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TinyMCE Advanced

Though they may not know its name, millions of people all over the world use TinyMCE. TinyMCE is an open source, platform-independent WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) visual editor, built using JavaScript and HTML. WordPress comes with TinyMCE built in: it’s the visual editor you use to compose and edit all your posts and pages: While the default visual editor has a lot of hidden…
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Redirection

You’ve seen them around the web: 404 Page Not Found! It’s a frustrating experience when you can’t find the content you’re looking for. If you’ve been blogging for any length of time, you’ve probably accumulated a number of 404 errors on your own website. That’s…
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Image Widget

You’d think that displaying an image from your media library in your sidebar or footer would be a built-in function of WordPress — but it’s not! Out of the box, you’re limited to using the Text widget and writing your own HTML code to insert images. But if you’re…
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Yet Another Related Posts Plugin

Linking related content together on your website is enormously helpful to your audience. Without internal linking, they wouldn’t find your past content or old blog posts unless they proactively went looking for them. But if you include links to your past blog posts, it can pique a casual reader’s interest and turn them into a loyal fan. Internal linking can help with your search engine…
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WP-PageNavi

If you’ve been blogging for any length of time, you can’t fit all your posts on one page! Instead, WordPress uses pagination to split up your posts on separate pages. To navigate through those blog posts in order, a reader has to click through pages using pagination…
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WooCommerce: All you need to know

When selling your own products, you have complete control. Unlike with affiliate marketing, you can set your own prices. And unlike with advertising, you don’t need to have a huge amount of site traffic to earn money. As long as you have a loyal audience, and sell…
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bbPress

Thinking about adding more community interaction to your WordPress blog? A forum where visitors can sign up and interact with each other is a great addition to any site. Forums can help you: Engage with your audience: Unless there’s something to bring them back to your website, most visitors won’t return after one visit. If there’s an active community they can sign up for and participate…
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Easy Digital Downloads

Selling digital products on your site is a great way to earn money from your blog. You don’t need to have a lot of money to invest in your business; you can create digital products for free. Though it requires an upfront investment of time, once your products are created…
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Advanced Custom Fields

Why You Need a Custom Fields Plugin Custom fields allow you to add your own meta data to your WordPress posts and pages. Many powerful plugins — like Yoast SEO or Edit Flow — take advantage of custom fields to add data to your posts. By creating your own custom…
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The Events Calendar

If you want to feature any kind of events on your WordPress site, it’s difficult to do so without a plugin. A dedicated event calendar plugin will let you create a calendar on your site that’s helpful to your visitors, where they can find all the information they need to attend. With The Events Calendar, you can: get started in minutes — no shortcodes or complicated setup required organize…
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