Everyone loves Pinterest. It’s great for discovering cool new images and it’s also a great tool for collecting and organizing all of your favorite images. Plus it’s a very smart marketing and promotion tool for designers and photographers. Whether you want to show off what you’re pinning or want to let your readers share images from your blog, there’s a WordPress plugin for that. Below we showcase the best Pinterest WordPress plugins along with social sharing plugins that include a Pinterest button for pinning images. Plugins Built Just for Pinterest Pinterest “Pin It” Button Not to be confused with Pinterest […]
About Charnita Fance
Charnita Fance, owner of Social Web Tools, is a full-time freelance writer and professional blogger. As an early adopter, she loves trying out new social media tools, browser plugins and extensions, and apps for Mac, iOS, and Windows.
Last year we covered 7 Beautiful BuddyPress Compatible WordPress Themes for 2011. Today, we’re going to present you with 7 of the best BuddyPress themes that have been released so far in 2012. BuddyPress is a WordPress plugin that you can use to build your own self-hosted social network using WordPress. Thus, BuddyPress requires its own themes that help bring out all of the features that you’d find on a social network, such as activity streams, user groups, profiles, forums (usually via bbPress) and more. So let’s take a look at what 2012 has to offer us thus far. 1. […]
If you’ve ever felt that editing your blog content is time-consuming and inconvenient, then you’ve probably never heard of the Front-end Editor WordPress plugin. This plugin is so useful that you’ll probably wonder how you’ve ever lived without it. With Front-end Editor, you can edit any of your blog content right from its respective page on your blog, without having to go to the dashboard. With the ability to edit content, titles, widgets, and more inline, you save yourself time and it’s just a quicker process. So whether you need to correct a simple typo, add an additional image, or change […]
Theme My Login is a simple WordPress plugin that themes your login page according to your current theme; it does this by creating a new page on your blog specifically for logging in. In other words, instead of the usual WordPress logo and login box on a plain page at http://yourblog.com/wp-login.php, you’ll get a login page that is part of your theme at http://yourblog.com/login. Once you installed, Theme My Login adds a new sub-menu to the Settings menu. You’ll see two tabbed sections of options here: basic and modules. Basic Options Under basic, you’ll see a spot to enter the “page […]
Is your WordPress dashboard always open? If you’re someone who’s always working on your blog and there are several blogs that like to follow, then you’ll love DashPress. It turns your WordPress dashboard into a mini RSS feed reader by letting you create 5 custom widgets, with up to 10 RSS feeds in each one. This means that you can keep up with up to 50 RSS feeds right from your blog dashboard. Since each widget can have up to 10 RSS feeds, each widget can represent a different category like Tech, Social, Humor, etc. Getting the plugin installed and […]