Home » Posts » The Envato Elements Plugin – The Good And The Not So Good
The Envato Elements Plugin - The Good And The Not So Good

The Envato Elements Plugin – The Good And The Not So Good

The Good

Envato Elements literally means millions of Creative Assets! Envato Elements is phenomenal and can help you as a creative if you are a graphic designer or you create websites for customers and need a huge amount of digital assets. This could well probably be the best digital assets website based on: 1) quantity of assets, 2) quality of assets and 3) price.

Their immense digital assets for creative include (just check the numbers below):

  • 1,6 million stock videos
  • 72K audio tracks
  • 500K sound effects
  • Over 32K motion graphics templates
  • 52 million stock images

To access all of the aforementioned you need to have the Envato Elements Subscription (US$ 33/month or US$ 16.50/ month if you pay yearly).

The Not So Good

  1. It uses much website memory – you need to have a minimum of 256 PHP Memory. I had to ask my host xneelo to temporarily increase my website’s memory to 256 just to enable the Envato Elements plugin to work
  2. If you try the “Free Kits”…  the Free Kits are actually useless because they require you to have Elementor Pro (which is not free)
  3. Envato cannot be used with the Gutenberg Block Editor. Envato can only be used with Elementor. Envato does not work with any other Page Builder.

Trying to assist a Client I temporarily installed the Envato Elements plugin on one of my trial sites. Have a look at the ‘Server Limits’ on the screenshot below.

The Envato Elements Plugin - The Good And The Not So Good

I use the Gutenberg Block Editor so I won’t be using Envato. Do you use Envato? In your opinion what are the pros and cons?

If this Blog was helpful please give it the thumbs-up👍 and subscribe to my channel. Thanks for reading. Cheers😎

Need Online Training? >
Subscribe to our YouTube Channel >
Subscribe to our Newsletter >
Follow us on Facebook >
Follow us on Instagram >
Follow us on Twitter >
My Fitness Blog >

Shares
CrestaProject
%d bloggers like this: