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WordPress

Cisco Rendon
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Cisco Rendon
Courses Plus Student 35,999 Points

Has anyone ever used "Page Builder by SiteOrigin" before?

Curious to know if this will work just as well for me as if I just design the page on wordpress then adjusting it with either html/css coding

2 Answers

ben pines
ben pines
8,389 Points

If you decide you want something a bit different, my company recently released a frontend page builder that is the fastest page builder, and its totally free.

https://elementor.com

I'd love to hear your thoughts on it.

Matt Campbell
Matt Campbell
9,767 Points

Wouldn't go anywhere near it. It'll generate code that you don't need or want. I may be wrong but it's the first thought I have about drag and drop web design.

Cisco Rendon
Cisco Rendon
Courses Plus Student 35,999 Points

You know what, I actually downloaded it the next day just to try it. I wasted two hours of my time with that wordpress plugin. For it to be used properly, I had to download more plugins for the full features. I just didn't want to write out some coding for the site and was trying a shortcut. I learned my lesson that day. As I said before, I wasted two hours. Drag and drop websites, sorry but they never grabbed my attention. I think that is a poor man way to design a website. Just saying... Thanks for the feedback Matthew, stay in touch. I might need more feedback in other areas of front end and back end designing.