By itself, the Elementor page builder is already one of the most feature-rich page builder plugins that you can find. But if you want to unlock even more design potential, there are a ton of great third-party Elementor add-ons that extend the core plugin even further.
Most of these add-ons give you a variety of new Elementor widgets to use in your designs, while some also add new functionality or new design options for existing widgets.
In this post, we’ve collected our favorite free and premium Elementor add-ons to help you find the best of the best. Keep reading to check ’em out!
1. PowerPack – 70+ New Elementor Widgets For Your Designs
In total, PowerPack adds 70+ new widgets divided across the following categories:
- Essential Widgets – elements needed on most websites, such as accordions, buttons, tabs, and more
- Content Widgets – more content-oriented widgets, such as category grid/slider, recipes, testimonials, and others
- Post Widgets – let you set up different post layouts, such as post timelines and tiled posts
- Pricing Widgets – include three widgets: dual pricing, pricing table, restaurant menu
- Navigation Widgets – such as breadcrumbs, advanced menu, one-page navigation, and others
- Image Widgets – such as album, image accordion, image comparison, hotspot, and more
- Video Widgets – such as filterable video gallery, showcase, and more
- SEO Widgets – e.g. table of content, FAQ schema, sitemap, and others
- Social Media Widgets – let you embed content from Twitter and Instagram
- Marketing Widgets – such as a coupon, countdown timer, review box, business hours, and others
- WooCommerce Widgets – e.g. an add-to-cart button, off-canvas cart, product grid/slider, and more
- Form Stylers – let you style the form output from Gravity Forms, WPForms, Caldera Forms, Ninja Forms, or Contact Form 7
- Background Effects – such as birds, bubbles, waves, different animations, and more
If you want to preview any of the widgets, you can head to this page and click on a widget to launch the demo. For example, here’s what the info table widget looks like:
Price: $49/year for a one-site license, $149/year for 1,000 sites (basically unlimited sites), or $399 for a lifetime license. Yearly plans get a 30% renewal discount.
2. Ultimate Addons for Elementor – 40+ New Elementor Widgets
Ultimate Addons for Elementor is another widget-packed add-on set. This one comes from Brainstorm Force, makers of the Astra theme that so many Elementor sites use, as well as the Ultimate Addons for Beaver Builder plugin.
Currently, Ultimate Addons for Elementor offers 40+ new Elementor widgets, with more on the way. You also get access to 110+ website templates (via the Starter Templates plugin) and 200+ section blocks to use in your designs.
As part of that set of 40 widgets, you’ll get new content widgets like:
- Content toggle
- Modal popup
- Info box
Beyond that, you get form stylers for both Contact Form 7 and Gravity Forms, as well as three WooCommerce widgets for add to cart, categories, and products.
You can preview any of the widgets by clicking on the Widgets menu option and then selecting your desired widget. For example, here’s the Timeline widget, which is one of my favorites:
Price: $69 for a one year license or $249 for a lifetime license. Also available as part of the Astra Mini Agency or Agency bundles, which are a really good value if you build Elementor sites for a living.
3. The Plus Addons for Elementor – 120+ Powerful Elementor Widgets
The Plus Addons for Elementor is a huge collection of new Elementor widgets, templates, blocks, functionality, and more.
Let’s go through everything on offer.
First, it includes 120+ Elementor widgets which gives you access to a huge array of options. Some of the most notable widgets here are:
- Pricing tables and lists
- Draw SVG
- Ad banners
- Pie charts
- Image cascading
- …plus a whole lot more! There are a ton of new widgets.
Here’s an example of the Hotspot widget – the tooltip that you see only appears when a user hovers over one of the defined hotspots:
Beyond that, you also get the PlusListing widgets/feature, which helps you display blog posts, WooCommerce products, or content from other post types in a huge number of ways, including:
- Messy columns
- …plus a whole lot more.
And you also get lots of options to control pagination, lazy loading, infinite load, filters, and other user experience boosters.
Beyond that, you get new design options like:
- Custom media query breakpoints
- More detailed column ordering
- Sticky columns
- Tilt 3D effects
- …plus a whole lot more (yes — I used that phrase again).
If that’s not enough, it also comes with 18+ page templates and 300+ block templates.
Long story short — there’s a lot of functionality packed into The Plus Addons for Elementor!
Price: Plans start at $39 per year for use on a single website. You can also pay an annual fee of $109 to use it on five websites or $169 for unlimited websites with a year of updates.
