WordPress Plugins

Looking for some cool WordPress plugins that can help you out with a particular task? 🔌 You’re in the right place! Here, we list the best WordPress plugins for things like sliders, social media, RSS, custom post types, contact forms, and much more.

32 Best Social Media Plugins for WordPress (Part 1)

Why best social media plugins? Well, having a blog on WordPress usually requires more work than just writing. Promotion should be an essential element too. However, it’s never enough if you are the sole person sharing your content. It only counts when other people do it too.

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5 Best RSS Feed Plugins for WordPress

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“I thought RSS was dead!” – you’re thinking. Well, yes and no. Yes – it’s no longer such a popular mechanism used by people to stay updated with their favorite sites … most of that went away with the demise of Google Reader. And no – because it’s still an active technology, which means that we can use it for a lot of cool things

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How to Adapt Your Plugin for Gutenberg: Part 1 (Block API)

Adapt Your Plugin for Gutenberg: Part 1 (Block API)

The story is straightforward; Gutenberg is the new editor experience in WordPress, which is going to be merged into core in the next major release. A lot of plugins that do not keep up with this will become obsolete. This makes it essential that you adapt your plugin for Gutenberg before it’s too late.

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Build for Gutenberg: How Plugin and Theme Authors Are Addressing the Transition to Gutenberg

Build for Gutenberg: How Plugin and Theme Authors Are Addressing the Transition

At WordCamp Europe 2018, Matt Mullenweg laid out a rough roadmap for Gutenberg over the next several months. In July, there’s going to be a big push to increase Gutenberg adoption, with a 5.0 beta in play for August (or beyond; actually, probably beyond). The impending integration may have you wondering how WordPress developers are planning to build for Gutenberg.

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5 of the Best WordPress Review Plugins … Reviewed

Review websites (running on review plugins) have become a very important element in today’s e-commerce space. In one of their studies, MarketingLand reports that out of 1,046 survey participants, 90 percent admit that their buying decisions are in fact influences by online reviews.[1] Furthermore, according to another survey, 79 percent of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.[2] Those are just two of

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The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate 101: How to Get Started

Since the inception of WordPress plugins about 10 years ago not a lot has changed in the way we write them. There’s a main plugin file with a header followed by the Wild West basically. Apart from using hooks, there is no standardized way of making plugins. This isn’t necessarily a problem. There are many simple plugins that don’t need a governing framework, and there

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Integrating Google Maps With WordPress (How-To) – Intergeo Maps Plugin Review

Intergeo Maps Plugin Review

Detailed contact information is always important for a website owner, and especially if the website was built for a business purpose. The unfortunate fact is that we should never rely on the visitor’s “drive” to sniff around and find the contact data on their own. This is the kind of information that should always be directly right in front of them. It just makes it

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Integrating Charts and Graphs With WordPress (The How-To) – Visualizer Plugin Review

Raw data, stats, charts and graphs. … Including those is your no.1 way of taking a blog post (or any online article) to the next level in terms of content quality and authority. There’s just way too much content out there written on the fly and without much care put into the accuracy of the actual information. So the only way to stand out is

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Product Hunt Collections for WordPress – The Ultimate List

Here’s one for you: Where do you usually go if you want to discover some cool new WordPress-related tools? Google works well, clearly. So does WordPress.org if you’re looking for plugins (not so much for themes though … try ThemeIsle for that … cough!). CodeCanyon has also proven to be quite a good place to go for premium plugins, especially if the feature you’re after is a

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