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19+ Best Elementor Addons and Plugins in 2024: New Widgets, Features, and More

Colin Newcomer
Last Updated: 22/01/24

Searching for the best Elementor addons to extend the builder with new widgets, features, design options, templates, and more?

By itself, the core Elementor builder is already quite powerful, especially if you pair it with Elementor Pro.

But one of the reasons that Elementor has been so successful is that the developers also built the plugin in an open way so that third-party developers can extend it with all kinds of new goodies.

In fact, you now have hundreds of Elementor addons to choose from – so how do you find the best options?

Let us do the work for you!

In this post, we’ve curated a list of the 19+ best Elementor plugins, AKA addons.

While there are a huge number of Elementor addons that give you new widgets, we tried to also include other types of addons too, such as addons that help you restrict access to widgets or translate your site.

Basically, we tried to get a good balance of addons covering different types of functionality, even though we’ve included plenty of addons that give you new widgets.

For each addon, we’ll share a brief summary, along with key details about its most useful features and pricing information.

Let’s dig in!

19+ Best Elementor Addons and Plugins for Any Use Case

Here are our picks for the 19+ best Elementor plugins and add-ons, in no particular order.

1. Essential Addons for Elementor

Essential Addons for Elementor plugin

Essential Addons for Elementor is the most popular Elementor addon at, where it’s active on over one million WordPress sites. That’s more popular than most standalone plugins!

It adds an absolutely massive collection of new widgets, along with new functionality that you can use with Elementor.

In terms of new widgets, you can collectively access over 85+ new widgets across a range of use cases:

  • Free version – 50+ new widgets.
  • Premium version – 35+ more widgets on top of the free widgets.

Beyond that, you also get several new features including the following:

  • Parallax and Particles effects.
  • Content protection to password protect some/all of your Elementor content.
  • Cross-domain copy paste to copy content from one site to a different site.
  • Conditional display to show/hide widgets based on details such as a user’s browser, date/time, and more.

Price: Free version. Pro version starts at $39.98.

2. Ultimate Addons for Elementor

Ultimate Addons for Elementor plugin

Ultimate Addons for Elementor, also known as UAE for short, is a popular premium Elementor addon that comes from Brainstorm Force, the same developer as the massively popular Astra WordPress theme.

It adds an array of features to Elementor, including new widgets, templates, and functionality:

  • Widgets – you get 40+ new widgets including unique options such as timelines, image hotspots, and schema markup widgets (e.g. FAQ widget). You also get form stylers, Instagram feeds, and more.
  • Templates – you get 100+ full website templates, as well as 200+ section block templates that you can use in your designs.

Finally, you get some new functionality such as particle backgrounds and widget presets. There’s also a neat feature that lets you copy/paste widgets and styles across different websites, which is great if you build a lot of different Elementor sites.

Price: From $57. Or, you can get it as part of Brainstorm Force’s bundles, which give you access to Astra Pro and other plugins/benefits.

3. Profile Builder

Profile Builder

Profile Builder is a full solution to upgrade your Elementor site’s registration, login, and user profile functionality.

You can create unlimited custom registration forms with as many custom fields as needed. You can also create custom login forms to make it easy for registered users to log in, including redirecting users to any custom page after they log in.

Once users log in to your site, you can also create a custom frontend profile page so that they can manage all of their profile details without needing to use the backend dashboard.

For Elementor users, Profile Builder also makes it easy to integrate all of that functionality into Elementor via dedicated widgets. This lets you create custom Elementor registration, login, and edit profile forms without needing to purchase Elementor Pro.

In total, you get five new Elementor widgets with Profile Builder:

  • Register widget – display any custom registration form. You can create multiple forms and use different widgets to display each.
  • Edit Profile widget – the same as your registration forms.
  • Login widget – add a login form to any Elementor design. You can also set up custom after-login redirects right from the Elementor settings.
  • Recover Password widget – add the password recovery form to any Elementor design.
  • User Listing widget – create a frontend directory of your site’s members in your Elementor design.