4. Elementor Extras – 33+ New Widgets and Extensions
Elementor Extras is a premium Elementor add-on that gives you two additions:
- 28+ new widgets
- 5+ new extensions
For the latter five extensions, you get the option to:
- Add a parallax effect to any widget or column
- Create parallax backgrounds for sections
- Stick any Elementor widget or section to its parent
- Add a tooltip to any other Elementor widget
- Set up display conditions based on various scenarios
For the new widgets, you get some really neat ones like:
- Inline SVG
- Scroll indicator
- Age gate
- …and many others
You can preview any of the widgets or design effects by scrolling down on the product page and clicking on your desired element. For example, here’s what Elementor Extras’ timeline widget looks like:
Price: €26 for a single site, €64 for unlimited sites, or €128 for lifetime unlimited sites.
5. Element Pack – 230+ New Widgets and 300+ Page Templates
Element Pack is a premium set of Elementor widgets that’s for sale at CodeCanyon, where it’s racked up thousands of sales.
Element Pack is the biggest set of Elementor widgets, with over 230 new widgets, as well as 300+ page templates, 1,800+ block templates, and 350+ header and footer templates.
There are far too many widgets to list. But some of the more unique ones are:
- Document viewer
- Member profile
- User login
- Cookie consent
- Circle menu
- News ticker
- …and many many others
And the templates also span a variety of niches.
All in all, if you want to get a whole heap of new functionality in one fell swoop, this is the easiest way to do it.
Price: $49, which includes lifetime updates for a single site.
6. QI Addons – 100+ Stylish Widgets
Qi Addons is a freemium Elementor addon from Qode Interactive.
In total, it gives you access to over 100+ new Elementor widgets, with 60 of those being available in the free version of the plugin at WordPress.org.
These widgets span different use cases, including both business and creative. Here are some of the more notable widgets that you get access to:
- Product comparison
- Pricing calculator
- Advanced blog listing
- Image hotspots
- Various form styles, including stylers for Typeform forms (which you won’t find in many Elementor addons)
All of the widgets have a very polished feel and the designs look great.
Price: $49 for use on a single site or $99 for use on unlimited sites.
7. Essential Addons – 90+ New Elementor Widgets
Essential Addons is a huge pack of Elementor widgets that comes in both a free and premium version.
The free version is popular, well-rated, and gets you access to 50+ new widgets, including many widgets that you’d otherwise only get in Elementor Pro such as post grids, post timelines, testimonials, and more.
If you go with the Pro version, you’ll stack on 40+ more widgets (total 90+ widgets), including some unique ones that I haven’t seen elsewhere. Some of the most unique widgets here include:
- Post blocks (flex)
- Interactive promo (neat hover effects on a box)
- Dynamic filterable gallery
- Protected content (restrict content by user role or password)
- Data tables
- Lightbox/modal popups
Overall, this is one of the biggest sets of Elementor widgets that you’ll find, and all of them look great. You can preview any of them by clicking from the homepage. For example, here’s that neat filterable gallery in action:
Price: $39.97 for 1 website or $99.97 for unlimited sites. Also $249.97 for lifetime unlimited sites. The developer also regularly runs 30% discounts.
8. LiveMesh Addons for Elementor – 34+ New Widgets
LiveMesh Addons for Elementor is another freemium Elementor add-on that gives you access to even more widgets.
The free version comes with 16+ new widgets, plus a new heading styles option that you can use. Some of the notable widgets here are:
- Blog post grids
- Testimonials and a testimonials slider
- Pricing plans
- Animated pie charts
- …and more
The Pro version adds another 19+ widgets, plus some new options. By new “options”, I mean the ability to add lazy loading or AJAX pagination to your post grids, as well as lots of custom animations that you can apply to widgets.
As for the new widgets in the Pro version, some of my favorites are:
- Responsive tabs
- Flat style buttons
- Image slider
- Posts slider
- …and more
Most of the widgets come in both light and dark modes, which gives you some extra flexibility.
Price: $37/year for use on a single site, $69/year for use on up to 5 sites, or $99/year for use on up to 25 sites. Also a $199 lifetime deal for use on 25 sites.
9. Crocoblock – A Bundle of Helpful Elementor Add-ons
Crocoblock is a set of different WordPress plugins that all come together to help you build websites with Elementor. It brands itself as “the ultimate toolkit for building websites with Elementor” (though the developer has also added support for Gutenberg as well).
- Jet plugins – This is a suite of 20 different plugins that add new widgets and visual effects to Elementor.
