WordPress is one of the most popular and widely used content management systems out there, which is primarily because of the flexibility and extensibility it offers. Although the platform is fairly easy to use, you’ll need to have some coding experience in order to deal with the technical stuff. In case you don’t have any
Category / WordPress Plugins
One of the main reasons people prefer WordPress over other platforms is the flexibility and extensibility it offers. In addition to being an open-source platform, WordPress also comes with thousands of free and premium plugins that extend functionality and take the experience to another level. WP plugins make it easier for users to add and
This collection of plugins is all about helping your customers and potential customers, we have chosen over 50 plugins for customer support, help desks, live chat and more. Providing live chat on your website has been proven to help sales as site visitors who are potential customers can get fast answers to any questions they
A WordPress Membership plugin allow site owners and businesses to monetize their sites/blogs by driving customers to paid membership programs, which can be significantly more profitable in the long run when compared to other monetization options such as display ads and affiliate programs. Most marketers and seasonal bloggers looking for short-term gains usually avoid paid
As the name suggests, WordPress slider plugins add a slideshow into a webpage, including home page, landing pages and almost any other page. A sleek and well-executed slider can get things moving and makes a webpage more visually appealing. Sliders are usually used by business or professional portfolio sites to grab attention of random visitors.
WordPress has gallery functionality built right into it so you can upload images using the Media uploader and embed them in posts. Unfortunately the handling is dependent on the theme and won’t always have the right look or extra functionality that you might require. If you run a website which makes use of a lot
WooCommerce has quickly established itself as the best WordPress plugin for adding eCommerce functionality to your website, it is used to power over 39% of all eCommerce stores online – a staggering market share total considering it started off life as a simple fork of the existing Jigoshop WordPress plugin. Since Automattic acquired it in