Question Divi or Elementor?

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Maldygg

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If u mean which is easier to get and less complicated go with Elementor, Divi gets buggy with longer pages, not saying its bad but u'll have some headscratches with Divi.
 
1nf0t3ch

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what bad things have you heard? the only thing i find bad is their support. but i feel like its very cheap price for the value you get, so i figure they saved on support. also id imagine they get spammed with non related plugin/coding questions so they cant/wont really help.

but their facebook group is very active and you will get fast help there most of the time. i havent looked all too deep into divi but im a huge elementor fanboi
$49 for ONE website a year.
NO Lifetime

So, what's "the value" if support is poor?

If you only have 1 website, then OK.

If you want good value, no bloat & good support, OxygenBuilder - which is a website, not page builder. You need to kow, HTML, CSS, JavaScript as it has a steep learning curve.

You could try Brizy, relatively new, but has much promise & has limited life time offer.

The only way is to try them & make up your own mind & not rely on what "others" say or think. OxygenBuilder you can try on line & has 60 day money back.
 
Cleostra Prin

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Elementor is a better option, most users are using elementor because of other integrations and wide selection of templates.
 
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