I just started using MotoPress Content Editor "Lite" (trust me, the "lite" version is armed to the teeth with lots of primo widgets/elements that are premium in most other page builders) to quickly recreate a friend's website that was on WIX after I convinced them it would be a more economical option - in the long run.
Every element I needed to recreate was already in this fabulous content editor. Folks, take a peek at the wide array of well-thought out widgets that comes with this "lite" version:
Title, Paragraph, Quote, List, Icon, Image, Slider, Grid gallery, Button, Button group, Download button, Social share buttons, Social media buttons, Audio file,Vimeo and YouTube video, Posts grid, Service box, Tabs, Accordion, Table, Call-to-action block, Modal box, Splash screen, Space, Google Maps, Countdown timer, Embed Chart, Widgets area, Member’s content, Multiple WordPress elements.
If this is "lite", I don't frigging know what "premium" is. My hats off to the entire MotoPress Team. You guys rock BIG TIME - seriously! I am now one of your biggest fans!
But here's the thing...using this page builder (er content editor) feels soooo intuitive...more so than all the others I've tried so far. Yeah yeah, I know everyone talks about Elementor, Beaver Builder et al. But MotoPress "lite" more than holds its own against anybody in this crowded field. I know good software when I see it. This tool is exceptional.
Oh, did I mention the 30+ built-in elements (widgets)? Yes I did!
But I feel the need to toot the horn of this "Lite" Content Editor's vast array of goodies (er elements) that will definitely save newbies & professionals from wasting valuable time installing a ton of unrelated or buggy plugins in order to get the same functionality.
In essence, this "lite" page builder is like the perfect Linux distro (MX-Linux) that comes with the perfect mix of apps, tools, stability & other goodies to make it stand out from the Linux crowd.
Well done, Team MotoPress! Well done!