Divi and Elementor are no doubt among the most popular WordPress page builders at the moment, even despite the fact that the core WordPress Gutenberg editor has shifted the editing focus completely, now offering pretty much the same block-based website building approach.
So the first question is: if Gutenberg is for good, aren’t third-party proprietary page builders becoming obsolete? Or can you blend any with the core Block Editor effectively?
The good news is that both builders have already embraced Gutenberg to give you access to really advanced customization opportunities.
Sticking to the forward-looking approach of building websites in WordPress, Gutenberg integration is not something we can simply mention in passing (especially when we know that more change is afoot).
So before we go any further and compare the two, we believe it’s reasonable to at first elaborate on how each of the WordPress page builder plugins in question deals with Gutenberg.
After that piece is clarified, we’ll look into a more traditional comparison checklist of the features, editing experiences, pricing tags, and all the important things you need to weight out before making your choice. » Read More