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This review from Website Planet reads a bit more like a sales page than a critical review, along with a glowing endorsement and plenty of calls to action.
This is a really good comparison between Divi and Elementor from CollectiveRay. The author clearly has been developing sites in WordPress for a long time, and has a lot of experience using both themes. Ultimately they conclude that the functionality offered by the two plugins is very similar, and the decision on whether to buy boils down to pricing - if you're an agency with a lot of sites, go for Divi, if you're just using it on one site or need a free builder, then Elementor is the way to go.
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A course hosted by Udemy about how to build WordPress websites using the Elementor Page Builder
A course that covers the basics of building a website using WordPress and Elementor. The videos are of a good quality, the instruction is clear, and the examples are easy to follow through.
A course by Adam Preiser of WPCrafter that aims to cover building a complete website with WordPress and Elementor.
Another Udemy course covering Elementor in a good amount of detail. Coming in at 6.5 hours, the course spends most of the time detailing how to use Elementor with sections covering settings, the Elementor interface, page structure, how to use templates and the theme builder, before finishing off with a hands on section detailing how to build a complete site.
Frequently compared to Elementor, The Divi Builder is a little older but offers much of the same functionality. The Divi Builder is a page builder plugin that comes bundled with the Divi Theme - this is one of the two primary distinguishing factors: The Divi Builder comes with a theme, Elementor doesn't. The other distinguishing point between the two builders is that Divi's license is a little pricier, but a lifetime deal, whereas Elementor is a yearly subscription so you would likely end up spending far more on Elementor than Divi unless you just use Elementor's generous free plan.