These tweets garnered a fair amount of attention in the form of agreements, questions, and denial. Throughout the various small conversations that followed, I began to realize that I had never once truly used any of the page builder plugins that I was moaning about. Sure I had seem them countless times in our support system–usually in a negative light–but I hadn’t actually used one.

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As I have not the time to learn myself CSS in the deep (yes, I know this would be the best and I know it is easier then I will think) at the moment or to buy another theme to start from scratch, I decided to give “Elementor” a try – and from my first glance: Much faster and more user friendly as the other one. I decided for it because if the page builder breaks down, there will be still text to bridge the gap. From the performance perspective I can say it helped, but still: Page builder make pages slower. This is a fact. But I could afford to safe 7s after re-building with Elemntor and uninstalling the other one and now it is okay. I think it is because Elementor renounces of overloaded futures. But as I said, I am not knowledgeable and maybe I am wrong. 😉
The second issue I have is very minor but still important in my view. I really don’t care for the aggressive color schemes. As I’d mentioned numerous times here and in other posts, I care greatly for maintaining the WordPress color scheme and style choices. The interface in Page Builder Sandwich is a stark contrast to the standard WordPress UI. In my mind, it creates an unnecessarily jarring experience.
There are really just two issues I have with the plugin. A couple of times I found myself in trouble as some of the layout elements got jumbled (for unknown reasons) and were sitting on top of each other. When this happened I couldn’t figure out how to delete the problem elements. I suspect this is due to a minor javascript issue that could be easily resolved once identified.
Not to be rude guys, but thats absolute bull I use a mass page builder in the UK to generate between £30,000 and £50,000 a month turnover and my sites rank in almost every single town and village in the UK for auto locksmiths. Most mass page builders were built by tech guys and they are crap but the one mentioned below was built by an SEO expert. try searching every small area in the UK for auto locksmiths and you will lfind pages that display my number 0333 772 0769 everywhere. We generate 4000 incoming calls a month from mass page builders.

It still works and can rank you fairly well for shorter long-tails if you want to take the time to juice them up. But if you aren't spamming them with links, it's soul sucking work that's not any fun. I quit doing it for that reason. Projects like this can work for people willing to churn and burn. It's not an easier way to make money these days, not like it was in the past. And I wasn't happy littering up the internet. This was me 10 years ago though when money was the only motive.
                   These are the main body of your M.A.S.S. They are the inner works where you'll be attaching and assembling parts of armors onto. After selecting your frame, you will then attach 'Armors' which are parts that will be attached onto a M.A.S.S. frame to cover them up. You are free to change each parts to suit your liking and create a customized look for your M.A.S.S.
Hello Pippin. Thank you again for this very clueful review. Having proceeded several miles further down the road in my search for a theme and page builder, I’m forced to say that, as a non-coder, my first priority is NOT for a page builder but a highly customizable THEME. And, so far, I’m simply not finding it. I used Woothemes Canvas for many years, with great satisfaction. The vast assortment of detailed options in the backend allowed me to avoid CSS except in rare situations, some of which could be solved with a plugin (e.g., placing a tabbed widgets layout in a sidebar). I have the highest admiration for Pootlepress and Beaver Builder, but I really don’t have the time for a deep study of CSS coding at this stage of the game. I would add a thought: most page builders are used badly, because the temptation is to build those horrible, space-chomping horizontal layouts that violate all the evidence-based rules of usability (from eye-scan studies and common experience). Thus, I would never choose a page builder that locked me into a row format. Fortunately, with Pootle Pro or Beaver Builder Pro, you can create long vertical columns that help site visitors get the information they need, without having to wander all over forty acres of screen space in gape-jawed awe for the wonderful designer. The Web was just starting to mature, by recognizing the the Internet is content-based, when this new technology came along and led us astray. I’m absolutely sure that common sense will prevail, and as the complaints mount there will be a return to sanity. Web devs need to study Roger Black, Jakob Nielsen, Steve Krug, and David Ogilvy.

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