Looking for the best WordPress page builder plugin to design more advanced content on your WordPress site? While the new WordPress block editor added more design flexibility to the native WordPress editor, page builder plugins still take things even further and give you full drag-and-drop design control.
That means you can create more complex, stylish designs without requiring any technical knowledge or writing a single line of code, which is pretty awesome!
In this post, we’ve collected seven of the best WordPress drag-and-drop page builder plugins. We installed each plugin on a test site using our Foodica Lite theme to give you a hands-on look at how each tool helps you design your content. Beyond a real look at each plugin’s interface, we’ll also share key features, pricing information, and help you pick the best plugin for your needs.
All of these plugins are fully compatible with the new WordPress block editor. So whether you’re using the classic WordPress editor or the block editor, you’ll be able to add a great new drag-and-drop editing experience to your site.
(we’ll also look at WordPress’ new “Gutenberg” block editor separately at the end of this post!)
We would like to share with you a very easy way to create a Photography Portfolio for your WordPress website, no matter what theme you’re using.
Recently, we have discovered the Easy Photography Portfolio plugin and it’s already one of our favorite plugins and a must-have for photographers and other creatives.
Even if you already have a photography website or a photography WordPress theme, this plugin will be a great addition, as it will help you create a separate portfolio with a professional look, so you can keep your blog posts separately. Continue Reading
Food blogs are a huge trend among bloggers these days. Most of them are only a search away and you get to discover different cuisines through lots of recipes, from easy-to-prepare to the most sophisticated ones.
Our Foodica theme is one of the food bloggers’ favorite and this way we get to interact with lots of interesting food blogs.Continue Reading
As the Gutenberg release is approaching with every new day, we’re continuing to make good progress around the new editor and make sure that all of our themes are already compatible with it.
Today we’re happy to announce the release of our first Gutenberg plugin – Recipe Card Blocks.
As you might have already guessed, Recipe Card Blocks by WPZOOM is a plugin for food bloggers. Even though the plugin was inspired by our popular theme for food bloggers — Foodica, the good news is that you can use it with any existing theme. Continue Reading
Once you already have a blog with good and original content, constant readers and even a community created around it, it might be an excellent idea to start monetizing it. At least, it would be a proper way to get a revenue for maintaining the blog in terms of domain and hosting expenses. Although, it’s no news that nowadays blogging has become a full-time job for many content creators.
From our experience, many of the pre-sale inquiries involve questions regarding the possibility of integrating ads within our themes. Since the ad integration seems to be one of the factors that influence the decision of whether using a certain theme or not, we’ve created this exhaustive guide on how ads can be used within WordPress themes.