Advanced

Visual

Elements

Enhance your website with our advanced visuals!

..or download free version here.

Get Advanced Visual Elements plugin now
and stand out from the crowd.

Advanced Visual Elements plugin is a collection of the most popular code pieces from the web you can customize and embed to give your website that different look it’s missing.

Huge library

Choose from 50+ (and growing) elements to customize and embed.

Easy to customize

Native WordPress editor will feel
right when editing.

Up to date

Our plugin and elements library
is regularly updated.

Shortcode/Theme support

With generated shortcodes you can embed elements anywhere.

Check out what it can do

...these are just a sample of many more in our library
that you can check out here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Everything you want to know about the plugin

Yes, you can use basic version which has most of the element library and settings for free.
Download by clicking here!

We collected and compiled most popular code pieces from web and made a library out of them. You can download and customize them, as a developer would normally do - except you don't have to dive into the code, we connected the code with the editor so it's easy for you to work with it.

You get all of the library and settings unlocked, dynamic settings option and support. This means you get more control and a better choice! And since it's our plan for the library to be an ever-growing code repository - you'll get even more content in the future.

Go to our shop to purchase it!

We have a 30-day money back guarantee policy so you'll get your money back.

Yes, it works with any theme and any builder - it utilizes shortcodes to embed anywhere on your website.

Use this PHP code to prevent element rendering completely:
add_filter('ave_filter_render_flag', '__return_false');
or if you want to check post/shortcode ID, then use:
add_filter('ave_filter_render_flag', function($post_id) { return false; });

Make sure to update both the plugin and the library, if the problem persists report it on the plugin support page.

If you are a PRO user, you can use this filter:
add_filter('ave_filter_element_settings', function ($settings, $post_id) { return $settings; });

Yes, you can use:
ave_action_before_element
ave_action_after_element

Please log in to your account here. Inside your dashboard you'll find Support section, fill out the form (please copy all the info from the "Debug info" box found on Settings page) and submit - we'll get back to you as soon as we can.