This week in the WordPress Roundup……..
A comprehensive list of plugins every WordPress website could use. The list is neatly listed according to category and have some great choices here. All of them are free and available on the WordPress repository.
Offers an easy tutorial on how to create a floating “sticky” floater bar on your website. If you’re not into coding, it also offers a few plugins that will do the job just fine.
7 best practices that every WordPress user should be doing in order to maintain a efficient and secure website,
If you’re launching a new website or just re-modeling your existing one, a great coming soon page will keep visitors engaged with your business. This free plugin (paid version available) will let you create a beautiful coming soon page with no coding required.
Free plugins for creating tabs on your website. Whether in your main content area or in the sidebar, tabs are a great way to store alot of content in a single space. It also makes it easier to organize information for your readers.
Creating a forum on your website is a great way to build a community base. These free plugins will add forum functionality to your existing theme. Some are easy installs and some require some more work.
Running an affiliate program is a great way to earn money from your website without distracting readers with lots of advertising. These plugins will help you easily integrate some of the more popular affiliate platforms directly onto your site. Just don’t overdo it!
If you think all WordPress blogs and websites look the same, check out these beautiful and creative designs built on the WordPress platform. Get some inspiration for your next project or site re-design.
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