If you’re just beginning to use WordPress, you’ll soon find out about all of the amazing ways you can use it to design a website to bring in more traffic and reduce bounce rates. Maybe you’re wanting to skip learning detailed coding to get your website looking just how you want it to.

Thankfully, page builders exist to make the job a whole lot easier. Even if you’re a website developer you can get a lot out of using a page builder and we’re going to be talking about two that have been battling it out for the top spot for the past several months.

Below, you’ll read about Divi vs. Elementor and what the benefits are for both products. We’ll talk about what could be improved, and if one is worth your money over the other. It’s important to find a page builder that has all of the necessary features to do what you need it to do.

What’s Divi?

WordPress originated with a few authentic themes and Divi is one of them. Because it’s been around for several years, there are thousands of people who use it everyday. Many people enjoy using it because there are specific features that you will only find by using Divi. It has enhanced and updated modules for just about every feature you’d want or need. Divi recently released a theme builder that is being praised all around the internet by web developers.

If you’re wanting something that has built-in templates, you’ll enjoy all of the templates that are in the template manager within Divi. A couple of things that are important to note when considering using this page builder is that there isn’t a popup builder, which can be a downfall for some people. There is also a steep learning curve that may take some time getting used to.

What’s Elementor?

Though it’s not part of the original page builders that comes with WordPress, it sure is getting more and more popular as the days go by. Elementor is incredibly easy to use, which is one of the biggest reasons it’s drawing new users in. There are a ton of amazing features to choose from and you can use the free page builder to test the waters and upgrade to a Pro package if you need more developer features than what the free version has to offer.

Whether you need to design headers, footers, post templates or even archive pages, you can do that in Elementor. One thing that’s putting this page builder up against a classic such as Divi is that it just implemented a popup builder and motion engine, which Divi doesn’t have. One thing that you may want to keep in mind is that Elementor could improve quite a bit on the templates that are available.

Divi vs. Elementor – Benefits

Below you’ll find some of the positive aspects of both Divi and Elementor. These aren’t all of the amazing things about each page builder, just some of the notable mentions.

Pros of Divi

[dsm_icon_list _builder_version=”4.3.2″][dsm_icon_list_child text=”You can choose from hundreds of templates” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”There’s inline text editing” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”A convenient front end page builder” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Over 40 elements to choose from, including global options” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Comes with a theme” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Fast and easy editing capabilities” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”It’s been around for years and is trusted” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][/dsm_icon_list]

Pros of Elementor

[dsm_icon_list _builder_version=”4.3.2″][dsm_icon_list_child text=”There is a combination template and block library” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Easy to personalize your website” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Live front end page editor” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”An incredible popup builder” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Free version” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”A lot of mobile responsive options” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Pro version available” font_icon=”%%277%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][/dsm_icon_list]

What Could Be Improved

Just like anything else in the world, there are some things that could be better. We’ve included a few of the more commonly mentioned cons of both Divi and Elementor.

Cons of Divi

[dsm_icon_list _builder_version=”4.3.2″][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Doesn’t have a popup builder” font_icon=”%%278%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”May take long to learn how to use” font_icon=”%%278%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”It can shortcode when deactivated” font_icon=”%%278%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Becomes glitchy with pages that are longer” font_icon=”%%278%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][/dsm_icon_list]

Cons of Elementor

[dsm_icon_list _builder_version=”4.3.2″][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Not many useful features” font_icon=”%%278%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Library options aren’t that great” font_icon=”%%278%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Customer support doesn’t always provide answers” font_icon=”%%278%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”Add-ons can cause problems” font_icon=”%%278%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”There isn’t a whitelable version” font_icon=”%%278%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][dsm_icon_list_child text=”It’s new and kinks are still being worked out” font_icon=”%%278%%” icon_padding=”8px” icon_font_size=”22px” _builder_version=”4.3.2″ transform_scale=”101%|101%” transform_origin=”46%|14%” position_origin_r=”top_right” width=”100%”][/dsm_icon_list_child][/dsm_icon_list]

Ease of Use

Let’s get into comparing each page builder to see how easy they are to use. It’s important to remember, just because something isn’t easy at first, doesn’t mean it’s not a great product.

Divi

You’ve already read that Divi can have a steep learning curve. This is because there are so many options packed into one place. It can be overwhelming to take it all in. People seem to either swear by Divi and solely use it or completely write it off.

One thing that makes it easy to use is that it can be used with practically every WordPress theme out there. It’s bundled with a plug-in, which makes it easier to use and saves you money in the long term. Even if you don’t work with the themes within Divi, it may be to your advantage to use this page builder, as there are several options to choose from if you ever want to switch things up.

Elementor

If you’re just starting out or you don’t have a lot of patience, you’ll enjoy how easy Elementor is to use. There’s a built-in navigator, along with convenient features like a finder and a right-click menu that makes it easy to get what you need.

It has a simple design that is easy to navigate, especially if you’ve never used WordPress before. There aren’t any messy shortcodes that experienced WordPress users will have to sift through either!

Value for the Price & Customer Support

Divi

Divi is a lot more cost-friendly, you can choose from a lifetime license or yearly payments. There isn’t a free version but they do offer a 30-day warranty if you don’t end up liking it. There are several different support channels that make it easy to get your problem solved in a short amount of time.

Elementor

There is a free version of Elementor, but if you want the Pro version, there are three options for a yearly fee that depend on how many websites you have. One thing to note is that their customer support team could use some improvement. Be prepared to not feel like a priority when reaching out with a question or concern.

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