WordPress is a commonly used blogging platform because of its functionality, ease of use, and a wide variety of pre-built themes and plugins. Through plugins, it’s possible to create, build and maintain websites with little coding knowledge, which is perfect for your clients. To optimize the design of your clients’ websites, start installing the following plugins immediately.
Before You Begin
Creating a great web design contract should be on the top of your list as a web designer. A legally binding document can prevent conflicts, mitigate risks, and help your organization maintain compliance.
Contracts serve as a great collaboration and communication tool to ensure that you get paid on time and in the amount you were promised. Plus, clients will view you as a professional designer if they receive a well-drafted contract that’s an extension of your brand.
The 14 Best WordPress Plugins to Install on Your Website
WordPress has over 60,000 plugins to choose from, which can make finding the right one overwhelming for new users. Help narrow down your clients’ search by using these plugins.
Social Plugins 1 & 2: Instagram Feed and Facebook Widget
Small businesses require a solid social media presence to stay relevant in their industry. Coming across a website with small button-like symbols or no social symbols will make a company seem old-fashioned. Instagram Feed and Facebook Widget display photos from any non-private account and will direct audiences to your feed when clicked.
Social Media Sharing 3 & 4: Ultimate Sharing and Social Media Feather
How do blog posts travel across the Internet? They’re shared by readers who click social buttons at the top or bottom of each post. Most readers aren’t going to copy and paste individual URLs, so use Ultimate Sharing and Social Media Feather for a user-friendly experience. Sharing buttons do the work for you by using a description and photo for each share.
Image Optimization 5 & 6: WP Smush and EWWW Image Optimizer
User experience can take a massive hit if the website’s homepage takes too long to load. Some users won’t even wait 10 seconds before leaving, so if you want your readers to stick around, you need to optimize the visual content on your site. WP Smush and EWWW Image Optimizer eliminate unnecessary data that is slowing down a website and ensure images load quickly.
Font Plugins 7 & 8: Easy Google Fonts and Use Any Font
One of the ways to establish a brand identity is by creating and uploading a font that’s specific
This article was written by Editorial Staff and originally published on WP Newsify.