11 Elementor Add-ons to Display Blog Posts

As you might have known, Elementor Pro comes with a Posts widget that you can use to display blog posts on your website. You can use the widget to display blog posts by categories, tags, authors, or manual selection. What if you use Elementor Free and want to display blog posts? You can install one of the following add-ons.

All add-ons below have widgets to display blog posts. Each widget displays blog posts in a different style and layout. Here is the list.

Paid Elementor add-ons to display blog posts

1. JetBlog

Want to create an online magazine with Elementor? If yes then JetBlog is a perfect add-on. If you have ever noticed, most online magazines have a grid section or two to display articles on the homepage or category pages. JetBlog is an Elementor add-on that allows you to display blog posts in such a style. The add-on adds two widgets that you can use to display blog posts:

  • Smart Posts Tiles
  • Smart Posts List

To display blog posts in a grid style, you can use the Smart Posts Tiles widget. While for the Smart Posts List widget, you can use it to display blog posts in a list style. The Smart Posts Tiles widget offers 9 different layouts you can choose from. In addition to widgets to display blog posts, JetBlog also comes with widgets to create a video playlist. You can get JetBlog for $19.

2. JetElements

JetElements is developed by the same developer as JetBlog. Unlike JetBlog which is designed specifically for online magazines, you can use JetElements for general purposes. JetElements comes with 41 widgets to add creative elements to your Elementor page. One of which is the Posts widget that you can use to display blog posts on your website. The Posts widget of JetElements displays blog posts in a similar way as the Posts of widget of Elementor Pro. The difference is, the Posts widget of JetElements allows you to display the blog posts in a carousel.

In addition to displaying blog posts, the Posts widget of JetElements can also be used to display other content types like pages, WooCommerce products, custom post types, and so on. JetElements itself is available at $24 per year.

3. Raven

Raven is an Elementor add-on developed by Artbees. The add-on is developed exclusively for Jupiter X theme. So, to use Raven, you have to buy the Jupiter X theme. Raven is available as a required plugin for Jupiter X theme. It comes with a widget called Posts that you can use to display blog posts on your website. The Posts widget of Raven allows you to display blog posts in two styles: grid and masonry. There are 7 hover effects you can apply. You can filter the blog posts by categories, tags, or authors. Features like pagination and the ability to disable meta info are available.

4. PowerPack

PowerPack is a feature-rich Elementor add-on. It offers about 6 widgets that you can use to display blog posts on your website according to the concept of your website. For instance, if you have an online magazine, you can use the Magazine Slider widget to display blog posts in a slider style. Or, if you want to display blog posts in a grid style, you can use the Tiled Posts widget. Here are the widgets offered PowerPack that you can use to display blog posts.

  • Advanced Posts
  • Magazine Slider
  • Tiled Pots
  • Content Ticker
  • Post Timeline
  • Card Slider

5. Ultimate Addons

Ultimate Addons offers only one widget to display blog posts: the Posts widget. Even so, the widget allows you to display blog posts in four different styles: grid, masonry, featured, and slider. Also, you can select a skin to instantly get your blog posts displayed in a nice-looking design. In addition to general elements like post meta, excerpt, title, and featured image, you can also enable the call to action element to your blog posts section. Another feature offered by the Posts widget of Ultimate Addons is the ability to display the blog posts in filterable tabs.

You can also enable pagination to the blog posts section. There are two pagination styles you can choose from: number and infinity load. Same as other add-ons above, the Posts widget of Ultimate Addons also allows you to filter the blog posts by categories, tags, and authors.

6. Unlimited Elements

If you are looking for an Elementor add-on that offers multiple widgets to display blog posts, Unlimited Elements might is the one you are looking for. The add-on offers about 21 widgets to display blog posts. You can select one according to your needs. The setting and styling options offered by each widget might be vary so make sure to select a widget that is best suited to your need if you want to buy Unlimited Elements.

7. Element Pack

Element Pack is another paid Elementor add-on that offers widgets to display blog posts. The add-on offers several widgets that you can use to display blog posts on your website, including the Post Grid widget to display blog posts in a grid style, the Post Slider widget to display blog posts in a slider style, and the Post List widget to display blog posts in a list style, and so on. There are over 20 widgets offered by Element Pack in total aimed at displaying blog posts.

Free Elementor add-ons to display blog posts

1. Happy Addons

Happy Addons is actually released as a freemium add-on but you can use the free version of Happy Addons to display blog posts of your website as the widgets to display blog posts are available on the free version. There are two widgets you can use: Post List and Post Tab. As the name suggests, you can use the Post List widget to display blog posts in a list style. While for the Post Tab widget, you can use to display blog posts in filterable tabs. You can download the free version of Happy Addons on the official plugin directory of WordPress.

2. Essential Addons

Looking for a free Elementor widget to display blog posts in a grid style? If yes then Essential Addons is one of the add-ons you can use. In addition to displaying blog posts in a grid style, you can also use Essential Addons to display blog posts in a timeline style. The free version of Essential Addons offers two widgets to display blog posts:

  • Post Grid
  • Post Timeline

When displaying blog posts using the Post Grid widget, you can set the number of columns and style (masonry or grid). Same as other widgets offered add-ons above, the widgets offered by Essential Addons also allow you to filter the blog posts by categories, tags, and authors. You can also download the free version Essential Addons on the WordPress plugin directory.

3. Stratum

Stratum is another Elementor add-on that you can use to display blog posts on your website. Same as Happy Addons and Essential Addons, Stratum is also released as a freemium add-on. The free version of Stratum offers a widget — the Advanced Posts widget — to display blog posts. You can download it on the plugin directory of WordPress. The Advanced Posts widget of Stratum allows you to display blog posts in three different styles: list, grid, and carousel. The widget offers no option to filter blog posts by categories, tags, or authors, but you can make a manual selection to display specific posts only.

4. JetGridBuilder

JetGridBuilder is a free Elementor add-on from Crocoblock. The add-on is designed specifically to display blog posts and pages in a grid. JetGridBuilder is a bit different from other add-ons above. You can only select the blog posts manually. Also, JetGridBuilder displays the blog posts statically. Meaning that the blog posts on the grid won’t change until you change them manually. JetGridBuilder is better-suited to display featured posts on the homepage in a certain period. The flexibility to set the grid size is a plus point offered by JetGridBuilder. You can download JetGridBuilder on the official plugin directory of WordPress.

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