MapPress adds an interactive map to the WordPress editing screens. When editing a post or page just enter any addresses you’d like to map.
The plugin will automatically insert a great-looking interactive map into your blog. Your readers can get directions right in your blog and you can even create custom HTML for the map markers (including pictures, links, etc.)!
The most popular WordPress slider plugin. Creating slideshows with Meta Slider is fast and easy. Simply select images from your WordPress Media Library, drag and drop them into place, set slide captions, links and SEO fields all from one page. You can choose from 4 different slideshow types (Flex Slider, Nivo Slider, Responsive Slides & Coin Slider) and use the provided shortcode or template include to easily embed slideshows in your blog.
This plugin displays the latest posts from a Twitter account in a sidebar widget. Easy customization of style, replies, retweets, links, dates, thumbnails and a lot more.
There is a demo on this page
Resize your images before they are uploaded to your website (server), no need to use image editing software. Drag+drop images from your digital camera to WordPress. This plugin works best in HTML5 compatible web browsers such as Chrome or Firefox.
If your web browser does not support HTML5 then this plugin will swap your image uploader runtime to the Adobe Flash version which makes sure the resize function works across more web browsers. The side effect to this is drag+drop will be disabled since this is not supported in Flash (everything works in HTML5 compatible browsers). If you experience issues or drag+drop is more important to you than resizing images then you can disable the Flash override in your settings -> media.
This plugin is managed in the admin panel and works in the background to resize your uploaded images. Your end users may not even notice that their images are being resized and made web safe for them.
The settings can be adjusted on the Settings -> Media tab in the admin panel.
The Simple Share Buttons Adder does exactly what it says on the tin – adds share buttons to all of your posts and pages, simply.
You can see an example of the buttons below every post on this site.
The Simple Staff List plugin allows you to build a staff directory for your website. You get an easy-to-use interface which allows you to edit the following fields for each staff member: Name, Photo, Position, Email, Phone Number, and Bio. There’s also a drag-and-drop interface to set the order of your staff members.
The Social Media Widget is a simple sidebar widget that allows users to input their social media website profile URLs and other subscription options to show an icon on the sidebar to that social media site and more that open up in a separate browser window.
Check out the demo on this page.
Turn what people post on social networks into compelling stories. With Storify, you collect the best photos, video, Tweets and more from around the web and publish them as simple, beautiful stories embedded into your WordPress posts and pages. It’s the best way to chronicle an event through what people share, whether it’s a conference, wedding, election or natural disaster.
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The Events Calendar has been audited by many of the industry’s WordPress experts including core developer Mark Jaquith for security & plugin review team member Pippin Williamson for best practices and plugin compatibility.
We’ve poured hundreds of hours into QA by a dedicated support team, monthly usability tests to guarantee that it’s easy to use, and numerous user interviews to make sure you get what you want. We care about quality and crafting products that thrive in the wild.
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