Elementor vs UX-Builder – Comparing great WordPress page builders

1. Elementor http://bit.ly/44AqVYD
2. UX-Builder http://bit.ly/3B8oWNX


Instead of using the tools and templates included in WordPress, Elementor aims to help you create something different, showing you the outcome of your design as you assemble your page. This WordPress plugin (opens in new tab) doesn’t require previous HTML or CSS coding knowledge and it pairs easily with any WordPress theme. It includes helpful navigators, menus, which makes it straightforward and easy to understand.

Elementor includes both free and paid versions. The pro version includes hundreds of different template options that will help your website look more professional, and many many widgets to choose from and a built-in page editor. As far as website builder (opens in new tab) plugins go, Elementor has lots of options to pair with your WordPress themes.

The nice thing about the free version is that it still includes Elementor’s drag and drop creation tools, which helps make website building fast and easy. However, if you are looking for something more detailed, Elementor Pro comes with more features and support, meaning it might be worth splashing out a little extra, especially if you want to build and manage more than one website.


UX-Builder, a page builder of astounding quality that you might not be aware of yet. The page builder, which is only available to Flatsome Theme users, is not currently sold as a separate plugin. The Flatsome Theme is available on the famous Themeforest marketplace. You can read my review of the theme here: https://webstick.blog/flatsome-theme-review

The UX Builder is a front-end responsive page builder. This means you can build pages directly from the page and it works on all devices – mobile, tablet, and desktop. Divi, Elementor and Brizy are some of the best page builders available. These page builders are easy to use and do not require any web design skills. It is true that there are minor differences in these page builders. This means you will have to get used to them.

Other great WordPress page builders are:

1. Divi Builder http://bit.ly/41OLoXx
2. Avada Builder http://bit.ly/43ZIe5n

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