Contact Form 7 is an amazing plugin for building forms for WordPress websites. It has a very friendly interface which makes it easy to use and people love it! I love it too! However, one of the downsides, which applies to many plugins as well, is the lack of a mechanism for saving the submitted forms into the database.
Given the wide range of plugins in the official WordPress Repository, it is safe to say that there are multiple plugins for every imaginable aspect of the platform. The downside of all this is that even experienced users find it difficult to recommend a plugin.
Galleries are an important way of managing and presenting multiple images or videos on a WordPress website. However, the concept of galleries has become so advanced that no single plugin could claim to offer all the features and functionalities associated with the implementation of galleries in WordPress. Nor this is something recommended.
I get this question a lot. “How can I display my contact form on 2 or 3 columns?” or “What are my options to have a contact form with fields side by side?” You get it! The main idea is how to get those text fields like Name or Email Address displayed on the same line and not one under another. Why? Because it looks good, therefore it increases the user experience. Let`s see what options you have!
Knowing how visitors interact with your website helps you to constantly optimize and determine how well your traffic generation efforts go. On one hand, WordPress has an in-built stats tracking feature which provides statistics at a glance such as new posts, likes, and comments.
According to a survey conducted in 2014, it was shown that the non-English downloads of WordPress has outgrown the English language downloads. Andrew Nacin, a core WordPress developer, mentioned at WordCamp in Seattle that only 5-10% of the world population use English as their primary language, it certainly means that the time is not far off when the languages like Spanish and Mandarin dominate WordPress installations.
Contrary to popular belief, WordPress sites aren’t any more or less vulnerable than other websites. The same malware threats – Pharma hacks (spam injections to your site database/ files), backdoors, drive-by downloads, malicious redirects to dangerous websites, database phishing (steals your users’ information) – are just as common on HTML or websites built on other platforms as they are on WordPress.
There`s no other CMS in the world better at SEO than WordPress. Why? Because of some amazing plugins, which make the dirty job of inviting Search Engines robots to your website.
Below I gathered 10 awesome SEO plugins for WordPress which I`m sure will bring your website on the Google`s front page! Aren`t you convinced yet? Try them and you`ll be amazed!
13,468. This is the number that comes up when you visit the plugins section of the wordpress.org website. Wow! If you’re a blogger you can choose from more than 13,000 different plugins. This is incredible. There’s a second number there as well. One showing how many downloads there’s been. It’s quickly approaching 160,000,000 at the time of writing this piece. This is even more incredible.