Elementor works great with any well-written plugin, including Yoast SEO, CSS Hero, WooCommerce, WPML, BuddyPress, Polylang, CF7 and more.
Here are a few popular plugins that extend Elementor’s functionality, in no particular order:
- Essential Addons for Elementor – Many widgets, elements, blocks, and templates https://wordpress.org/plugins/essential-addons-for-elementor-lite/
- Premium Addons for Elementor – Many widgets, addons, and templates https://wordpress.org/plugins/premium-addons-for-elementor/
- Elementor Custom Skin – Design your own custom loop / post skin to create the post grid design you want https://wordpress.org/plugins/ele-custom-skin/
- Woolentor – WooCommerce addons and builder to get more creative with WooCommercehttps://wordpress.org/plugins/woolentor-addons/
- PowerPack Addons for Elementor – Many widgets and addons https://wordpress.org/plugins/powerpack-lite-for-elementor/
- Master Addons for Elementor – Many addons and elements https://wordpress.org/plugins/master-addons/
- Happy Addons for Elementor – Many addons, templates, and effects https://wordpress.org/plugins/happy-elementor-addons/
- Elementor Contact Form DB – Stores contact form submissions in database https://wordpress.org/plugins/sb-elementor-contact-form-db/
- ElementsKit – Many widgets, section templates https://wpmet.com/plugin/elementskit/
- Envato Elements – Over 2,000 free templates and over 680,000 stock images plus more assets https://wordpress.org/plugins/envato-elements/
- Ultimate Addons for Elementor – Many widgets, website templates and section blocks https://ultimateelementor.com
- ThePlus Addons for Elementor – Many widgets, templates, elements, and listing builder https://theplusaddons.com/elementor/
- Crocoblock (JetPlugins for Elementor) – Extensive amount of custom and dynamic features and addons https://crocoblock.com
- Dynamic Content for Elementor – Advanced and unique extensions, great for developershttps://www.dynamic.ooo
- And many others.
Note: Elementor attempts to notify 3rd party plugin developers of upcoming changes during beta periods of new releases, so the developers of those plugins can make changes to their code as needed. However, Elementor has no direct control over 3rd party plugin code. Therefore, there may be potential conflicts with addons following Elementor plugin updates. If you encounter such a conflict, please contact the 3rd party plugin’s developer or support team for help in resolving the problem. Please see Update Issues and Premium Support for more information.