WordPress Plugins Guides
Plugins are one of the main reasons why people choose WordPress. With them, you can add just about anything to your website. But you should be aware that not every plugin is created equally. Some will perform better than others and a bad plugin might even break your website. Below you will find a selection of guides on my favourite WordPress plugins.
WhatsApp is one of the largest messaging services worldwide. By default, it is missing from Shared Counts. Follow this guide to add it manually.
After testing multiple options for my GeneratePress sites, I’ve come to the conclusion that WP Featherlight is the best lightbox plugin (for now).
Shared Counts on its own doesn’t provide you with a Reddit share button but as it’s very developer friendly one can be added in no time.
Just like GeneratePress itself, Shared Counts is lean, clean, and lightweight making it the perfect social share plugin!
Breadcrumbs are navigational elements used to enhance the visitor’s experience and improve SEO. Here’s how you can add them to GeneratePress.
Per default, WP Show Posts will treat tablet devices as desktop-class devices. With a few lines of CSS, you can display your list in two columns.
WP Show Posts adds quite a large margin to each article’s title when using only a single column. Here’s how to fix that.
SEOPress is the best and cleanest SEO plugin for WordPress I’ve tested so far. Follow this guide on how to use it on your website!