WordPress is an open source content management system, which is used to build lots of websites. Developers are discovering numerous other alternatives for building a website. These kind of platforms are also introduced which are competing the WordPress. In this post, here are the lists of top substitutes of WordPress for your Web Development.
Today’s update on the Top 200 WordPress plugin authors chart unfolds a big climber: in the past 7 weeks WooThemes, creator of the impressive WooCommerce eCommerce plugin, gained 4 positions, ending up from 19th to 15th, with over 4 million total downloads.
All the other plugin authors in Top 20 hold their spots, with Automattic on top (and 7th, and several other positions, due to their multiple accounts) with 21 million downloads; Takayuki Miyoshi (Contact Form 7) follows with 20 million, while Michael Torbert (All in One Seo Pack) is third with 18 million total downloads.
Here is a list of the Top 1000 most used WordPress plugins.
Unlike other rankings online, this list counts active websites updating regularly each plugin, giving the best picture about the real WP plugin universe.
Categorized Tag Cloud is a free plugin for WordPress, developed by the Whiletrue.it staff to generate a cloud with the website’s most used tags, in a sidebar widget.
The words inside the cloud are filtered by category, so you can better match your content by removing the unnecessary tag ids.
Do you feel there’s too much color in the web? Try our brand new 2013 Black and white Free Wordpress theme!
It’s a lightweight child theme of Twenty Thirteen (the default theme for WordPress 3.6), based on several shades of grey for different post formats.
YouTube subscribe button
Our Really Simple Facebook Twitter share buttons
WordPress plugin aims to be always updated and fresh.
The news today is about the new YouTube subscribe button, presented here.
Plugin development for WordPress in Rome? Yes we can!
Today the 2.9 release of Really simple Facebook Twitter share buttons for WordPress is out, with a brand new Pinterest implementation… I recommend you to update quickly because Pinterest backward compatibility is virtually non-existent.
In the meanwhile, here are some links of cool italian companies, using WordPress in Rome on a daily basis and active on free plugin development.
I worked with them, they’re talented people:
Here is a list of the 200 most amazing WordPress plugin authors!
You can also take a look at our Top 1000 most used WordPress plugins list.