How to install a WordPress Plug-in in the Rules of Art

WordPress plugins

Indeed, WordPress can not do everything by default. It would be like putting all kinds of ingredients in a soup. In the end, we would have neither a soup of vegetables nor a soup of fishes and even less a vermicelli soup but rather a funny mixture.

So you need a basic ingredient (WordPress) to which you add a pinch of this, a hint of that to get to site that appeals your visitors.As you can see, plugins are a great way to customize your site.

One question is probably bothering you:But where to find WordPress plugins?

To avoid going too fast, point out that before going head-to-head to install plug-ins at arm’s length, you have to ask the right questions:

  • What feature do I need?
  • Can a plug-in answer this need?
  • Am I able to understand what this plug-in does?
  • Can I set it up without risking harming my site?

Have these questions in mind because some plug-in can have a negative impact if you do not use them properly.

Visit the Plug-in Directory

  • The least we can say is that the WP list detonator is a real cave of Ali Baba! More than 30,000 plug-in are available for free. As much as you can say that you can graft all kinds of features to your site.
  • The disadvantage is that the site is in English. You will have to enter your keywords in this language to have quite convincing search results.
  • WP Marmite will present several of them over the weeks (this is already the case with the WordPress SEO plug-in ) but you will have to go it alone to find all the plug-in necessary for your project. Do not forget to ask yourself the questions listed previously.
  • CodeCanyon is a marketplace created by the company Envato (which also publishes Themeforest). This site offers various scripts for all types of websites including plugins for WordPress.
  • The WordPress plugins you can find are all premium, i.e. paid. So be sure to study what they offer in detail before buying one, it would be a shame to spend money for nothing.
  • Feel free to contact the authors to ask questions (in English) via the Comments tab of each page dedicated to a plugin.
  • Be careful not to download anything on websites a little shady (no bad word about the Marmite: P), your site could be indigestion. A little homeopathy will not solve the problem. So be careful.

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Adam Rick Mcdonald is a 21-year-old sous chef who enjoys competitive dog grooming, running and relaxing. He is generous and friendly, but can also be very selfish and a bit standoffish. He is a Finnish Muslim who defines himself as straight. He started studying food science at college but never finished the course. He has a severe phobia of dolls, and is obsessed with jazz. Physically, Adam is slightly overweight but otherwise in good shape. He is average-height with dark chocolate skin, grey hair and green eyes. He grew up in an upper class neighbourhood. He was raised by his father, his mother having left when he was young. He is currently single. His most recent romance was with an IT technician called Elinor Isabelle Young, who was the same age as him. They broke up because the relationship was very passionate and became too intense. Adam's best friend is a sous chef called Beau Cross. They are inseparable. He also hangs around with Brandi Allan and Garrett Fisher. They enjoy yoga together.
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