- Text style Awesome Icons. These are symbols that you can use on sites or in Photoshop that are really textual style based. While you can utilize them on any stage, WordPress has a module that makes it truly simple to show these symbols all through your site. I cherish having textual style based symbols since they’re super perfect, never fluffy, and you can switch up their hues spontaneously without transferring pictures. Look at the Font Awesome Cheat sheet here.
- Sharing Plugin from Jetpack. This is an alternative that you can discover inside the Jetpack module (which I exceptionally suggest investigating). We at last added these share catches to our posts this week! I think this is the best sharing module since it incorporates a few social alternatives and with a little CSS, it can mix in superbly with your image.
- Pinterest RSS Widget. This is the cleanest Pinterest gadget I’ve gone over yet. I acknowledge how it can mix in with any brand without watching strange or diverting. Arranging this gadget requires a little CSS here and there, however very little. Investigate our sidebar to perceive how we utilize this module!
- jQuery Pin It Button for Images. This module permits you to include and modify a Pin It catch that will show up when individuals drift over your pictures. You can keep it straight with a content just style or you can get more beautifying and transfer a reality. It’s an astonishing approach to get your photographs stuck and it likewise adds something fascinating to your outline.
- Late Tweets Widget. We don’t as of now utilize this module yet cherish how basic it is! It shows your tweets in a rundown with that little flying creature symbol and no additional ornamentations (unless you need them). In the event that we wind up utilizing a Twitter module as a part without bounds, it’ll most likely be this one.
- Instafeed. Here is another module that we don’t right now utilize yet have tried and truly like! The photographs interface specifically to Instagram which is an incredible other option to Snapwidget (in spite of the fact that their design alternatives are stunning). The thumbnails on Instafeed will consequently show up in a vertical rundown, yet you can utilize a little CSS float: left; activity to get them to into a framework.