Wordpress Plugins


Display the Most Commented Post in WordPress

I often see blogs that display the most commented post on the sidebar of their site. It is a great idea since it showcases the most talked about article and helps build a community around the discussions on your site which means more user engagement and more visits to your website.   First, install the […]


25 Best WordPress Plugins

Every WordPress user has a suite of plugins that they cannot live without. These plugins are usually for security, caching, improving the site, and other improvements of the WordPress core. What’s great about it if you have thought of an idea and think that you can code it in WordPress, think of plugins first. There […]


How to Choose The Best WordPress Plugins

Plugins make WordPress easy especially for beginners. The problem is that there are more than 30,000 available WordPress plugins and users find it hard to find the best WordPress plugin to do the job.  Plugins are both a blessing and a curse. When you need solution to your problems, think of a plugin first, I’m […]


Add Subtitle Post and Pages in WordPress

Have you ever felt that there is something missing in your post or pages? A subtitle perhaps? If you need a subtitle in your post or page, we got you covered.   All you need is a simple plugin called, Secondary Title. Upon activation you can automatically see a new field below the title post […]


Display Before and After Images Using Twenty Twenty Plugin

If you want to display before and after images in your website, it will be possible to do it with WordPress out of the box. So, a plugin such as this TwentyTwenty plugin by Corey Martin will make it possible. This plugin takes advantage of the clip property within CSS by stacking two identical-sized images […]


Correctly Attribute Articles with Cite

If you are a WordPress site that publishes academic or scholarly articles, then you need Cite. Cite is a new WordPress plugin that helps provide readers the information they need to cite articles correctly. The plugin uses dynamic tags to generate the date, site name, post title, and permalink. Post authors can post citation instructions […]


How to Block Spam Comments with CAPTCHA

Comments are a very good way to engage users in your blog. However, there comes a time where your blog becomes popular and it is flooded with unnecessary messages. Some in a form of ads, others are saying useless comments that doesn’t add any value to your post, and others seem to be automated. These […]


Add Password-Free Login to Your WordPress

You’ve probably heard that to keep your WordPress site secured, you need to provide a strong password, so why add password-free login to your WordPress? It’s not actually password-free because Clef is a mobile app that replaces your login details using just your smartphone. When you visit the login page on a Clef-enabled site, it […]


Plugin: Bring My Blog Visitors Back

Losing blog visitors? Bring My Blog Visitors Back is a premium WordPress plugin by MaxBlogPress. This plugin is designed to offer more flexibility and control over your RSS feeds and how readers can interact with your content. People who use RSS feeds to subscribe to multiple websites at a time are what we call as […]


10 Best WordPress Membership Plugins

Are you starting to build your member soon? Do you have a WordPress membership site but it doesn’t suit your needs? Here are some great WordPress membership plugins for your site. A great way to monetize websites are through memberships. You can share exclusive content, post tutorials, and provide discounts and special offers to your […]


Embed Bing Maps in WordPress

While it is possible to add Google Maps in WordPress, it is also possible to add Bing Maps in WordPress. The best part is that you don’t need any plugin to do it. All you need to do is to go to Bing Maps, then search for the location or map you want to embed. […]


Add NoFollow Checkbox to Insert Link Section

WordPress allows you to open a link in a new window by default but it doesn’t allow you to easily add rel=”nofollow”. You either have to nofollow tag each links automatically, or manually add nofolow tag to each link by editing the HTML code. These two are either tedious or too much work. Each time […]


MotoPress Content Editor Plugin Review

Can’t pay for a web developer but need to have a page right now? Don’t worry, here is a content editor WordPress plugin for you. MotoPress Contend Editor is a page builder for WordPress that makes creating and editng your WordPress posts, and pages easily. This plugin is a content and page editor that integrates […]


Make Your WordPress Site Mobile-Friendly with WPTouch

A mobile-friendly site is a must for all website and blog owners today. If you haven’t created a mobile-friendly site, then you should take action now. You’ll losing out a lot of potential readers and customers if you don’t make your site mobile-friendly. There are many ways you can make a site mobile-friendly: Do it […]


Set Multiple Default Categories for WordPress Posts

When you don’t assign a catergory to your post, it will automatically go to ‘uncategorized’. The ‘Uncategorized’ category is a generic category where WordPress that doesn’t have a specific category go. Oftentimes I’m annoyed that my posts go in here since it doesn’t help me connect to my readers and provide useful information to them. […]


Quickly Activate and Deactivate Plugins from Your Admin Bar

WordPress is the most popular CMS on the web with many components. Sometimes errors can raise their heads on your WordPress site, and it may be difficult to figure out what is causing the problem . When troubleshooting, it’s always advised to deactivate your other plugins temporarily and see if your problem persists. Usually wordpress […]


How to Extend Your Plugin Without Losing Your Changes

One way to customize plugins is to extend it. Creating a child plugin is not practical because this only works in themes. Themes have a very specific set of behaviors and plugins are completely different. The right way to customize a plugin is to get in touch with the plugin author and let them know […]


WordPress Shortcodes Plugins that You Have to Try

Shortcodes are WordPress-specific codes that will let you do creative things with scripts and code. If you haven’t used shortcodes, then you are missing out on a lof of stuffs that a shortcode can have like for example, taking long ugly lines of code into one, clean, short line of code. It is a shortcut […]


How to Avoid Accidentally Publishing Posts in WordPress

“Are you sure you want to publish this post?” This confirmation is missing in WordPress that is why most of the time I publish posts accidentally. If only WordPress included this feature. Even the most experienced WordPress users press the publish button by accident. Accidental publishing can become an issue particularly if your posts gets […]


Gust Plugin: Ghost-Style Admin Panel for WordPress

If you know Ghost, then this is a great plugin to have in your WordPress site. Ghost is an open source blogging project which is originally introduced as a pure blogging platform with “WordPress-lite fork” However, after a great deliberation, the creator of Ghost did not fork WordPress, instead, the brought this application on Node.js […]