Beyond these new Elementor widgets, Profile Builder also adds a new setting to all Elementor widgets that lets you show/hide a widget or section based on whether or not the user is logged-in.

Basically, Profile Builder is one of the best Elementor plugins for people who want to improve their site’s user and profile management.

To learn more, check out the full Elementor integration details as well as our guide on how to create a custom Elementor registration form for free.

Price: Free version that lets you create custom forms and restrict widgets. Pro version starts at €69

for even more features.

4. Elementor Header & Footer Builder

Elementor Header Footer Builder addon plugin

Elementor Header & Footer Builder is a free Elementor addon that lets you use Elementor to design your site’s header and footer without the need to purchase Elementor Pro.

Obviously, that last point is the most important. While Elementor Pro gives you this ability, this plugin lets you do everything for free.

You get special widgets to help you design your header, including Site Logo, Site Title, Navigation Menu, and more. You can also use conditional display rules to only show your header or footer on certain content, such as using a special header for posts in a certain category.

In addition to designing headers and footers, you can also create custom “blocks” that you can add anywhere on your site using a shortcode.

Price: 100% free.

5. Crocoblock (JetPlugins)


Crocoblock’s JetPlugins collection is an absolutely massive collection of Elementor addons that give you access to tons of new functionality, from new widgets and design options to advanced functionality such as custom filter forms and booking functionality.

Because all of the features are separate plugins, you can pick and choose exactly which features you want to add to your Elementor site.

Overall, Crocoblock is a great addon if you want tools to help you build more complex custom content sites with Elementor. It works especially great for WooCommerce stores or other sites where you want to present custom content, such as directories, classified sites, and so on.

Because there are 20+ different plugins in the suite, it’s impossible to cover every single feature. Instead, we recommend you visit the Crocoblock website if you’re interested in this type of advanced functionality for Elementor.

Price: Free versions of many JetPlugins at For Pro features, you can purchase individual JetPlugins for $15-$43 each or you can get a bundle of all 20+ Elementor plugins from $199.

6. Paid Member Subscriptions

Paid Member Subscriptions Elementor membership plugin

Paid Member Subscriptions is a fully functioning WordPress membership plugin that offers a dedicated Elementor integration to add membership functionality to all of your Elementor designs.

It’s a great option if you want to build a successful membership site with Elementor.

You can create unlimited membership levels and then users can join your site via their preferred plan. You can make membership levels free or charge for access on a one-time or recurring basis.

Then, you can restrict access to content on your site based on a user’s membership level, which is where Paid Member Subscriptions’ Elementor integration comes into play. You’ll get new Content Restriction settings for any Elementor widget, column, or section that lets you restrict access using a membership level.

Paid Member Subscriptions also adds its own Elementor widgets for the following:

  • Registration forms
  • Account management (including frontend subscription management).
  • Login
  • Recover password

You can also integrate with any Elementor pricing table widget to create pricing tables for your membership levels.

To learn more, check out our guides on how to build an Elementor membership site and how to restrict content in Elementor. Elementor also has a blog post on how to restrict Elementor content using Paid Member Subscriptions.

Price: Free version for free membership levels or one-time payments. Paid version from €69 for recurring payment support plus lots of other useful features.

7. ElementsKit


ElementsKit is another one of the best Elementor addons at, where it’s active on over 700,000 sites.

It adds a ton of new functionality to Elementor, including new widgets, templates, and features:

  • Widgets – access 74+ new widgets across the free and premium version, including dedicated WooCommerce widgets. You get 44+ new widgets with the free version alone.
  • Templates – access hundreds of new templates, including 79+ full-page templates, 400+ section block templates, and 45+ header and footer templates.

You’ll also get a bunch of new features including the following:

  • Header and footer builder.
  • Mega menu builder, including vertical mega menu support.
  • Sticky content.
  • Parallax effects.
  • Cross-domain copy paste.

Price: Free version. Pro version from $39.

8. Premium Addons for Elementor

Premium Addons for Elementor

Premium Addons for Elementor is another popular option if you’re looking to add more widgets and templates to the Elementor editor.

