Plugins can extend WordPress to do almost anything you can imagine. Here is a list of some our commonly used plugins:
Custom CSS Manager
Simple plugin to manage Custom CSS Code to change the appearance of your WordPress website. This Plugin stores the CSS Code in the WordPress Options Database, very useful if you do not want to edit your theme css files.
This plugin allows administrators to globally disable comments on any post type (posts, pages, attachments, etc.) so that these settings cannot be overridden for individual posts. It also removes all comment-related fields from edit and quick-edit screens. On multisite installations, it can be used to disable comments on the entire network.
Widgets on Pages
The easy way to Add Widgets to Posts and/or Pages. Allows ‘in-page’ widget areas so widgets can be defined via shortcut straight into page/post content.
Flexible Recent Posts
Flexible Recent Posts (FRP) plugin gives you possibility to add widget to your blog with recent posts using user-defined template.
WP Category Post List Widget
Plugin to display posts filtered by category. It supports post thumbnails which would fetch thumbnails you have added from the wp editor. You can also set the CSS class, alternate list css style and much more. Also, you have complete control over the sorting method of the plugin.
Contact Form 7
Contact Form 7 can manage multiple contact forms, plus you can customize the form and the mail contents flexibly with simple markup.
The most popular WordPress slider plugin. You can choose from 4 different slideshow types (Flex Slider, Nivo Slider, Responsive Slides & Coin Slider) and use the provided shortcode or template include to easily embed slideshows in your blog.
The principle of a honeypot is simple — bots are stupid. While some spam is hand-delivered, the vast majority is submitted by bots scripted in a specific (wide-scope) way to submit spam to the largest number of form types. In this way they somewhat blindly fill in fields, irregardless of whether the field should be filled in or not. This is how a honeypot catches the bot — it introduces an additional field in the form that if filled out will cause the form not to validate.
Simple Staff List
The Simple Staff List plugin allows you to build a staff directory for your website. You get an easy-to-use interface which allows you to edit the following fields for each staff member: Name, Photo, Position, Email, Phone Number, and Bio. There’s also a drag-and-drop interface to set the order of your staff members.
All-in-One Event Calendar
A beautiful way to list your events in WordPress and easily share them with the rest of the world. Important: exclude the calendar pages in your robots.txt file or robots crawling through the calendar will crash your server.
Easy Table is a WordPress plugin that allow you to insert table in easy way. Why it’s easy? Because you don’t need to write any complicated HTML syntax. Note that this plugin is not a graphical user interface table generator, so you can simply type your table data directly in your post while you writing. No need to switch to another window nor click any toolbar button.
Plugin to display mobile view of WordPress website. Built by Elegant Themes (requires membership).
Relevanssi replaces the default search with a partial-match search that sorts results by relevance. It also indexes comments and shortcode content.
Google Analytics for WordPress
This plugin makes it simple to add Google Analytics to your WordPress blog, adding lots of features, eg. custom variables and automatic clickout and download tracking.
Google XML Sitemaps
This plugin will generate a special XML sitemap which will help search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing and Ask.com to better index your blog.