5 WordPress Plugins for Increased User Functionality
To use this widget, go to your widget panel and click and drag a visual editor widget into the desired sidebar or widget area. There you have a visual editor that looks just like a page or post editor!
Shortcodes can be used on posts or pages, or in widgets that utilize the text-editing capabilities of the BlackStudio Tiny MCE plugin. Simply choose the “Insert Shortcodes” button, choose or search for your shortcode in the pop-up window, and follow the detailed directions.
To create columns or grids, click the “easy columns” icon, choose your layout, and insert your text or images between the shortcode. You can also insert a single column and custom divs!
In my opinion, one of the best features of this plugin is the “insert clear div” option, which helps to keep images and text aligned as they should be.
To use this plugin, click on Appearance and then Themes. Click on the “customize” button on your active theme, and the customize widow will pop up on the left, with a preview of your site on the right.
To work with Google fonts, click on Settings and then Google Fonts.
There, you can choose up to six Google Fonts to work with, and also choose the font weight, and what elements to attach the font to. Simply choose a font from the dropdown menu and the advanced screen will pop up.