Website Design February 10th, 2009
I received quite a bit of interest in my post which I explained why WordPress can be used as a CMS to manage the content of your website. As promised, I am now providing my 15 favorite plugins which will help you buid your website property!
I have lots of experience with WordPress. So I figured if I could help anyone by providing this list that I should! I should warn you that some of these plug ins will take a bit of technical know how while others will be more simple. You may even notice some of these plugins on our internet marketing blog!
For those of you who are not accustomed to editing css and getting it integrated, you can go for this plug-in
Forms: this is an integral part of any website and a very important way for people to get in contact with you. Luckily for you, the guys at DeliciousDays have developed a plug-in called cforms II which helps you create forms, customize them add validation. The functionality and features offered by it should satisfy most of your form requirements. You can create multiple form templates. The creation part is simple and can be handled with ease. This Plug-in rocks and is a must have!
I think the above list should be more than sufficient to meet the requirements of running a CMS website for small companies. Do you have any plug ins that you think the community could benefit from? Please make sure to list them in the comments section! WordPress developers have put in a lot of effort to develop these tools and your contribution will not only make it worthwhile for them, but also motivate them to improve and even develop new plug-ins for the benefit of the WordPress online community.
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