Gutenberg vs Elementor?
Gutenberg vs Elementor? What do you think about Elementor Blocks for Gutenberg from a code perspective? Is it better to use templates created in Elementor and insert them in Gutenberg editor or is it exactly the same if you would use Elementor and design a page with it?
What if you use non-elementor blocks in Gutenberg but let’s say other pre-made blocks? What is the difference from the code perspective? I am just curious to understand as I know that Elementor adds a lot of HTML and CSS which is not always good for performance and people say using Gutenberg block editor WordPress is much better.
Elementor vs Gutenberg?
What would you do for example if you would like to design a single post template or post archive cards? What about Elementor in these cases? As I understand it overrides parts of the activated theme and adds a lot of CSS and JS. Isn’t it bad from performance and code perspective? There is Oxygen builder which is said to be really good and provides nice code, but I don’t like that it disables the theme completely. I like e.g. the WooCommerce functions of OceanWP that I don’t want to loose.
I’ve also read, using Gutenberg Blocks is better than building with Elementor. Why is this better from code perspective?
solved 0WordPress Plugins 10 months 2020-06-23T20:35:05+00:00 2020-06-23T20:35:05+00:00 8 Answers 0