By the numbers, Elementor is the most popular WordPress page builder plugin with over five million active users. One of the many things that makes it so successful is that Elementor encourages third-party developers to create extensions for the core Elementor plugin.
In our Master Addons for Elementor review, we’re going to take a look at one of those extensions.
Master Addons adds a number of new options to Elementor, including both new widgets and new features. For example, you’ll be able to use dynamic conditions to control whether or not widgets appear, create mega menus with Elementor, use custom responsive breakpoints, and lots more.
Master Addons comes in both a free and a paid version, so you’ll be able to benefit from this tool no matter what your budget is.
Keep reading for a hands-on look at everything this plugin has to offer…
Master Addons for Elementor Review: The Features
As we mentioned, Master Addons gives you both new content elements and new features. We’ll go over some of the biggest additions in the hands-on section, but here’s a brief rundown of what you get…
On the features front, some of the most notable features are:
- A header, footer, and comment builder
- Custom responsive breakpoints
- Mega menu builder
- Display conditions to show/hide widgets
- Content restriction to restrict access to content/templates
- Entrance animations for sections, columns, and widgets
- Custom CSS at the individual element level (like Elementor Pro)
- Custom positioning (like Elementor Pro)
You’ll also get 40+ new content elements (widgets). Some of the most notable widgets are:
- Form stylers for WPForms, Ninja Forms, Gravity Forms, Caldera Forms, and some others
- Image comparison
- Image hotspot
- Content toggle
- Instagram feed
- Gallery slider
- Dynamic table
- …and lots more
Overall, there are a lot of features and widgets packed into this plugin.
Master Addons Pricing
Master Addons comes in both a free version at WordPress.org and a premium version with more features.
If you need the paid version, there are three plans including both one-year and lifetime licenses:
- Personal – 1 site – $29 per year or $49 lifetime
- Business – 3 sites – $49 per year or $149 lifetime
- Developer – Unlimited sites – $149 per year or $299 lifetime. Also adds support for white labeling
All paid plans come with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
If you want to see the exact feature differences between the free and paid version, go to the pricing page and scroll down to see a detailed comparison table.
Hands-On With Master Addons
Now, let’s go hands-on and explore how Master Addons works. There are a lot of features and content elements,
This article was written by Colin Newcomer and originally published on WP Mayor.