One of the best parts of building a website with WordPress is that you have so many choices available to you. And because there is a virtually endless number of layout tools and design assets, you can pick and choose to your heart’s content. You can build your own masterpiece, customized to meet your needs.
The downside of having so many options is that it can be hard to find what you’re looking for. Plus, if you’re separately downloading and testing items from different sources, it takes up even more of your time. The process can be inefficient and frustrating.
Enter the new Envato Elements WordPress plugin. It’s here to speed up the design process by placing everything you need right at your fingertips. You’ll have immediate access to handcrafted layouts for Beaver Builder and Elementor, and (coming soon) over 680,000 stock photos.
Want to know more? Here are four ways the Envato Elements WordPress plugin makes your job easier:
1. Access Design Assets From Within WordPress
Imagine the ability to find the exact layout or photo you’re looking for without leaving the WordPress admin. The Envato Elements WordPress plugin makes it a reality. Its easy-to-use UI pulls design assets directly from your Envato Elements subscription and into your dashboard.
When you’ve found the perfect item, you can add it to your site with one click. This makes it easy to experiment with your design using minimal effort.
2. Import Templates for Use With Popular Page Builder Plugins
Using a top-notch page builder such as Elementor or Beaver Builder? There’s no reason to reinvent the wheel. With the Envato Elements WordPress plugin, you’ll have access to over 1,000 compatible custom page templates to use on your site.
Templates are available for a wide range of industries and use cases. You can, for instance, grab a stunning template for your creative agency’s portfolio page or a tasteful contact page for a client. This will save you precious time when it comes to layout so you can focus on other important areas of your project.
3. Put It All Together With Elementor Blocks
Elementor blocks provide an easy way to build truly custom pages within WordPress. Rather than importing a full-page template, blocks let you mix and match just the individual elements you need.
Items such as headers, footers and FAQ sections are available for instant import via the Envato Elements WordPress plugin. They allow you to quickly add the perfect compliment to your already established design. Plus, all blocks can be customized within Elementor.
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4. Add World Class Stock Photography With a Click (Coming Early 2019)
A great photo can help you establish a connection with users, but finding the perfect match for your needs often requires a lot of searching. Even when you find the right image, you’ll need to pay close attention to its licensing. The Envato Elements WordPress plugin turns this process on its head, making it dead simple.
You’ll find over 680,000 premium, royalty-free images that can be directly imported into your site. Each one has a commercial license, so you can be sure that it’s safe to use in your projects. What’s more, new images are added weekly. The right photo is now only a click away.
Create Beautiful Websites in Less Time
For a busy creative professional, finding those little time-saving efficiencies can make a huge difference. But they’re only worth implementing if they allow you to produce top-quality work. That’s where the Envato Elements WordPress plugin really makes its mark.
If you already have a subscription to Envato Elements, you know that it offers only the very best design assets. This new WordPress plugin effectively brings a relevant portion of that massive library right into your existing website. You’ll be able to rapidly build complex page layouts and integrate amazing photography in short order.
Want to get started? Just install the free Envato Elements WordPress plugin and start building.
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