Looking for the best WordPress website builder? Or the best WordPress theme builder, depending on your chosen parlance? Thanks to intrepid WordPress developers, website building
Back in June of 2016, we were one of the first sites to write an Elementor review. It’s been almost four years since then. And
While it might seem hard to design a website without some coding experience, it’s a straightforward process if you have the right tools to do
Do you build sites with Elementor for a living? If so, you’re going to want to check out our Crocoblock review. Crocoblock is a toolkit
I remember back in the good old days. Blogging was, comparatively, easy. You just bought a domain, made your blog page your homepage, and called it a day. Heck, I remember even having to hack my way around WordPress just to make a static page my homepage.
One of the great things about open-source software is that it’s “open” for other developers to tap into and extend. That openness is part of
Looking for the best WordPress page builder plugin so that you can start creating content with a visual, drag-and-drop interface? Page builders have taken the
One of the gratifying things about Gutenberg is that it keeps creating a healthy competition for the proprietary WordPress page builders, such as Divi or
Divi vs Elementor…Looking for the perfect page builder for your WordPress site? If you’ve been perusing your options, you’ve probably come across these two popular tools: Divi Builder and Elementor.
Here at WPLift, we share a lot of tutorials and tips to help you build websites with WordPress. However, despite its popularity, WordPress is not
If you want to go beyond the limitations of theme and plugin options to truly customize how every element looks on your WordPress site, CSS
Ever wished that you could edit and write WordPress posts from the front end of your site? If so, you’re in luck because WordPress front
Back in June 2017, we reviewed a new visual website builder for WordPress called Oxygen. That was Oxygen 1.0. Now, the team at Soflyy (also
WordPress users love page builders. And when it comes to page builders, we’re already a bit spoiled for choice. But Blox Page Builder aims to
CSS gives you the power to change pretty much everything about how your WordPress site looks. It’s that powerful… But here’s the problem with CSS:
If this post caught your eye, you’re probably a fan of how easy Elementor makes it to design pages on your WordPress site. But having
Back in November 2017, the team behind Tailor Page Builder made the hard decision to bow out of the page builder market because of, in
In the past few weeks, we’ve been diving into add-ons for popular WordPress page builders. These are essentially “plugins for plugins” that add additional functionality to
Elementor vs WPBakery Page Builder (formerly known as Visual Composer Page Builder) is an interesting comparison because it’s pitting two page builders with vastly different
In the past few weeks, we’ve featured posts on Elementor add-ons and Beaver Builder add-ons, which may have left you to think that we’ve forgotten
With its 400,000+ active installs, Beaver Builder is one of the most popular WordPress page builders that you’ll find. It also has a huge developer
If you’ve read my Elementor review here at WPLift (or one of the many other Elementor reviews out there), you know that one of the
Quite often we hear about WordPress alternatives, but it’s hard to be sold on a website builder that goes up against WordPress. The Duda responsive Website
Struggling to pick the perfect page builder for your WordPress site? I already compared two giants in the form of Divi vs Elementor. Now, I’m
Interested in a tool that bills itself as “more flexible than typical page builders and as powerful as hand-coding”? Oxygen is a new WYSIWYG visual
After stumbling upon the HTML to WordPress app, I began to wonder what the point of it was. Why? I had never had the need
Want to create more beautiful WordPress content? That’s a pretty easy question to answer, right? We have plenty of awesome page builders for heavy-duty page building. But what about a lightweight tool for beautifying regular ‘ole post content? That is, what about a “page builder for posts”? That’s how Setka Editor, the plugin I’m reviewing today, is branded.
Ever wished you could build a custom footer with Visual Composer or another page builder? Not too long ago, I reviewed a plugin called Smart Footer System that helps you do just that…plus a bunch more!
What do you do when you’re launching a new site or working on an existing one? Did you install a third-party plugin to let you create coming soon or maintenance pages? Or do you just…not put up anything at all because it’s too much trouble to go through setting up dedicated maintenance and coming soon pages?
The plugin I’m going to review in this post lets you customize pretty much every aspect of your WordPress site’s footer. It’s called Smart Footer System and it lets you choose a different footer for each post type on your site. Or, if you want even more control, you can even choose a custom footer for individual posts or pages.
So, given that I’ve already spent some time telling you why Elementor is perfect for marketers, I’d like to take this post to dig into some of the best features of Elementor Pro. Because with Elementor Pro, you’re getting a package of features that is truly unique.
In this post, I’ll dig into some of the ways that marketers can benefit from the Elementor page builder. If you’d like to see some more general thoughts on Elementor, check out my Elementor review from a few months ago.
Unlike regular page builders, CloudPress is a full-scale theme builder that lets you create your own WordPress theme using a simple drag and drop builder. Why is this distinction important? Because CloudPress will let you edit every single aspect of your site. There no restrictions on headers, page widths, or footers. And all of this is accomplished using a drag and drop editor.
Divi is the latest theme from Elegant Themes and is rising in popularity thanks in large part to its exceptional visual appeal and host of
If you’re reading this Divi Review, you’ve probably been looking at a mind-numbingly high number of WordPress themes trying to find the absolute perfect design
BoldGrid is a WordPress based website builder aiming to compete with the likes of Squarespace and Wix. It tries to handle the whole design process from start to finish, enabling even novice site owners to create fully-featured designs.
We’ve all heard about Visual Composer, right? No? Neither have I. Just kidding. To be fair, I’ve never used Visual Composer on a personal project.
Drag and drop is now one of the biggest things in website development. The concept of easily changing your website’s layout with nothing more than
Page Builder Sandwich is a new light-weight and free landing page plugin for WordPress. It is designed to work with any WordPress theme and has
There has been a lot of talk lately about WordPress page builders competitors such as Squarespace and Wix with both of those sites seeing huge
Divi is the flag-ship multipurpose theme from ElegantThemes which includes their Divi Builder and many pre-made layouts for you to choose from. It is designed
Today we are going to be taking a look at a unique take on providing WordPress themes, named CloudPress, it is an app which lets
Today we have another review of a front-end page editing plugin. This plugin is created by the folks at Shindiri Studio, a Serbian based company
There are lots of Drag and Drop content editing plugins being released lately as people are wanting more control over how their sites look without
Velocity Page is a newly released WordPress plugin that allows you to build page layouts and edit the content of those pages through the frontend
The Startup Design Framework is advertised as a tool primarily aimed at start-ups who are looking to build a better website for their organisation or
Elegant Themes is one of the most popular WordPress Premium Theme providers. Well known for their beautifully designed themes and plugins, Elegant Themes has so
One of my favorite things about WordPress is that if you have an idea for a website you can almost instantly make it happen. After