One of the best WordPress Page Builder plugins just got better with a powerful addon that gives you access to tons of beautifully designed Beaver Builder templates, modules and sections.
Hint: I use this on all my Beaver Builder sites.
In this quick post, I will tell you what that addon is, and I’ll walk you through it in the video down below.
I personally use a few page builders across multiple blogs and websites, including Beaver Builder.
In fact, you can see all the tools I use on my sites here.
Now, the Beaver Builder theme itself comes with a few bundled templates as well as the child theme and the bb plugin, which has the page building functionality.
But if you’re like me, then you want a library of awesome templates at your disposal that you can just drag and drop onto your page without any hassle.
One way to do this is to simply buy ready-made templates. But that can get expensive fast.
I did just that a few years ago. I used to use a WordPress framework called Catalyst and I ended up buying almost a dozen child themes from different developers, from real estate themes to portfolio showcase templates and everything in between. Aside from the cost, the support just wasn’t there in the case of one template I purchased, there wasn’t even a small knowledge base to browse through when you needed it.
With Beaver templates, I took a different approach and saved myself a lot of cash and time.
Here’s my secret:
Here’s the plugin of Beaver Builder templates I use on every website
My stash of themes and modules and extensions now comes from this powerful addon.
The cool thing about the development company behind this plugin is that they specialise in different platforms, not just WordPress, and have created some very popular plugins currently on the market today.
This is good news for you and I since it means a plugin that is maintained as well as solid support .
Beaver Builder Ultimate Addons
In the over my shoulder video below, I’m going to walk you through the plugin and let you see how awesome it is. Obviously, all the layouts are responsive, mobile friendly and retina ready, perfect for building websites, landing pages or a blog.
I routinely create beautiful one page full width designs complete with parallax elements, eye-catching hero banners or slideshows, and nice-looking boxes with rounded corners and nice gradients, the inevitable pricing table, a gallery with light-box image features or a carousel type slider, and the sexiest buttons you’ve ever seen, each complete with its own icon.
The plugins packs all the things you need:
Some examples of modules include:
- contact forms
- google maps
The list goes on (as you’ll see in the video below) and there are literally way too many to mention without turning this page into a 2 hour read.
To use, you simply drag and drop the section or module you want, you edit the text, you plug in your own images and you’re done. And if you need help, there’s a support portal and they’re pretty fast in getting back to you should you ever need them.
So let me walk you through it all and that way you can see exactly why I’m so excited.
Note: I shall list all the resources you need below the video.
Video demo: using the Beaver Builder Ultimate Addons plugin and accessing hundreds of Beaver Builder templates layouts and sections
There you have, if you’re looking for Beaver Builder templates, you will love this addon. As you can see in the video, the plugin comes packed with hundreds of templates and modules and sections for Beaver Builder. The fact that you can access all this power with a simple click makes this addon a must-have for a great workflow.
I’ve been using this addon for over 2 years now and my mind still boggles at the ever-growing template library. The modules section is my favourite: there are contact forms, faqs, Google maps, content sections and all types of elements.
Now, as you can probably tell, I’m a Beaver Builder fan. Many of my WordPress sites use this plugin, and the original Hoz blog (which you’re on right now) was built with Beaver Builder.
I have since switched to Elementor, which is now my go-to tool. But I’m still a Beaver Builder user.
And there you have it: that’s my dirty little secret when it comes to Beaver Builder and knocking out awesome looking sites: the Ultimate Beaver addon plugin. It really takes things to the next level.