- Templates – You get access to 60+ new Elementor templates.
- Popups – Crocoblock also includes 50+ interactive popups for Elementor.
Then, you also get access to the Kava Pro theme, which is designed to pair well with Elementor (I’ve never used this, but it looks solid). Still, I think most of the value comes from the Jet plugins and templates.
The Jet plugins can help you really get into building more advanced custom content sites with Elementor. For example, directories, classifieds, booking sites, eCommerce stores, and so on.
You can purchase the Jet plugins individually or subscribe to the all-inclusive Crocoblock membership for access to everything.
Price: The price of individual Jet plugins ranges between free and $43. The all-inclusive yearly membership comes at $199 for one site and $399 for unlimited sites. There’s also a lifetime unlimited plan for $999.
10. Premium Addons – 60+ New Widgets for Elementor
Despite the name, Premium Addons actually comes in both a free and a newly-launched premium version.
The free version comes with around 25 new Elementor widgets, including notable widgets for:
- Blog posts
- Dual header
- Modal box
And if you pay for the premium version, you’ll get 35+ more widgets (total 60+ widgets), including some neat ones such as:
- Ken Burns effect
- Facebook reviews
- Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp Chat
Beyond the new widgets, you also get 400+ pre-built section templates, along with advanced features for all widgets, including the native ones. For example, these include display conditions and floating effects (similar to the Motion Effects feature in Elementor Pro).
There are also some neat addons such as a Lottie animations integration for any image with an icon option, as well as freehand design tools.
11. Anywhere Elementor – Use Elementor…Anywhere (for Free)
Anywhere Elementor is an interesting plugin because it was doing a lot of stuff you now get in Elementor Pro…before it was in Elementor Pro.
It comes in both a free and a premium version.
The free version that’s listed at WordPress.org lets you do two important things:
- Create global widgets that you can use in multiple places. To update all locations, you just need to edit the widget once.
- Insert Elementor templates anywhere on your site by using shortcodes.
Yes — you can already do both of those things if you have Elementor Pro. But if you only have the free version of Elementor, Anywhere Elementor gives you those features for free. So that’s cool.
The Pro version of Anywhere Elementor gets more into theme building and lets you create:
- Single post layouts
- Blog page layouts
- Taxonomy archives
- Author archives
- Search page layout
- 404 page layout
It also has full support for custom fields and WooCommerce.
Obviously, a lot of this functionality was made redundant by the theme building features of Elementor Pro. However, it’s still cheaper than purchasing Elementor Pro.
In addition, Anywhere Elementor supports Pods and ACF relationship fields to display post collections. You can dynamically set the background of a section based on ACF custom fields.
Price: $49 for a single site license, up to $299 for unlimited sites. There’s also a lifetime license starting at $149 for a single site.
12. Flexible Elementor Panel – Organize All Those New Widgets!
Flexible Elementor Panel doesn’t add any new design functionality to the page builder but lets you customize the Elementor panel. If you decide to use some of the other Elementor add-ons on this list, it will come in super handy.
Flexible Elementor Panel does exactly what it says. It gives you a ton of ways to manipulate the Elementor panel (the sidebar that contains your widget lists, settings, and more).
- Resize the panel
- Collapse the panel
- Drag the panel anywhere
- Fix the panel to the right side
- Choose a dark skin if you prefer
- Sort widget categories
- Collapse widget categories (though I believe this one is now a core Elementor feature anyway).
Basically, if you have both Elementor Pro and some other third-party Elementor widgets, your side panel is going to be super busy.
Flexible Elementor Panel helps you organize it better so that you can find the widgets you need more quickly. And it’s 100% free.
13. Unlimited Elements for Elementor – 300+ New Widgets
Unlimited Elements is a popular freemium Elementor add-on that, true to the name, comes absolutely packed with new widgets to use in your designs.
The free version alone has 100+ new widgets while the Pro version offers a whopping 200+ new options. Now, they’re playing a little fast and loose with the marketing company because some of these are just variations on the same theme. But even with that in mind, the point remains that you get access to a lot of new options, even in the free version.
Beyond that, you also get 100+ new templates to save you time when creating designs.
The widgets span all areas. For example, you’ll get both “big” content widgets as well as “small” widgets for effects or separators. Here’s a look at some of the many widget categories:
- Post list
- Hero section
- Flip boxes
- Icon boxes
- Bullet lists
- Audio player
- Hover effects
- Google Charts
- Social network icons
That’s not even the full list! You have a lot of options.
