Posts Tagged with: WordPress Plugins

Cost Of A Custom WordPress Website

Before you think that it’s cheaper to use, you may want to keep reading as the platform may not be the best for a business, but only ideal for a blogger. Average businesses will cost between $3,000 and $15,000. If you work with a good agency it will cost between $8,000 and $40,000. … Continue reading “Cost Of A Custom WordPress Website”

Advanced Custom Fields Plugin And Why I Quit Using It

I actually quit using this Advanced Custom Fields Plugin years ago due to the limitations it had when updating and support. Custom fields are useful when you need extra data to show on your pages, post or custom post types. The biggest thing with ACF plugin is if you use it, you are dependent on … Continue reading “Advanced Custom Fields Plugin And Why I Quit Using It”

WordPress “Display Widgets” plugin purged from repository

The Display Widgets plugin in its day was the plugin of choice to manage your sidebars. If you had sidebars on your theme, you may want only 3 widgets shown on your about page. Then you want these “other” 3 shown only on your blog. With this plugin it could do that. Even though with … Continue reading “WordPress “Display Widgets” plugin purged from repository”

WordPress Donate Plugins For Non-Profits

Many non-profits use WordPress because it’s minimal ease to manage content. What we are asked from non-profit groups most often is about WordPress donate plugins. Donations are what helps keep the non-profit in motion. An important thing to remember is that donors care about how donations are collected. When people are new to your non-profit … Continue reading “WordPress Donate Plugins For Non-Profits”

5 Simple Ways To Secure Your WordPress Website

When WordPress security is brought up external resources are discussed. Hardening WordPress must start with the install and the administrator of the website. Websites are no longer like sheets of paper. They are dynamic. And like software that requires strong protection you must update. Here we are looking at 5 simple ways to secure your … Continue reading “5 Simple Ways To Secure Your WordPress Website”

How I use JetPack Plugin in WordPress

Jetpack is a WordPress Plugin built by Automattic with over 12 billion downloads. It adds up to 30 features to your website, but should you use it all? Maybe just part of it? Originally developed for sites, JetPack was a no-brainer to install and use. Features like site monitoring, Stats, Subscriptions, and others were … Continue reading “How I use JetPack Plugin in WordPress”

The Rise Of SaaS WordPress Plugins

The beauty of SaaS WordPress plugins is to be able to take what is there, and extend functionality; that is what plugins do, but SaaS goes further. WordPress themes are the look and feel of your website, but plugins are what drive the functionality of your website. That may be oversimplified for seasoned WordPress people, … Continue reading “The Rise Of SaaS WordPress Plugins”

WordPress Plugins We Love And Use

WordPress Plugins are ways to extend and add to the functionality that already exists in WordPress. You can see the list of plugins Automattic has developed on their profile on website here. The core of WordPress is designed to be lean and lightweight, to maximize flexibility and minimize code bloat. Plugins then offer custom functions and features … Continue reading “WordPress Plugins We Love And Use”

Plugin Review: Pixabay Images

Pixabay Images plugin connects to, a free image library with CC0 public domain pictures. If you don’t have a budget for iStock or other account, then Pixabay is a good solution. We’ve blogged about other free image resources before and while they are all great, this one is different. Pixabay offer this free WordPress plugin … Continue reading “Plugin Review: Pixabay Images”

Plugin Review: Emergency Password Reset

Have you had your WordPress site compromised because a user had a poor password? Well after your conversation about how 12345 is not a secure password install and activate”Emergency Password Reset” and reset all the passwords and automatically email them out to your users. Emergency Password Reset When you click reset passwords, the plugin recreates … Continue reading “Plugin Review: Emergency Password Reset”