It comes in both a free and a premium version and it adds the following new options:

  • Widgets – you get 60+ new Elementor widgets across the free and Pro version, including some unique options such as widgets to embed real reviews from Google Reviews, Facebook, and Yelp.
  • Templates – you can access 400+ new section block templates to help you create your designs.

Beyond the new widgets and templates, Premium Addons for Elementor also adds some other useful features such as widget display conditions, floating effects (similar to the Motion Effects in Elementor Pro), custom mouse cursors, and more.

Price: Free version. Pro version from $39.

9. TranslatePress

TranslatePress is one of the best Elementor addons to create a multilingual website with Elementor

TranslatePress is a popular WordPress translation plugin that makes it easy to create an SEO-friendly multilingual WordPress website.

You can translate your content manually or via automatic translation from Google Translate or DeepL. Then, you can manage everything from a point-and-click visual interface, just like Elementor.

If you’re using Elementor, TranslatePress also offers a built-in Elementor integration so that you can connect your site’s multilingual functionality to Elementor in two main ways:

  1. You can show/hide Elementor widgets or sections based on a user’s currently selected language. For example, you could show a widget to people browsing in English, but not to people browsing in Spanish. You can easily set this up right from the widget’s settings.
  2. You get a new Language Switcher Elementor widget that lets you add your site’s language switcher to any Elementor design or template. For example, if you’re using Elementor Theme Builder, you could easily add the language switcher to your header template.

Overall, if you want to create a multilingual Elementor website, TranslatePress is the perfect addon to not just translate your content, but also integrate key multilingual functionality with the Elementor editor.

To learn more, check out the full guide on how to translate Elementor using TranslatePress.

Price: Free to translate your site into one new language. Paid plans start at €89 and offer unlimited language support, improved multilingual SEO, and lots more.

10. Envato Elements

Envato Elements plugin for Elementor

You’re probably familiar with Envato from its popular ThemeForest and CodeCanyon marketplaces.

Envato Elements, however, is a freemium plugin that adds hundreds of new templates to Elementor, along with the ability to insert over one million royalty-free stock images without leaving your WordPress dashboard.

The templates are organized into “Template Kits”, which are collections of multiple templates all based on the same website.

Overall, if you specifically want access to hundreds of themed full-page Elementor templates, this is a great option.

Price: Free version. Some templates are paid.

11. Elemailer


Elemailer is a really nifty plugin that lets you use Elementor’s visual interface to design custom email templates for the emails that you send to your website’s users.

For example, let’s say that you’re using the Form widget in Elementor Pro to accept submissions from your visitors. As part of that, you might send one or more confirmation emails to the user (or other people).

With Elemailer, you can customize the design and style of those emails using the familiar Elementor interface.

Currently, the free version of Elemailer supports the Elementor Pro Form widget and Contact Form 7, while the premium version adds support for WooCommerce and MailPoet.

Price: Limited free version. Pro version from $48.

12. Events Tracker for Elementor

Elementor Events Tracker

Events Tracker for Elementor is a plugin for more advanced users that helps you set up custom analytics tracking using events and conversions.

Just by enabling a toggle, you’re able to track the following actions in your Elementor designs:

  • Button widget click
  • Call To Action widget click
  • Form widget submit
  • Heading widget click
  • Icon List widget click
  • Image widget click
  • Pricing Table widget click

The developer also has plans to add support for more events in the future.

Currently, the plugin supports the following analytics/tracking services:

  • Google Analytics
  • Google Ads conversion tracking
  • Google Tag Manager
  • Facebook
  • Yandex Metrika
  • Vkontakte

Price: 100% free.

13. Happy Addons for Elementor

Happy Addons for Elementor plugin

Happy Addons for Elementor is another one of the best Elementor addons for people who are primarily looking for new Elementor widgets and design options.

Here’s what you get with the plugin:

  • Widgets – 97+ new widgets across the free and paid version. You can access 48+ of these in the free version while the rest require the Pro version.
  • Templates – 450+ new section block templates that you can use in your designs.