And if those options aren’t enough, it comes with a built-in widget creator that lets you create your own widgets to use in Elementor. However, you’ll need decent PHP knowledge for this feature as it’s based on the Twig template engine. But even still, it’s a lot simpler than building your widgets from scratch.
Price: The free version is available at WordPress.org. The premium version starts at $39 for a one-year license and use on a single site or $199 for a lifetime license. An unlimited site license starts at $149 for a one-year license.
14. Happy Addons for Elementor – New Widgets, Templates, and Features
Happy Addons is another freemium option that helps you add a ton of new widgets to your Elementor site. It comes from WeDevs, the same team behind other popular plugins such as the Dokan WooCommerce multi-vendor marketplace.
It comes with a total of 112+ new widgets, with 49+ of those widgets being available in the free version of the plugin at WordPress.org.
Some of these widgets are enhancements to basic building blocks, such as a post list, gradient heading, dual button, and info/icon box. However, the free version also gives you some unique options, including the following:
- Calendly integration to schedule meetings
- Step flow
- 360° rotation for images
- Image compare
- Data tables
There are also a bunch of form styler widgets for popular form plugins.
The premium version adds a number of new widgets, including price menus, image hotspots, Facebook feeds, and more.
Beyond the widgets, you also get some other features and enhancements:
- 450+ new templates to use in your designs
- A new icon library with 500+ icons
- Manage column widths by adding pixels
- 400+ preset styles
- Cross-domain copy/paste
- Floating effects (e.g. Elementor Pro Motion Effects)
15. Master Addons for Elementor – Useful New Features and Widgets
Master Addons is another freemium add-on for Elementor. However, unlike some of the other add-ons, it focuses on mainly offering new features, rather than just new widgets (though it does add plenty of widgets, too).
Here are some of the most notable new features that you get:
- Header, footer, and comment form builder (without the need for Elementor Pro)
- Mega menu builder that lets you use Elementor to design your own custom mega menu
- Custom breakpoints feature that lets you create unlimited custom breakpoints to use in your Elementor designs
- More advanced display conditions that let you show/hide sections or widgets based on user role, logged-in status, operating system, time of day, and lots more
- Element-level custom CSS for free (you can normally only get this feature in Elementor Pro)
- Content restriction for widgets, sections, and columns
- Floating effects and animations
As you can see, that’s a lot of new options to use in your Elementor designs.
Beyond that, you also get 40+ new custom widgets, including table of contents, team members slider, gallery slider, animated headlines, and lots more.
Overall, though, the most unique thing about this plugin is the new features that it gives you.
16. Stratum – All 20+ Widgets for Free
Stratum is an Elementor extension from popular developer MotoPress. It comes in both a free and a premium version and focuses on offering really solid foundational widgets, rather than getting into the more unique widgets that some other tools offer.
I like this approach because you’ll spend most of your time using these types of foundational elements, so you want them to be perfect.
Another unique thing about the plugin is that the free version gives you access to all 20+ widgets, including:
- Advanced accordion and tabs
- Advanced post list
- Advanced Google map
- Advanced slider
- Instagram feed
Some Stratum widgets cover unique features, such :
- Image accordion or hotspot
- Vertical or horizontal timeline
- Lottie animations
Though you get access to all of the widgets for free, the Pro version adds more features to those widgets. For example, the Pro version lets you autoplay your sliders and infinitely loop them. It also gives more map styles. You can view a full comparison of the features here.
17. Elements Plus! – 30+ Widgets and Enhancements for Free
Elements Plus! is a 100% free Elementor extension from CSSIgniter, a popular theme and plugin shop (that also makes the popular Elementorism set of Elementor templates).
It gives you 30+ new widgets or features, including both enhancements to basic foundational widgets as well as some very unique widgets that might come in useful.
In the “unique” widgets/feature column, I would share the following as examples:
- YouTube slideshow
- Scheduling feature – lets you control any widget’s visibility based on date
- Tooltip feature – add a tooltip to basic heading, button, or icon widgets
- Preloader plus – add a website preloader
- Image comparison widget
- Image hotspot widget
- Sticky video feature – make the default video widget sticky
And on the more foundational front, you’ll get enhanced widgets for buttons, headings, Google Maps, and some form stylers.
Price: 100% free and available at WordPress.org.
18. Mighty Addons for Elementor – 30+ Widgets and New Features/Integrations
Next, we have Mighty Addons, a freemium tool that adds new widgets, features, and templates to Elementor.
