$85 - $175
|$69 - $299||$49 - $249||$79 - $149|
Preferred coding proficiency level
|None||None||None||Some PHP knowledge|
Types of sites you can build
|Custom brochure sites|
|Classified sites (marketplace)|
|Online courses sites|
|Real estate listings|
|Vacation rental||yes, a simplified version|
|Hotel booking||yes, a simplified version|
|Car and equipment rental||yes, a simplified version|
|Appointment booking||yes, a simplified version|
Custom content types like posts and pages. Use them to structure the website content and make it visually perceptible.
|yes, via free extension|
Expand the custom post types. Add as many meta fields as you need for the CPTs to look informative and neat.
Group the custom meta fields for certain post types into meta boxes, which allow users to add extra information to posts/pages/CPTs.
Custom fields by types
Additional features for custom fields
Conversion of the Cyrillic letters to the Latin alphabet in the meta field name.
Configure the visibility of certain meta fields. According to the rules you set, they will either appear or disappear on the backend.
|yes, via free extension|
Categorize the custom post types according to any classification criteria.
Special pages that allow you to create and manage any global website settings.
Interrelate different custom post types by choosing the relevant type of relations.
Pull out the user data, data from the custom post types, meta fields, taxonomies, option pages, and display it dynamically on the frontend.
A module that lets users set the dynamic visibility parameters for every element on the page depending on meta fields’ values, user data, and other conditions.
Create custom lists of posts, taxonomy terms, users, and tune the visual display of every desired item. Manage the items using database queries like meta values, taxonomies, authors, etc.
Showcase the post types in the form of a grid according to your vision.
Display the available taxonomy items as a grid, respecting their hierarchical relations.
Present the existing user profiles as a clear-cut listing.
Deliver the listing items as a set of scrollable slides.
Standard layout with the manageable number of columns and listing items per page.
Adjust the height and location of the columns within a listing.
The ability to display the alternative listing items within the main listing.
A dynamic widget to display scheduled events and timetables.
Add clickable markers to the map and show all the location details in a pop-up.
Hide one part of the listing under a corresponding button/widget and showcase it on demand.
Adjust the per-page navigation to switch between the different pages of the listing fast and freely.
Used to make the next set of posts come into sight automatically, as soon as the user reaches the bottom of the page.
A personal data repository for every user. Can store any post collections such as wishlists, favorites, comparison charts, likes, etc.
The opportunity to publish posts through form submission right from the frontend.
A possibility to edit the previously submitted posts without having to dig into the code.
Enable the site visitors to sign up for an account by filling out a frontend registration form.
The opportunity to add or remove the user details on the frontend form page.
A possibility to modify forms and form fields as they are being rendered.
Add a PayPal checkout page after the form is submitted to automate the payment routine.
Choose the right notification type from a variety of post-submit actions.
Automate repetitive tasks and the processes you’ve had to handle manually.
Boost your e-mail marketing by integrating the forms with MailChimp, ActiveCampaign, or GetResponse.
Create a unified e-mail template and use it to reach different marketing goals.
Ready-made post templates that can be customized to your needs and taste.
The ability to build a custom archive template from scratch.
Create and style the header and footer blocks to go well with your website.
Create a listing and add the content to it using the new Gutenberg Blocks editor.
|yes, via Pro||yes, via paid extension|
A feature that lets users remove the posts they’ve created earlier right from the frontend.
Allows you to import and export the previously created custom post types, meta fields, and terms from one website to another and vice versa.
Pull out the data that previously could have been received from the code only, i.e., min/max or average field value.
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