Output RSS feeds on your website using a simple shortcode. You can control how these feeds are displayed and what feed items to show.
Set up a personalized KnowledgeBase or question and answer section on your WordPress site, with AJAX support and customizable permissions and notifications.
Easily add multiple authors to posts in WordPress just as you would tags, and automatically replace the author link on the front-end.
Add a print button to the bottom of WordPress posts and pages so that users get a consistent printing style and experience, or export to PDF.
Insert any Google Font into your WordPress site, then simply select what elements you want to apply that font too in the admin panel, with support for custom CSS.
Use a drag and drop panel in the WordPress admin to automatically rearrange and sort your posts in whatever output you want, then see the effects immediately.
Add pricing tables to your WordPress using a simple to use GUI editor, then output them on any page using a shortcode. Supports multiple pricing tables and as many columns as you want.
Upgrade the pagination in your WordPress install with a single line of code. You can edit the text of next and previous links, customize what is shown and tweak it's output.
A new approach to adding toggles to your site, using a custom post type to store all of the content, and then a button or shortcode to output it on your site as a tab, toggle button, or accordion.
Set up events in a custom post type, with details such as time, date and details of event. Then, use a shortcode to add an AJAX-enabled, simplistic calendar to posts or pages.
Create responsive columns in WordPress posts and pages using a GUI in the WYSIWYG editor with some very simple markup. Settings to customize output.
Every header in WordPress posts will have a unique ID tag added to it, so that it can be easily linked to using a hashtag URL format. There will also be inline links for easy bookmarking.