August 22, 2016 at 21:18 UTC - Views: 41 #19495mythusmageParticipant
Do you have any recommendations?August 22, 2016 at 22:52 UTC - Views: 44 #30463scramblerModerator
Page builder by SiteOrigin has a good reputation
https://wordpress.org/plugins/siteorigin-panels/August 22, 2016 at 23:08 UTC - Views: 42 #30464MaureenParticipant
Beaver Builder too, although I have never used it.August 23, 2016 at 02:33 UTC - Views: 47 #30465
I use SiteOrigins Page Builder and can vouch for it being compatible with Weaver Xtreme. It’s perfect for whenever you want to arrange items side-by-side in the main content area. Or whenever you wish to use widgets in the main content area. Or whenever you wish to arrange multiple widgets in a widget area.
Some random pages where it’s really come in handy:August 23, 2016 at 02:50 UTC - Views: 46 #30466
I should also mention that the PageBuilder content is responsive.
And you can create PageBuilder templates or clone existing pages if you’re going to use the same layout repeatedly.August 24, 2016 at 01:05 UTC - Views: 43 #30467mythusmageParticipant
What of Simply Symphony?August 24, 2016 at 02:27 UTC - Views: 45 #30468
What of Simply Symphony?
It looks worthwhile for testing. I’ve never used it. A couple of things jump out at me though:
– it’s version 0.2.7.8. Pre-1.0 versions of software are often unfinished and untested, ie beta software.
– there are only a handful of ratings at the WordPress website and very little other online information or reviews.
Are you aware of a software called Instant WordPress? It allows you to install WordPress right on your computer by emulating all of the necessary server and database features. It’s an excellent way to test uncommon or new WordPress themes and plugins without any potential consequences to your live website.August 24, 2016 at 02:52 UTC - Views: 43 #30469scramblerModerator
You are better off creating a test site online in a subfolder of your live site. Like that if you have any problems, we can access it and help.
On a local site we cannot have access to it, so we cannot provide any meaningful support.August 24, 2016 at 11:45 UTC - Views: 55 #30470KiefferParticipant
Have a look at Elementor, new but amazing.August 27, 2021 at 14:18 UTC - Views: 35 #69488lusiecharlesParticipant
Before choosing any page builder you must research the performance & compatibility of any page builder. There are lots of resources where you will find the comparison of page builders, I found resource on Google about best WordPress page builders comparison based on the testing, performance & benchmarking with different elements & that results will help you to decide which page builder you should choose & Why.
Hope this helps
Moderators note: I found this review to be based almost totally on metrics with little or no evaluation of user friendliness or usability. From my own experience, and from general feedback from many many users, Elementor seems to be the best supported and easiest to use.
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