Beyond the new widgets and templates, you also get some other useful features including the following:

  • Mega menu builder.
  • Floating effects (similar to Elementor Pro Motion Effects).
  • Force columns to be equal heights.
  • Add text outlines to native text widgets.
  • Cross-domain copy paste.
  • Particle effects.
  • Display conditions.

Price: Free version. Paid version from $39.

14. WunderWP


WunderWP is one of the best Elementor addons for working more efficiently across multiple sites.

You can save your own presets or templates to “the cloud”. Then, you can quickly reuse those presets or templates on any other site without needing to manually import/export or copy/paste.

If you build a lot of sites with Elementor, this can save you a ton of time by letting you build your own custom library of presets and templates.

Beyond that, you can also access 300+ premade styles straight from the WunderWP team.

If you like this approach, you can also check out Assistant Pro, which offers similar functionality. Assistant Pro comes from the Beaver Builder team, but it still works well with Elementor.

Price: 100% free.

15. Metform

Metform Elementor form plugin

Metform is a great option if you want to build custom forms with Elementor but you don’t have the budget to purchase Elementor Pro to access the Form widget.

With the free version of Metform, you can build custom forms right from Elementor, including setting up confirmation emails, after-submit redirects, and lots of other customization options.

With the premium version, you can also access features that the Elementor Pro Form widget doesn’t offer, such as conditional logic and calculation fields.

This plugin also comes from the same developer as the ElementsKit plugin that we detailed above.

Price: Free version. Pro version from $39.

16. Elementor Contact Form DB

Elementor Contact Form DB plugin

Let’s keep things with forms for a second with another Elementor form addon – Elementor Contact Form DB.

By default, the Elementor Form widget lets you send confirmation emails after form submissions or connect to CRMs via Zapier, but it doesn’t let you save those submissions to your WordPress site’s database.

This plugin changes that. It will save form submissions to your site so that you have a record of all submissions and can also view the data from your WordPress dashboard. You can also easily export some/all of the data to a CSV file to use it elsewhere.

Price: 100% free.

17. Make Column Clickable Elementor

Make Column Clickable for Elementor

Make Column Clickable Elementor is a simple utility addon for Elementor that does exactly what the name suggests – it lets you make entire columns clickable in your Elementor designs instead of needing to rely on individual widgets.

This can be especially handy for landing pages where you want to make an entire area clickable instead of just a button or hyperlink.

It’s super easy to use – you’ll get a new option in the column’s settings that lets you enter the link that people should be taken to when they click the column. And that’s it!

Price: 100% free.

18. PowerPack Addons for Elementor

PowerPack for Elementor

PowerPack Addons for Elementor is a set of widgets and templates from the same developer as the popular PowerPack Addons for Beaver Builder plugin.

Here’s what you get with this one:

  • Widgets – 75+ new widgets across the free and paid version.
  • Templates – 150+ new section block templates to use in your design.

You also get a number of new features including the following:

  • Header and footer builder.
  • Dynamic display conditions for widgets and sections.
  • Cross-domain copy paste.

Price: Free version. Paid version from $49.

19. Split Test for Elementor

Split Test Plugin for Elementor

Finally, Split Test for Elementor is one of the best Elementor addons for users looking to A/B test and optimize their Elementor designs.

You can test different elements within the same page or you can test two or more completely different Elementor designs against one another.

The plugin will automatically track conversion goals and let you view the details in your dashboard.

You can also adjust the ratio of traffic between your different test variants. For example, if you have two test variants, you could do an equal 50/50% split or send 75% of traffic to one variant and only 25% to the other.

Price: 100% free.

Try the Best Elementor Addons and Plugins Today

That wraps up our collection of the best Elementor plugins and addons for a range of different use cases.

We hope you were able to find some great options on this list, whether you just want new widgets or you want to add new functionality to Elementor such as the ability to show/hide widgets based on a user’s language or membership level.

Most of these Elementor addons have free versions, so you can test out the ones you find most interesting and see how things do.

Do you still have any questions about how to choose the best Elementor addons for your site? Let us know in the comments!

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