Can I use Drag & Drop Page Builder Plugins?

Yes! If you need more flex­i­bil­i­ty for cre­at­ing your pages, we’ve test­ed the most famous Page Builder plu­g­ins to make sure that they’re work­ing flaw­less­ly with Rosa.

Which plugins do you recommend?

  1. Visu­al Com­pos­er ($34)
  2. Site­O­ri­gin Page Builder (Free)
  3. Moto­Press Con­tent Edi­tor ($29)
  4. Beaver Builder ($99)

Where should I use them?

We rec­om­mend the use of Page Builders for pre­sen­ta­tion pages using their drag-and-drop fea­tures to cre­ate lay­outs and fill them inside pages con­tent and not inside Hero Area, with a diver­si­ty of styling ele­ments (but­ton, charts, icons etc).

Do you offer customer support for them?

No — we test­ed them and applied some improve­ments in Rosa to make sure the things are not bro­ken — none of their ele­ments or styles were not specif­i­cal­ly changed. For any ques­tions regard­ing poten­tial prob­lems, please refer to their authors.

Which one is better for my needs?

Each of the plu­g­ins men­tioned above has their pros and cons. I rec­om­mend you to take over the Moto­Press Con­tent Edi­tor vs Visu­al Com­pos­er vs Site­O­ri­gin Page Builder vs Beaver Builder com­par­i­son table and decide on your own.

NOTE: We’ve inte­grat­ed sup­port for the lat­est night­ly-build of the Short­cake plu­g­in func­tion­al­i­ty into Rosa.

This article applies to Rosa, as they share the same underlying structure.

Updated on April 19, 2017

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