6 WP Plugins You Should Be Using on Your Travel Blog

Here are 6 Plugins I use on my travel sites to improve the usability and customize the look and feel. If you are not the webmaster or website programmer, you probably won’t find this post interesting. (Sorry just for nerds!) If you don’t know a little programming, don’t fool around with plugins too much, ask your webmaster. This post is for the nerdy travel bloggers who do their own programming and use WordPress as their blogger platform. WordPress is a free and open-source content management system based on PHP and MySQL. Plugins are pre-programmed packages that improve your site’s performance and usability. They help you customize your site without having to change your design template. WIDGETS ON PAGES BY TODD HALFPENNY The Plugin’s description: The easiest way to Add Widgets or Sidebars to Posts and Pages using shortcodes or template tags. I was looking for a solution that would allow me to add the subscriber widget within the content of my page. I found Widgets on Pages. This Plugin creates a code-snippet which allows you to add elements like a widget anywhere on your page. This is how I added subscription registration at the beginning of each page on this blog and

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