Elementor Blocks for Gutenberg

Description

Elementor Blocks for Gutenberg, officially created by Elementor Page Builder, allows you to easily insert any Elementor template into Gutenberg with just one click.

This plugin is the smartest way to combine Elementor & Gutenberg to incorporate more advanced layouts into Gutenberg.

Elementor Blocks requires Gutenberg & Elementor to both be active on your site (after Gutenberg merges into WordPress 5, only an Elementor installation will be required).

How to Use Elementor Blocks?

  1. Install & Activate Elementor Blocks for Gutenberg
  2. In Gutenberg search for ‘Elementor Library’
  3. Choose an existing template or create a new one from scratch
  4. Done! Now you can see the Elementor template you chose previewed inside Gutenberg

Features

  • Insert Elementor blocks and templates in any area inside Gutenberg
  • Preview the template right inside the Gutenberg editor
  • Easy access to edit any Elementor template right from Gutenberg editor
  • Choose from over 300+ pre-designed blocks & 100+ pre-designed pages
  • Customize your Elementor blocks with unlimited design options

Multilingual & RTL Supported

We’ve integrated RTL and multi-language support, so you get a translated panel right out of the box, and you can even add more languages by going to: https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/block-builder

Screenshots

  • Add Elementor Library block into the Gutenberg
  • Elementor Library block with a template preview
  • Adding Elementor Library block into Gutenberg

Installation

Minimum Requirements

  • The latest version of the Gutenberg plugin
  • Elementor 2.2.0 or greater
  • PHP version 5.4 or greater (PHP 7.2 or greater is recommended)
  • MySQL version 5.6 or greater
  • WordPress Memory limit of 64 MB or greater (128 MB or higher is preferred)

Installation

  1. Install using the WordPress built-in Plugin installer, or extract the .zip file and drop the content into the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation
  2. Activate the plugin via the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to Gutenberg > Add New Block
  4. Choose the Elementor Library Block
  5. Now you can choose a template from the list inside the content area

FAQ

How to Use Elementor Blocks?
  1. Install & Activate Elementor Blocks for Gutenberg
  2. In Gutenberg search for ‘Elementor Library’
  3. Choose an existing template or create a new one from scratch
  4. Done! Now you can see the Elementor template you chose inside Gutenberg

Reviews

Elementor elements in Gutenberg

This module makes your saved Elementor global elements available in Gutenberg. You click the Elementor block, then select your global element from the dropdown.

I hope crossover ends up easier down the line, but that’s not really Elementor’s fault. Architecturally, Elementor is like on the other side of a brick wall from Gutenberg. And as long as Gutenberg remains the bleeding-edge content composer, I’m just glad to be able to pull some of my Elementor goodness into a basic page.

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Contributors & Developers

“Elementor Blocks for Gutenberg” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

“Elementor Blocks for Gutenberg” has been translated into 5 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

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Changelog

1.0.1 – 2018-11-06

  • Tweak: Added compatibility for WordPress v5.0 Beta (Topic)

1.0.0 – 2018-10-15

  • Initial Public Release