Just How many WordPress page builders are there? Here’s a big ole list. In recent years, page builders have become more and more part of the WordPress ecosystem. The idea of front end, drag and drop builders have helped WordPress compete, slightly, with other website builders such as Wix, Weebly, and Squarespace.
While page builders may never eliminate the need to have developers work on a WordPress website, they have helped make custom page building quicker helping developers get projects out the door in a more timely manner.
Over the past year, I have come across a number of page builders that I hear little about. So, I set out to find out about as many page builders as I could.
Page builders such as Beaver Builder, Elementor, SiteOrigin and Divi are among the more popular options.
I created a spreadsheet and started tracking down every one I can find. With the help of several roundup blog posts, I started documenting basic information such as the builder’s website, place in the WordPress repository, cost, and, in some cases, basic background info.
Page builders have had quite an evolution.
Visual Composer seems to be the builder who has been around the longest. Visual