Download the above file, rename it from .txt to .php, and upload it to your plugins directory. Make sure you add this using the html/code editor in WordPress, not the visual editor. In new versions of WordPress, just click the ‘html’ button above the edit box. If you use the visual editor it will not work, as the actual code you entered will be seen on the page, instead of being processed by the script.
Example: How to use
[DDET Click to expand!]
Here is your text!
Click again to close!
FREE WORDPRESS PLUGINS LIST
- List Subpages plugin
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- SEO Plugins
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- SyntaxHighlighter WordPress Plugin
- Category Excluder Plugin
- Google Fonts Plugin
- Reveal IDs for WP Admin Plugin
- Display Posts
- Tabbed Content Plugin for WordPress
- WP-DBManager Plugin
- WP 404 Plugin
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- WordPress Export File Splitter
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- Social Media Share Plugins for WP
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For WordPress Plugins details please contact the Plugin Developers from the plugin homepage contact link. Generally plugin documentation is given with detailed configuration settings. Easiest way to install a WordPress plugin is to search for new plugin from the Dashboard > Plugins > Add new > menu. Install and Activate the plugin from there. The other way to install plugins is to download the plugin zip file to your PC, extract the folders and upload them via some FTP software to the wp-content > plugins directory. Once uploaded you will be able to see this plugin under inactive plugins list on Dashboard and can activate from there. If you find any other WP plugin useful for web developers, which may be listed here, please feel free to Contact us.