This is a very, but really very simple Frequently asked Questions WordPress plugin. It is an ideal solution if you need frequent questions on the site.
With this plugin, the logged-in user can record your own blood glucose and body weight values and then display graphs.
This gallery plugin is different from the usual. For storing images and their traits, it reads the file system’s content instead of using a database. The galleries and the image displays are not “burned in” – you can set a custom display for your theme through samples.
This plugin allows you to book dates or days for one or more locations on the page.
This plugin is used to insert downloadable documents into content using shortcode. It is a very simple plugin and perhaps it is this simplicity that can make up for it.
This plugin makes it very easy to display the price list of WooCommerce products anywhere on the website.
This Big Brother plugin helps maintain your WordPress system. Since these are not one but two plugins that work together, this maintenance can be done in the form of remote monitoring, in a master-slave relationship. The plugin is recommended primarily for those who manage multiple WordPress ...
This plugin collects background statistics about the pages you visit. This information is automatically sent in a daily email report and displayed in the administration interface of the page. It is possible to query a period and group the data daily, hourly, by country, category and content. Shows ...
The plugin was basically designed to create a shift schedule for nurses, but can be used anywhere where employees work multiple shifts. The plugin can be configured for holidays, holiday holidays reorganizations, and also handles employee vacations.
This plugin allows the customer to select a date on the WooCommerce checkout page. This date is associated with the order and can also be displayed in the order list and/or in the order parameters.