The Elementor Page Builder – An Introduction

Madison WordPress Meetup
Madison WordPress Meetup
Public group

Madison Public Library - Central

201 West Mifflin Street · Madison, WI

How to find us

The 1st Floor Conference Room is inside and to the left in the East-most corner of the building. If it had windows, it would overlook Fairchild St.

Location image of event venue

Details

Since its release in 2016 Elementor has become one of the fastest-growing drag & drop page builders for WordPress. In this introductory talk, we will cover what Elementor is, why it’s become so popular, and how you can use it to build stunning websites, even if you don’t know how to code.

Topics will include:
• The key differences between the popular Divi Page Builder and Elementor
• Free Elementor vs Elementor Pro
• How to get started & a brief look at the user interface
• A crash course on how to create a page from scratch
• A hack on how to create a page layout in < 1 min
• 5 useful Elementor features to know about
• 5 Tips on how to speed up your workflow in Elementor

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About the Speaker:

Lisa Ross is a web designer and strategist. She’s been designing and building websites for Earthling Interactive since 2016, and recently started her own business Launch & Grow where she helps Life Coaches create strategic websites.

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Join us at the Madison Central Library in the 1st-floor Conference Room on Tuesday, January 28

General hob-nobbing and chit-chatting at 5:30,
Pizza at 5:45,
Some announcements,
And, the talk begins thereafter.

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About the Meetup and pizza sponsor:

*Earthling Interactive*
Since 1999 Earthling clients have used our services to build outstanding websites and applications in dozens of industries. Based in Madison, our development teams regularly meet in person with clients who range from small startups to global companies. We pride ourselves on our technical chops, and we love solving thorny problems, but what really keeps us energized is the relationships we form with the people that trust us to help move their organizations forward in the digital age.