Elementor Pro is a developer-friendly plugin that lets you use core WordPress elements in Elementor. For instance, you can add a preset site title, author box, business logo, or various post data to the Elementor page builder without having to recreate them again.
The widgets are actually linked to these elements back-end code and are automatically generated when they’re requested.
Once added in Elementor, you cannot edit the site title or logo since they are the default ones. Instead, you can customize them by doing things like making them bounce or changing their color… Styling them a bit to match the template design.
The nice part about this add-on is that it lets you save the design you created for a post and import it as a template for future(or past) posts and pages.
AnyWhere Elementor lets you save the templates that you create and embed them in other areas using shortcodes. But that’s not all. With this add-on, you can also create multiple layouts, add post elements, or create hooks to GeneratePress and OceanWP themes.
I created a template via Elementor, posted its shortcode in another post, and the template showed up there exactly as I built it.
This WordPress plugin adds a number of elements to help Elementor work better with WooCommerce, as well as some other helpful elements. For WooCommerce, it adds buttons that you usually find in a store sidebar: Product categories, Recent products, Best selling products, Popular products, Featured products and Products on sale.
This will definitely help if you want to create a landing page to promote specific products in your online store.
Besides the WooCommerce-related widgets, the plugin also provides two post-related add-ons (recent posts and posts by category) and new options for Post grid, Pricing table, and Services. Elementor Addon Elements adds some neat new elements that haven’t been featured in any of the previous add-ons.
Like flip boxes, text separators, pricing tables, post lists, animated text, and various forms of text splitting. I personally like this plugin because it is easy to use, with no confusing functions, and adds awesome and interactive features to your content.
That is, unlike the other free Elementor add-ons, it’s mainly just focused on giving you cool new ways to manipulate regular content.
In short, this add-on is good if you want to animate your site a bit, but you can also use it to add a professional note to your business. As you can tell from the name, it will stylize and customize your menus via the Elementor interface by simply dragging and dropping a few widgets.
It’s important to mention that the tool doesn’t create a new menu for you, it only adds new styling to the ones you already have on your WordPress dashboard.
Nav Menu Addons gives you three menus possibilities– default menu, mega menu, and overlay menu – to which you can add branding options and a search box. The overlay menus open in a full-screen overlay,lightbox-like window.
This add-on was made to let you create new headers and footers in Elementor. Basically, you can design a header or footer with Elementor and add it to your site. The only catch is that the plugin only works with 5 specific themes, all of which are popular themes for Elementor:
It also provides new elements such as Email subscription, Sliders, Styled Google map and WordPress menus. What I like about this plugin is that anything you create can be added anywhere on your site. For instance, I created a small landing page and I was able to use it as a homepage header, put it in single post content, on the search results page, or even make it show up as a 404 page.
You can also remove your actual theme CSS and only keep what you designed with the page builder. With StylePress, you can practically create a new theme from scratch because you can put together various layouts and templates and add them where they belong on the site.
StylePress has two concepts: Inner Style is the one you use in posts and pages and may vary from page to page. Outer Style is the same throughout the whole website and includes the header, logo, footer, and sidebar.
In short, this plugin lets you create templates for both styles and arrange everything to make it look like an actual theme design. Just create a layout and assign it to a style and a page type.