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May 1st in Wordpress Plugins by .

Your WordPress password is a very important piece of the puzzle when it comes to keeping your site secure. You should keep your password hidden, especially in public places. But once in a while, you may want to make it visible to yourself. Maybe you don’t want your password to be visible on mobile devices. These two plugins might help in those situations:

passwords

hideShowPassword: lets you toggle password visibility on the WordPress login screen. Useful if you want to see what your password is. [click to continue…]

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February 8th in Wordpress Plugins by .

There is nothing wrong with raising funds for causes that you are passionate about, so don’t be shy about it. Plenty of people are already doing it online. You can easily raise funds for your favorite causes without the need to make major changes to your site. Here are 14 WordPress themes and plugins for your future fundraising projects:

Fundraising plugins for WordPress

olimometer

Olimometer: a customizable fundraising thermometer with PayPal integration, custom skins, and more features. You can have multiple thermometers on your site. [click to continue…]

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January 4th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Adding passwords to your posts is not that hard. You could easly do so by changing the visibility of your posts. WordPress.org also has a ton of useful code snippets and information to show you ways you can password protect custom fields and other parts of your website. If you know your Apache or Nginx, you can play around with .htaccess or .conf files to password-protect your files and directories. Want an easier way to do this? These 2 plugins can help:

protected

Hide My Site
: protects your website from public with a single password. You can disable password protection at any time and choose how long users stay logged in.

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December 31st in Wordpress Plugins, Wordpress Tips by .

You are not going to have too many posts when you are just getting started as a blogger. But if you blog once or twice a day, those posts are going to add up quickly. Your focus should be on creating great content for your visitors. That does not mean you should neglect your old posts. In fact, you should update them frequently and let your visitors know about them. Here are 5 ways you can put your old posts to good use:

tweet old post

Tweet your old posts: this is a good idea as long as you update your old posts often or have evergreen content to share with your audience. Tweet Old Post and Evergreen Post Tweeter can take care of this for you. [click to continue…]

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November 27th in Wordpress Plugins by .

So you have already build your own product and are ready to market it? You need to provide your customers with great support if you would like them to come back and do business with you in the future. We have already covered plenty of ways you can create your own customer support site with WordPress. Offering proper online documentation for your products is also important. Here are 5 plugins that let you offer better help to your customers:

product documentation

Online Product Documentation: allows you to create online documentation for your products fast. You can create multiple document pages, enable post voting for your members, and reorder your items easily. The plugin is responsive.

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November 22nd in Wordpress Plugins by .

Many webmasters have already added popular social sharing buttons to their websites. There are many plugins that can handle that part for you. But what if you want your visitors to share only a part of your post (e.g quote you on something)? The ShareIt plugin can help. This handy plugin lets you create shareable content snippets for your website. Your visitors will be able to share your content on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+.

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