WordPress Plug-ins

WordPress plugin favorites

WordPress turns 19: our 19 favorite plugins

From boosting security and privacy to web development – there are plenty of useful WordPress plugins. Almost any conceivable field of application is now covered by the plethora of practical extensions. To celebrate the 19th birthday of the CMS, IONOS has decided to share its favorite plugins and you might be surprised.

WordPress RSS feed

Use the WordPress RSS feed correctly: How it works

Keeping your finger on the pulse is important for blog and website owners. If subscribers lose interest because they miss information about new posts, they may not come back. A WordPress RSS feed provides a solution. Readers and subscribers of a website can simply subscribe to the RSS feed via browser or plugin and automatically receive news about the website.

WordPress table of contents

WordPress table of contents: how to add one

A WordPress table of contents offers many advantages: more clarity, more user-friendliness, and a better ranking in search engines through optimized usability and page structure. A plugin is normally used to create a WordPress table of contents, but with a little skill it is also possible without resorting to a plugin and instead using jump links and a list block.

WordPress: iframe

Embedding files in WordPress with iframes is as easy as 1-2-3

Embedding videos, images, maps, and calendars in WordPress can quickly eat into your available file storage. To avoid page load speeds from decreasing, you can use iframes to embed content from other platforms or websites without burdening your media library. Find out how to use WordPress iframes manually or with a plugin.

WordPress menu plugins

The best WordPress menu plugins

WordPress menu plugins are designed to help you make your website easy to navigate. Thanks to features such as mega menus, sticky menus, animated flyouts and more, you can structure and style your menus to suit your content and ensure a great user experience. In this guide we present some of the best WordPress menu plugins and share some tips to help you choose the right plugin for you.

WordPress: Slider plugins

WordPress slider: An overview of the seven best slider plugins

WordPress offers users the possibility to highlight relevant content in the form of a slider on their own website. This can be done particularly fast and easy with the help of a WordPress slider plugin. It’s simple to do — even beginners can create a professional WordPress slider. We present the best WordPress slider providers.

WordPress table plugins

WordPress table plugins: 6 solutions for your website

From displaying prices to presenting various offers or products, tables can be used when content needs to be presented in a clear way. With WordPress table plugins you can do exactly that on your website. We show you which plugins are suitable for adding tables to your WordPress sites as well as how it’s possible even without plugins.

WordPress booking plugins

WordPress booking plugins: Introducing the top ten

By using a WordPress booking plugin on your website, you enable customers to make appointments or reservations quickly and easily. At the same time, the plugin calendar helps you to keep track of everything. In our article, we explain what makes a good booking plugin for WordPress and introduce you to ten recommended options and their features.

WordPress mobile plugins

The best WordPress mobile plugins

WordPress mobile plugins help make your website more suitable for smartphones and tablets. That way you can get a more responsive design without having to change your WordPress theme or start from scratch. In our article, we review some of the best WordPress mobile plugins and test them using an example WordPress site.

WordPress sitemap

Create a WordPress sitemap: better with plugins

A WordPress sitemap improves the search engine ranking of a website by providing structured data. But how can you implement one quickly and what features does WordPress provide to this end? A WordPress plugin is the quickest option to install a sitemap. Our guide reveals how to implement a WordPress sitemap and which parameters are relevant for Google and other search engines.


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