include text, email, file upload, and password.

4. Pop up Builder

Popup Builder is one of the special features you can upgrade to with the pro version. The feature allows you to create stunning pop-ups without any coding needed. You can even use the offered ready-made form templates to streamline your workflow. There are over 100 ready-made pop-up templates offered on the website. From email subscription pop-ups, cookie consent pop-ups, notification bars, and so on. 

5. Third-Party Integrations

as mentioned above, you can use the Form widget of Elementor to create a wide range of forms thanks to its extensive form fields support. One of which, you can use the Form widget to create an email opt-in form to generate leads. You can connect your form with popular email marketing services like ActiveCampaign, GetResponse, and so on.

6. Custom CSS

It’s true that Elementor allows you to create beautiful pages on your WordPress site without dealing with CSS. However, if you want to create a completely unique website, you can make use of your CSS skills. The feature allows you to implement the CSS features that are not yet available on Elementor. You can add custom CSS to every Elementor element. 

7. Motion Effects 

Elementor Pro comes with setting options to allow you to apply motion effects to an element on the page you are working on. You can make use of the feature to add animation effects to your page without needing to understand JavaScript. You can combine this feature with Lottie animation to take your animation effects beyond.

8. Over 90 Widgets

As you know, Elementor is released as a freemium plug-in, meaning that there is a free version available to allow you to enjoy the experience of using it without spending a dime. The fact, the pro version is technically an add-on for the free version. While the free version offers basic widgets, the pro version comes with more advanced widgets like Forms, Posts, login, Price list, and so on. 

 9. Dynamic Content

Not only can you use Elementor to create static websites. Thanks to its dynamic content support, you can also use it to create a dynamic website such as a blog, news portal, listing website, and other types of dynamic websites. 

10. Custom Fields

The pro version allows you to add custom fields. By maximising this feature, you can use it to create any type of website with minimum plug-ins possible. The pro version is compatible with Pods, Advanced Custom Fields, Toolset, and JetEngine. 

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