Elementor Pro page builder for WordPress

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  1. Download the plugin file (.zip) via the button on this page.
  2. Login to your WordPress admin dashboard.
  3. Navigate to 'Plugins > Add New' in the sidebar.
  4. Click the 'Add New' button on the top of the page.
  5. Click on 'Upload Plugin' on the top of the page.
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Elementor Pro Page Builder for WordPress

Launched in 2016, Elementor quickly rose to the charts and is now active on over 5,000,000 websites while maintaining an impressive 96% rating out of 5,535 comments on WordPress.org.

Elementor helps you add advanced styling, layout, and design elements to your WordPress content without you needing to know the code. In the new Pro version of Elementor, you can even design your entire WordPress theme without having to know any code.

Unsure whether nulled Elementor PRO  is the right page builder plugin for your website? We’ll show you what this tool is all about, list all of its pros and cons, and help you decide whether or not to use it.

Here is everything you need to know about Elementor page builder plugin for WordPress.

What is Elementor?

Specifically, Elementor is a drag and drop page builder plugin. It consists of two parts, which we will therefore analyze each:

  • Visual means that when you design your content, you see exactly what your visitors will see. There is never any confusion about the look of your page once you publish it.
  • Drag and drop means you can move around various design elements – like buttons, forms or images – just by dragging them. No code is needed!

The end result is a tool that helps you give your WordPress site the look you want without having to learn code (or hire a developer).

Once you have installed Elementor:

  • You can create new pages or a new site with the style, layout or features you need. You are not limited to what your current WordPress theme offers.
  • You can keep your current theme, as Elementor works with all WordPress themes (as long as you have WordPress version 5.0 or higher).
  • You will have an entirely separate (and much more intuitive) editor to work with. You won’t need to use the native WordPress editing interface.
  • You edit your pages or site from the main interface, which means you see exactly what your visitors are seeing in their browser, no need to constantly save drafts and previews.

Of course, there are other manufacturers that offer similar features, but they usually have a big downside – either they offer awesome editing features but there is no free plan, or they offer a free plan but with a lot less models (which are not as good looking either).

Elementor truly sets you free in more than one way. Let’s take a closer look at what it lets you do.

More than 300 ready-to-use templates

Even if you don’t have an eye for design, they make it easy to create beautiful, professional-looking websites. There are two types of templates: full page templates (called Pages) and smaller individual elements (called sections).

Pre-built templates

The easiest way to get started with Elementor is to use a pre-built template. Elementor has over 150 designs, of which around 40 are available for free. (Unfortunately, you can’t filter by “free” and instead have to manually search for the little “Pro” tag in the corner of each template).

To create multiple pages with different layouts in a cohesive look, you can choose pages from the same family. Elementor calls these “kits”, but there is no way to search for “kits” in the library itself.

For even more variety, you can import Elementor page templates from third-party vendors like ThemeForest.

If you want to have full control over your design, you don’t even have to use a template, you can build your page from scratch.

Tip: By default, Elementor templates are placed in the body of your page, which means your theme’s header, footer, and sidebar elements will always be visible. Depending on your theme and the specific template you’re using, this combination can look pretty weird.

To remove these elements and start with a really blank slate, go to Settings and change the Layout setting to “Elementor Canvas”.

Use a section (block)

In addition to entire pages, you can use templates for smaller individual elements called blocks.

Elementor has over 200 ready-to-use blocks for pricing tables, testimonials, meet the team presentations, portfolios, and more.

Like templates, some content blocks are free, while “Pro” blocks are paid.

Pro tip: If you plan to reuse the same elements on different pages, you can create your own templates:

You can also export your templates and use them on other WordPress sites. This feature is particularly useful if you are creating websites for clients.

Dragging a Widget

Unlike blocks, widgets are smaller, more contained elements like text, images, titles, and maps. You can drag as many Widgets as you want onto any page.

Elementor offers 30 free widgets (and over 50 paid ones), and you can also insert native WordPress widgets from the same toolbar on the left. Depending on the flexibility of your WordPress theme, you can get the look and functionality you want using only Elementor and WordPress free widgets.

Use the drag and drop editor

Once you’ve chosen a template and added all of the content blocks and widgets you want, you can use the editor to click on any element on the page and make local changes to it.

One of my favorite things about Elementor’s drag and drop editor is that it gives you fine control over every element. You can adjust almost every detail of your site’s content blocks, widgets, text, images, columns, and separators.

