MotoPress Content Editor allows people who know zero code to create beautiful, professional looking websites with a simple drag and drop functionality. MotoPress is a paid plugin.
Once you download it and then install it on your site, there are just a few settings to verify. Here are the options that are available:
Here is a quick video of how it works. I have a more detailed tutorial on how to use it next.
Some of the really nice features are that you can add tables, charts, slideshows, and more with this plugin, and they all come out very professional looking. The downside is that you don’t have as many options as you would if you were coding these features yourself. There are no options to change colors or style most things. It is, however, very easy to make things fit automatically, and resize responsively when viewed on a phone or tablet. There is also a nice option to add custom widgets to the sidebar (which you create) of each page, so having different widgets on each page is no problem. You can add them to the side or at the bottom. However, no way to make the backgrounds of these areas a different color unless you know code.
Here’s my full tutorial:
Once you get out of the MotoPress Content Editor, you page will look like a bunch of mumbo jumbo of shortcode like this:
But, just click on the blue MotoPress button to see the beautiful visual editor again and go back and make changes.
Here are some examples of the really nice charts that come with MotoPress Content Editor:
Here’s an example of how the responsive design works:
One note, when you are done editing in the MotoPress Content Editor, you want to update there, but also remember to update the page as you normally would for your changes to take affect.
MotoPress says on their website that the content editor works with any WordPress theme, but keep in mind that it is meant to create regular pages and posts. If you have a theme that relies on template pages to handle content, or you are using WooCommerce for products, I would not recommend using this product for those cases. MotoPress only works on pages and posts where you will be editing the content through the regular WordPress content editor.
Overall, this plugin is great for the new user of WordPress. It’s great for the business person who doesn’t want to learn how to program websites but wants his website to look professional. If you give it a try, please let me hear your feedback, or if you know of other similar options for WordPress.
Disclaimer: MotoPress gave me a trial version of this plugin for review purposes however I received no compensation from MotoPress for writing this review. However, if you are interested in purchasing MotoPress Content Editor, I would appreciate you using the link here at no extra cost to you so that I receive a commission. I would not recommend this product if I did not feel completely confident that it can help you create the pages you want. Thanks for your consideration.