Elementor Page Builder was launched in June 2016, and quickly gained traction in the WordPress community, gaining 10K+ active install within 3 months after launch. This was possible because Elementor was the first free page builder with full design capabilities, a unique and super-friendly UI and a speedy and no-lag responding interface that is still much faster than the competition. Moreover, the entire page builder was released as a free and open source plugin, easily downloadable from the WordPress repository.
Since the launch, a lot of releases and updates have been made, most inspired by requests from users. One major release was the Template Library, featuring the ability to save pages and sections as templates, and use one of many pre-designed and beautifully made templates, added to the page with one click.
The other major release was Mobile Editing, the first toolset to customize any page and make it responsive and beautiful on any device. This is the first time designers can turn a page fully responsive without coding. Mobile Editing has never before capabilities like the ability to set different sizes per device, the ability to reorder columns per device, so you get control over mobile layout, the ability to set different padding, margin and alignments per device, and many other unique features.
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