  • Define exact margins and padding by pixel or percentage
  • Add custom widths to elements and set fixed page positions
  • Position widgets, text or images in columns
  • Adjust the width and space between columns
  • Add advanced motion and hover effects
  • Here are some other features that I have found particularly useful:
  • When you right click in the upper right corner of any element, you see all the editing possibilities
  • You can duplicate content blocks with one click

Make changes to the mobile version of your site

While all Elementor templates meet the needs of cellphones by default, Elementor gives you control over your site design. With the mobile editing feature, you can fine-tune the look of your site on smartphones and tablets.

You can change the settings to show or hide items, change the order of columns and settings, and change the margins to suit the screen size. You can even set different font sizes for different devices, to ensure that the text on your site is always easily readable.

Warning: If you build your site entirely from scratch without using a template, it will not be suitable for mobile phones, but you can use the mobile editing feature to create a separate mobile version.

Build your complete WordPress Website with Elementor

It wouldn’t be an Elementor review without covering the latest version of Elementor Pro.

Until recently, Elementor was only intended for your content. You still needed a quality theme underneath.

With version 2.0 of Elementor Pro, you can now build your entire theme with the same drag-and-drop Elementor interface, including your header, footer, and blog post templates.

To build your theme, you must first select the part of your theme that you want to build, then you can use the same Elementor interface (with the addition of widgets for this type of content) to build your layout.

For example, if you are building your blog post template, you will be able to drag widgets to the:

  • Title of the article
  • Show content
  • Metadata on authors
  • Etc.

Create pages without pressure: Version history

Sometimes one, two, or even three cancellations is not enough to reverse a conceptual catastrophe. It’s okay, it happens to the best of us!

This is where the History Panel comes in. In this panel, you can either view individual changes under the Actions tab, or entire versions of saved pages under the Revisions tab. You just need to click on the “Go Back” button to restore an old version of your page.

  • You can make almost unlimited changes to each page, but you cannot define many global styles (site wide) without purchasing a premium membership. This can make it tedious for free users to get a consistent look from page to page.
  • As fast and awesome as it is, the editor can be a bit confused at times. If it gets stuck, you may need to restart it all the way or leave and reinsert it.

Elementor Free vs. Pro: Which is the best choice for you?

Elementor stands out with its feature-rich free plan. For many personal and even business websites, the free version is more than enough. You can build custom sites and pages with all the basic functions and use most of the fancy design functions.

The free version of Elementor includes:

  • Full use of the manufacturer’s platform, including live design, mobile editing, version history, etc.
  • Over 30 widgets for images, text boxes, maps, audio files, and more
  • Over 40 page templates (including royalty-free photos)
  • Over 100 block templates for FAQs, features, testimonials, “team meetings”, and more

What you will get with Pro

Now about this Pro Edition. It is true that it contains some interesting elements that experienced users will appreciate:

  • Over 50 additional content elements / modules.
  • Over 300 additional page templates.
  • Theme generator (the module that allows you to modify the headers and footers of your current theme).
  • WooCommerce Builder (the module that allows you to rebuild your WooCommerce product pages).
  • Popup Builder (module that allows you to create pop-ups and integrate them into a membership form or into a special offer or reduction).
  • Visual Form Builder (comes with integrations with popular marketing tools).
  • You can create global widgets and reuse them throughout the site.
  • Add custom CSS stylesheets to any Elementor block.
  • Deploy Elementor elements in sidebars and widgets.

The advantages of Elementor:

  • It’s free. And most new websites won’t need to upgrade to Pro.
  • It has an exceptional range of features and is easy to use.
  • Again, the range of features available for free is more than impressive.
  • It allows you to create custom layouts and designs which may not be available in your current theme and does not require any HTML, CSS or PHP skills.
  • Features like inline text editing and real-time previews give you a true “what you see is what you get” editing interface.
  • The ability to separately adjust the views of your desktop, tablet and mobile phone.
  • There are very detailed settings for all alignments, margins and padding values. Nothing is beyond your control.

The disadvantages of Elementor:

  • Adding a custom style to links does not always go as expected. You might get stuck on Elementor’s default typography and color settings, which is not necessarily what you want.
  • If an element is misaligned on the page, it is often difficult to find the exact value of the margin that is at fault. For example, you can have a primary block, a column inside of it, and then a content item inside of it. Each of them has their own margin settings.

Conclusion

The numbers don’t lie when it comes to Elementor. It is already one of the leading page builders, and the developers continue to make major new improvements on a regular basis.

Since the free and nulled version of Elementor PRO is very generous, you just need to install it on a WordPress test site and try it out for yourself. If you like how the interface works, then you may want to consider upgrading to nulled Elementor Pro for theme building, more elements / templates, and other useful features.