WordPress Plugins

The Complete WordPress Plugins Guide for Beginners

What is Absolute Path in WordPress?

There are two type of file paths 1. relative 2. absolute relative is when we know path of some file and need to look along nearby path , like va...

What is Author Hreview plugin in WordPress

Author hReview is also a good WordPress rating plugin. It only supports editorial ratings submission (editor/author rating). This means that customers...

What is WP cloaker plugin in WordPress

WP Cloaker helps to shorten your long ugly affiliate links and track the number of clicks on each link. It stores some information about the visitor l...

How to Disable Google AMP from WordPress Site?

Accelerated Mobile Pages or AMP is an open source software specially developed for mobile users. The main purpose of AMP is to improve user experience...

What is WP Mail SMTP by WPForms plugin

WP Mail SMTP plugin is a very popular WordPress SMTP plugin in WordPress repository developed by WPForms. It is very easy to use. It fixes your email...

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Introduction to WordPress Plugin

From keeping check on the health of your blog to tracking its performance and everything in between, there are so many essential tools required to enhance the functionality of a website. And having to manage each of these tools externally would be tedious. If you have a blog hosted on WordPress, these external features can be customized and managed within the website, by adding plugins.

What Is a WordPress Plugin?

A WordPress plugin is a code that needs to be plugged-in to the basic code of your WordPress site so that a desired feature is added to your site. There are hundreds of plugins available online to meet every need of a blogger. While some of the best WordPress plugins are available in the WordPress repository, you can alternately download them from a range of online sources. These plugins can be either free or paid, depending on the source of downloading them and the WordPress plan your site is running on.

For example, ‘Akismet’ is a default plugin available with all Wordpress sites that helps to manage spam. At the same time, good WordPress security plugins are usually paid. In this category, let us discuss about everything that you want to know about WordPress plugins.