9 Unique Elementor Addons To Supercharge Your WordPress Website

by Adam @ WPCrafter   |   Last Updated: August 20, 2019
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With so many Elementor add-ons available, in this video I have found 9 of the most unique Elementor add-ons that can make a huge difference on your website.

Now for this video, I have contacted all of the product owners and asked them for an exclusive discount for us non-techies and am happy to report that most we more the willing to help us save a little money.

So here is the list:

  1. Dashboard Welcome fo Elementor – 100% off because it's free 🙂
  2. Style Kits for Elementor – Also free
  3. Happy Elementor Add-ons – Also free
  4. CartFlows – There is a free version, but save 10% with the coupon code: WPCRAFTER
  5. CrocoBlock – Save 15% with the coupon code: Crocoblock4WPCrafter
  6. Unlimited Elements for Elementor – Save 20% with the coupon code: WPCRAFTERFAN
  7. Piotnet Addons For Elementor – No discount here, but it's so inexpensive anyway
  8. Live Editor Pro for Elementor – Save 15% with the coupon code: WPCRAFTER
  9. WPFusion – Save 10% automatically added when using the link

Video Transcript

Adam @ WPCrafter

Adam @ WPCrafter

My passion is making the best quality video tutorial online, for non-techies. When I am not behind the camera, I am usually helping out one of my YouTube subscribers.

10 thoughts on “9 Unique Elementor Addons To Supercharge Your WordPress Website”

  1. Hey Adam, this is unrelated to Elementor, but I’m going to give BuddyBoss a go on your recommendation, so try to get a coupon from those folks… to give you credit, and to give me a discount! 😀 Thanks man!

  2. Hello Adam, amazing discoverings! What are you using to have the video sticky in the blog post? Pretty useful for readers. Thanks for all that you do for WP fans.

  3. Hi Adam,
    I am currently creating a freelance website that would help students carry out their assignments such as Writerbay, Uvocorp and Upwork. However, I don’t know exactly how to go about it. I have watched most of your tutorials and i have grasped most of the basic concepts. Where i can’t actually comprehend is how to create the available orders pages, in progress, revision, finished or cancelled orders pages. Is there a theme or plugin that is required? If you could atleast point me in the right direction I would very much appreciate. Looking forward for your reply.

    Kind regards.

    1. What you are wanting to do is a very custom. I would take a look at the CrocoBlock suite of tools, but still there’s nothing out of the box that’s going to get that for you. You’re going to have to learn how to use these tools to custom build what you want.

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