When writing in a blog, it’s always better to include images and thus make your articles more attention-grabbing. Here are some plugins which make things easier for you.
When comparing membership site management solutions it is easy to get caught up looking at all of the bells, whistles, and extra features the software can provide. Unfortunately, none of these added bonuses are of any use if the solution doesn’t provide the basic abilities every membership site management solution should have.
I’ve had the pleasure to test the WP Jobboard plugin for a few days. This premium plugin gives you the power to turn your WordPress website into a fully featured job-board where companies can place job-postings and job seekers can respond to those postings or post there own resumé. But where WP Jobboard really excels is it’s customizability.
Unsafe passwords are a major cause of WordPress being hacked, so lets see what plugins can help us out in this department. Here are the ones I use on my sites.
The WordPress dashboard tends to be cluttered with widgets you and your users might not want. You might also want to set different widgets per role.
Here’s the solution: Dashboard Commander
Of all the form plugins out there, it seems that the mighty Gravity Forms is the undisputed king. But of course, that doesn’t mean you should blindly use it just because “everybody else uses it”. How do other plugins compare? Are there any others that are worth considering? We’re going to take a look at two others: Formidable and Ninja Forms and see how they measure up against the current top choice.