On the new feature front, you’ll get the following options:
- Pixabay integration so that you can search for images on Pixabay without leaving the Elementor interface — the Pro version also has an Unsplash integration
- Cross-domain copy and paste
- Wrapper link to turn any Elementor widget into a clickable link
- Display conditions to only show widgets or sections to certain visitors (e.g. logged-in visitors)
- Particle effects
- Create a reading progress bar based on the distance between two views
You’ll also get templates in both themed template kits and individual block templates.
You’ll also get a total of 45+ new widgets across the free and paid versions. The Pro version includes some unique widgets such as:
- PayPal buy button
- Weather widget to display current weather conditions
- WhatsApp chat widget
- OpenTable integration widget to accept restaurant bookings
Finally, you get some new templates, including 25+ full website kit templates and 150+ section templates.
19. ElementsKit – 70+ New Widgets and Advanced Features
ElementsKit is another popular freemium Elementor add-on that gives you access to both new features and widgets.
In terms of features, you get some really handy options:
- Mega menu builder
- Header and footer builder
- Cross-domain copy and paste
- Drag-and-drop custom widget builder
- Advanced parallax effect
- Conditional content display rules for widgets
- Modal popup builder
While there is some overlap with Elementor Pro, one notable detail is that some of these features are free. For example, you get a header and footer builder even in the free version of ElementsKit.
Beyond the new features, you also get 70+ new widgets, including some of the following:
- Social media feeds
- Embeddable reviews from Yelp or Facebook
- Facebook Messenger support
Finally, you also get a number of new templates, including 500+ section block templates and 25+ website kits.
Price: The free version is available at WordPress.org. The premium version starts at $39 for use on a single site or $179 for use on unlimited sites. There’s also a lifetime option starting at $119 for use on a single site.
20. Elemailer – Design Custom Email Templates Using Elementor
If you’re using those form tools, you probably are also sending email confirmations/notifications to the people who submit your forms and/or your admin team.
While you can control the content of those emails from your form plugin, you can’t actually customize the design unless you know your way around HTML.
Elemailer changes that by letting you customize the actual design of your site’s emails using the same familiar Elementor interface. By accessing all of Elementor’s design options, you can create much more stylish emails to send to people.
If you have a WooCommerce store, Elemailer also lets you customize the design of all of the emails that your store sends.
21. Elementor Contact Form DB – Save Form Widget Submissions to Your Database
Elementor Contact Form DB is another handy add-on if you’re using the form widget in Elementor Pro.
By default, the Elementor Pro Form widget does not let you save submissions to your database. You can send email notifications or pass data to another tool using the dedicated integrations or Zapier, but that’s it.
This can be problematic because it means you could lose important submission data if anything goes wrong with those integrations.
Elementor Contact Form DB lets you create a safe fallback by also saving all submissions to your database and letting you view them from your WordPress dashboard. For more flexibility, you can also export some/all of those submissions as a CSV file.
Price: 100% free.
22. OoohBoi Steroids for Elementor – Extend Existing Elementor Widgets
OoohBoi Steroids for Elementor doesn’t add any new widgets of its own. Instead, it focuses on extending all of your other existing widgets by adding new options in the widget settings panel.
Most of these new settings are focused on giving you more control over the layouts and styles of your designs.
For example, you’ll get useful new features to handle columns and responsive breakpoints, more advanced gradient backgrounds, more advanced typography and color options, and much, much more.
Price: 100% free.
Start Using Your Favorite Elementor Extensions Today
Unlike many other types of plugins, you can use more than one Elementor extension, so there’s no need to pick a single “best” Elementor add-on.
All of these tools are quality options, so you’ll want to pick the plugin that has the widgets, features, and/or templates that you need, while still fitting within your budget.
With that being said, I would caution you about being “too” extension happy because many of these extensions add their own scripts. So if you start using too many extensions, you could add a lot of HTTP requests to your site, which will slow down your load times (though you could use a script management plugin such as Asset CleanUp or Perfmatters to fix that).
Overall, though, try to use as few Elementor extensions as needed to create the design that you want. If you decide not to use an extension after testing it out, make sure to disable and delete it from your site.
Finally, if you need a theme to pair with all of these Elementor add-ons, take a look at Sydney, our free theme that works great with Elementor.
Still have any questions about these Elementor add-ons? Want to share an extension that you find useful but didn’t make the list? Let us know in the comments!