Last Updated on October 12, 2020 by scottkandh
Update: When I wrote this post, I knew very little about widgets and plug-ins and how to use them. You can disregard all of the other information in this post, except for one important piece of advice.
Be sure to check out the Blog Post: 25 Blogging Tools for WordPress. The number of plug-ins has been updated in the post to 19 plug-ins and 8 blogging tools.
I’m on a mission to find out which plug-in and/or widget require minimum coding.
NOTE: To find some worthwhile plug-ins visit 25 Blogging Tools for WordPress (that aren’t discussed in this post).
In that endeavor, I’m starting to develop list of programs that support Pinterest. The Plug-in programs are on one side, and the Widgets are on the other side. If I tried out the program and it doesn’t work I’m putting a Y for Yes, and a N for No. So I imagine at this point that there’s going to be a lot of programs that have an N in the worked column. For the time being I’ve got several lines copied and pasted below so that all I have to do is enter the name of the program.
Remove the x from plug-ins or widget and press on. For me personally, it’s going to be easier to update this in Word, and then I’ll periodically copy and paste the information into this file. That way it’s easier for me to maintain the list. I apologize about the fact that the information isn’t centered exactly the way that I want. It’s centered perfectly in Microsoft Word, but when I paste the information over, it doesn’t keep the same formatting. I’m purposely not putting a save button next to this table, because the end goal is to find a program that works. Back to the drawing board as I start maintaining the list.