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5 Free Plugins to Supercharge the WordPress WYSIWYG Editor

I’ve got nothing but praise for WordPress’s powerful TinyMCE WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor. Its simplicity and a high degree of functionality create a pleasant user experience. As we all know, however, web design applications are constantly evolving and improvements and upgrades can mean the difference between great and extraordinary. Let’s investigate four free plugins that can supercharge the built-in WordPress WYSIWYG editor. 1. TinyMCE VisualBlocks An easy-to-use plugin, the TinyMCE has been developed for more than 10 years. It is one of the most stable WYSIWYG Editors available in the market. It is open source … Continue Reading…

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Selecting a WordPress Theme: 8 Critical Features

One of the futile and most disadvantageous steps that you can take as a website or blog manager is making the mistake of implementing a theme that was initially created by an inexperienced designer. We don’t mean to scare you but let us go through some realistic facts here. Following are a few headaches that you’ll be a victim of if you get stuck with a theme that is not developed well:To ensure you don’t end up with a living nightmare of a theme, following are the critical aspects that you should consider while choosing a WordPress theme. 1. Responsive … Continue Reading…