Top 10 Best WordPress Widgets
What gives WordPress its unique status? It is user-friendly? It is customizable? …
Yes, my friend! But all these features achieved by widgets. Widgets, that we would like to present you in this Top 10 list.
So pick the widget you need and enjoy it.
Top 10 Widget
Top 10 widget counts the number of page views on single posts on a daily/overall basis. Allows to display the page view count on individual posts and pages as well as display a list of most popular posts based on page views.
FV Community News Widget
Community News widget plugin allows visitors to add articles to the sidebar. Complete with moderation panel and a settings page, you can sit back while you have full control about the look and articles that being posted.
Better Tag Cloud Widget
Better tag cloud widget allows to add tag clouds to posts and pages.
Subscription Options Widget
Widget adds subscription option icons for: RSS Feed, FeedBurner Email Service, Twitter Stream and Facebook page. Totally user-defined.
Widget displays Twitter timeline in the sidebar of a blog. The plugin is widget ready and comes with many configuration options.
Events Calendar Widget
Events-Calendar is a versatile replacement for the original WordPress calendar adding many useful functions to keep track of your events.
Widget allows to ads an AJAX poll system to WordPress blog or blog post/page.
Enable to display a number of users online on WordPress blog with detailed statistics.
Analyze visitors traffic with real-time statistics, a lot of chronological information, charts, a sidebar widget.
Social Slider Widget
This plugin adds links to social networking websites’ profiles in a box floating at the left side of the screen.
Themes created with Divine Elemente also contain two extremely useful widgets:
- Billboard (also known as slideshow WordPress widget) is a group of elements in Divine Elemente that forms a block with changing slides.
- Editable Content in Divine Elemente is a new feature that informs your CMS after theme’s publishing that the content of such kind element’s block can be editable in WordPress CMS, right at the website frontend.
So, What is your favorite WordPress widget?
Hope you have found the tool you needed without forgetting about Divine Elemente.
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