We’re going through how to select and add a Plugin in the current version of WordPress.
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ABOUT SELECTING AND ADDING A PLUGIN
The first thing every novice should learn after installing WordPress is how to install a WordPress plugin.
WordPress plugins are similar to apps for your WordPress website. They enable you to add additional features to WordPress, such as a contact form, slideshow, and shopping cart, among other things.
For WordPress, there are thousands of free and paid plugins. We’ll show you how to install a WordPress plugin in this step-by-step tutorial.
Users frequently claim that they can’t find the plugins menu on their WordPress dashboard. It’s due to the fact that you’re using WordPress.com, which has its own set of limitations.
If you don’t upgrade to their commercial plan, you won’t be able to install plugins on WordPress.com. On the other hand, on a self-hosted WordPress.org website, you can install any plugin you want straight away (See the differences between self hosted WordPress.org vs WordPress.com).
If you wish to shift from WordPress.com to WordPress.org, read our instruction on how to do so effectively.
With that in mind, let’s look at how to install a WordPress plugin on your website.
WordPress is the most popular and easiest way to create a website or blog. In fact, the software powers approximately 40% of all internet sites. Yes, more than one-fourth of the websites you visit use this platform.
The software is open-source and licenced under GPLv2, meaning anybody may use or change it for free. A content management system (CMS) is a platform that allows you to manage essential parts of your website, including content, without knowing any coding.
As a result, WordPress makes website creation accessible to everyone, even non-developers.
Once largely used to build blogs rather than regular websites, WordPress can now construct any sort of website owing to improvements in the core code and a huge ecosystem of plugins and themes.
Paired with WooCommerce (owned by the same company, Automaticc), for example, is the most common option to establish an eCommerce store!