Gutenberg vs Elementor: Comparing The New WordPress Block Editor To Elementor

Put down your pitchforks, hardcore WordPress users – we know that comparing Gutenberg vs Elementor isn’t the fairest of fights. These two editors are at different stages in their development and have different focuses.

But here’s the thing:

Not everyone is a power user who’s been closely following the development of the new WordPress block editor (dubbed “Gutenberg”). Some people just want a page builder because it lets them add some extra styling to their posts and pages.

And once WordPress 5.0 ships, a lot of normal WordPress users are going to be wondering how Gutenberg and Elementor stack up and which tool is right for them (if you’re reading this post, you might well be one of those folks!).

Well, we have the WordPress 5.0 Release Candidate as well as the latest version of Elementor on our test site. So…let’s find out.

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Envato Elements – Template Kits Plugin Review

Template kits is an interesting foray into the plugin space by the behemoth WordPress themes seller, Envato. It’s a free plugin, available in the official directory, which allows you to import ready-designed pages and blocks using the Elementor or Beaver Builder page editors.

A Gutenberg category may potentially be also on the cards in the future, but it’ll first likely need some sort of layout options incorporated within it before you can design pages similar in scope to that of the other two builders.

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Elementor Review – A Powerful Page Builder That You Can Use For Free

If there’s one thing WordPress users love, it’s drag and drop page builders. And when it comes to page builders, Elementor is one of my favorites.

Though Elementor is a relative newcomer to the page builder scene, it’s quickly become a popular option thanks to its smooth front-end builder interface and detailed styling options.

In this Elementor review, I’ll take you in-depth and hands-on with everything this plugin has to offer. For the purposes of the review, I’ll be using the free version of the plugin, but I’ll also hit you with some of the reasons you should consider upgrading to the Pro version.

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