Social sharing plugins are a key way of getting the word out about your content. But if you don’t pay close attention, it’s easy to install a plugin that won’t look great on mobile. So today we run through 18 of the best free and premium solutions that are also responsive.
Tag: premium plugins
Premium plugins are where it’s at if you’re running a professional website or building one for a client. You can bet your bottom dollar you’ll get better features, code quality and documentation, as well as reliable support. So don’t be a Scrooge, check out our list of the best plugins money can buy.
Pop-ups suck, everyone hates them, and they don’t work, right? Few aspects of web design have the ability to divide opinion quite like pop-ups. Whether you personally love them or hate them, they work. In this article, the first in a series of posts about the free plugins we have available over at WordPress.org, we show you how to set it up and start converting visitors to your site in no time.
Why settle for the default WordPress install when it can be so much more? Rachel McCollin goes through the WPMU DEV plugins she regularly installs on client sites that not only make WordPress more powerful, but also offer opportunities for branding and simplifying the backend.