One of the best features of WordPress is its plug-in architecture, which allows developers and users to do things
they could never imagine.
WordPress plug-ins, which are composed of PHP scripts, offer new additions to your site
which either add unavailable new features, or enhance otherwise existing features. From search engine optimization
to content displaying features like navigation bars and widgets, you can do almost anything with your WordPress
The Official WordPress Plug-ins Repository
currently has over 31,000 plug-ins, each of which has their own custom functions and features enabling users
to extend the functionality of WordPress beyond the core installation. Succinctly, using Plug-ins, you can tailor
your WordPress site/blog to your specific requirements.
Due to the immense popularity of WordPress plug-ins, I’ve come up with a tutorial through which you’ll
- How to install a WordPress plug-in?
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Let’s get started with installing a WordPress plug-in!
How to install a WordPress Plug-in?
Whether you're a WordPress beginner or expert, installing a WordPress plug-in is quite easy. There are three
ways of installing a plug-in in WordPress:
- Automatically, using WordPress admin panel search option.
- Manually, using upload method in WordPress admin panel.
- Manually, via FTP Manager.
Let me describe them one by one!