Drag and drop page builders have become extremely popular with WordPress. This should not come as a surprise. Page creators allow anyone to create professional website design and create stylish content using a user-friendly interface. Since functionality is added to your website by WordPress plugins, page builders can be used with any WordPress theme. Since version 5.0, the Gutenberg block editor has been the default editing experience in WordPress. Even though I love the simplicity of the block editor, it has few customization options, so it is difficult to create advanced layouts. While the goal of each page builder is to simplify the process of creating and styling content and layouts, they all work in different ways, so it is up to you to determine which solution meets your needs.
The major factors to be noted are:
- Modules – Drag and drop page builders offer their own unique content modules. They are sometimes referred to as blocks, elements, or widgets. It is important to choose a solution that has the modules you need, be it tables, styling, media support, or whatever.
- Interface – Most drag and drop builders take some time to understand how they work, although study learning curves may prove to be the most efficient solution over the long term in some study builders.
- Pre-made templates – Pre-built template layouts allow you to quickly and effectively create beautiful pages.
- Price – Many great page builders are available free of charge, although you will normally have to upgrade to unlock all the functionality. If you need to use the solution on many websites, the cost may increase further.
Here is a list of popular WordPress page builders:
- Beaver Builder
- Divi Builder
- Thrive Architect
- SiteOrigin Page Builder
- WPBakery Page Builder
- Themify Builder
- Visual Composer
- Live Composer
- WP Page Builder
- GeneratePress with Sections
- Page Builder Sandwich
- Visual Page Builder from MotoPress
- Open Source Software ,