Beaver Builder has been a fixture on the market for some time now. It outputs clean code (for a page builder), is popular with end users and implementers alike, and receives regular attention in the form of new features and updates.
There are also some official add-ons that you can combine with it for more flexibility - notably an optional Beaver Builder theme and the Beaver Themer extension.
1 - Click here to open the sidebar
2 - This is a live preview of your design
Included Widgets/Templates 8/10
In the free version, Beaver Builder provides access to 6 modules only, but you can also use the standard WordPress widgets.
In the Premium version you have access to 30 modules. These modules are also all modular, so you can enable or disable them as you need.
In the Premium version you also get access to ~56 page templates and the possibility to save your own designs as templates.
Styling Options 9/10
- Using the Standard Popup Window
- Tack the window to the side to create a sidebar (you can see this in the example below)
And Beaver Builder also offers a very unique toggle that lets you show or hide individual modules depending on whether a user is logged in or not:
Other Notable Features 8/10
- Beaver Themer. Although it is a separate extension, like Elementor, it provides full functionality for creating themes.
- You can easily use Beaver Builder as a white label when you build for customers.
- Beaver Builder theme. This optional theme gives you even more control over the look of your website.