Visual Elements is a Beaver Builder Add-on, we integrate 18 useful visual web elements as the page builder modules into Beaver Builder plugin. Visual Element Addon is available to use in both Beaver Builder Lite and Pro version, but Pro version is not required for this Beaver Builder Addon.

Can I use Beaver Builder Lite version for This Addon?

Absolutely, yes. Beaver Builder has Lite and Pro version, you can download the Lite version from Of course, if you need the Beaver Builder Official support and some other modules, just buy the Pro version on Beaver Builder official website.

What Is The Beaver Builder WordPress Page Builder?

Beaver Builder is a flexible drag and drop page builder that works on the front end of your WordPress website. Whether you’re a beginner or a professional, you’re going to love taking control of your website. Stop writing HTML or wrestling with confusing shortcodes. With Beaver Builder, building beautiful, professional WordPress pages is as easy as dragging and dropping.

Anyway, If you haven’t already to buy this Beaver Builder Addon and join Beaver Builder’s community, watch the video below or try out the official demo to see it in action!

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How about Beaver Builder?

No doubt that Beaver Builder is one of the best frontend page builder, over 200,000 activations for Lite version. They also offer excellent support and powerful Pro version. One of our favorite features is that all page layout and elements are not based on ShortCodes, it means if you don’t want to use beaver builder anymore, the HTML structure of all the content will always keep there.

Currently we includes 18 Modules in Beaver Builder

  • Accordion
  • Animated Typing
  • Blog
  • Button
  • Inline Buttons
  • Counter
  • Flip Box
  • Heading
  • Icon Box
  • Interactive Banner
  • Member
  • Icon Box
  • Picture Slider
  • Post Slider
  • Price Table
  • Tabs
  • WooCommerce Product Grid
  • WooCommerce Cart Button
  • WooCommerce Product Category
  • And will add more…


Source: Codecanyon

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