One of our clients had a YouTube video embedded in their site and when it was done playing, we noticed a bunch of “related” videos would appear to the user. Since these were not related to our video at all, we needed a way to just go back to the beginning after it was done playing.
This premium plugin saves time and effort by allowing the admin to manage WordPress 301 redirects and prevent 404 errors with ease. The user can organize redirects into groups, view history of past redirects, and easy upload and download new or existing URLs.
Juicer compiles all your social media feeds into one beautifully laid out design. Just choose the social media accounts you want displayed on your website and configure the WordPress plugin. Once installed, there is no need to to touch it again and posts from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. will be continually added to your page.
Better Notifications is a great way to send out automatic email notifications to individuals, groups or users by role on WordPress. With this plugin you can customize the email using the WYSIWYG editor and short-codes. For example, the administrator can notify all subscribers when a new post has gone up on the website and include a logo, a link to the website and an unsubscribe button in the email.
As the name suggests, this plugin can disable comments site wide in just a single step. This includes comments on posts, pages and attachments.
This plugin gave us everything we were hoping for and more. Besides the fact that the share buttons were super easy to install, our favorite part was that the pop up allows the user to share the post without having to configure an email on another page.
Give your visitors a reason to stay on your WordPress site with Quiz Cat! This plugin is perfect for creating custom, interactive quizzes on your website that are a snap to make. With the trend of Facebook and Buzzfeed quizzes going around, there is no better time to customize one for your web audience.
This plugin allows the user to organize their media library with as many tags or categories as they want. All an admin needs to do is add the desired categories to the plugin settings. From there, tagging new and existing media types is a breeze.
Clean up the admin area for your WordPress users. Administrators can hide unnecessary dashboard options so they can only see the items they’ll be using, based on the user’s role (ex. author, editor, subscribers, etc).