You can build a website with WordPress without much coding skill, or even without touching any line of code. The reason lies in many wonderful tools which help you do it easily. The most popular tools, it’s no doubt to say, are Gutenberg and page builders. At the moment, they have their pros and cons, so it’s not easy to decide which one is the best and overwhelms the other.
As you may all know, Gutenberg is now not just a WordPress editor. Recently, WordPress has the ambition of making Gutenberg also a page builder, a useful tool to build up a WordPress website. Following this tendency, web developers have created numerous plugins, added many blocks, layouts, settings,... to satisfy the demands of developers and website owners. Using these plugins along with themes made for Gutenberg will definitely help users and developers create websites, landing pages, or any page as well as publish posts at ease.
Nowadays, except for system fonts, Google Fonts is the optimal option for most websites for typography. However, there will be 2 disadvantages when you load Google Fonts for typical websites as instructed by Google's tutorials, or by the way to enqueue CSS in most WordPress themes:
Thanks to the ubiquity of the Internet, nearly every adult will at some point contemplate setting up a website. The site may be for business, for popularizing a cause, or for sharing their personal thoughts with the world. Setting up a website involves plenty of decisions.
Several months ago, someone asked us about the integrator for Elementor page builder when we had released the one for Beaver Themer. It was on our plan and took a while for launching. And now the extension for integration between Meta Box and Elementor is available.