Archive for November, 2012

For vertical menu or changing the id of dynamic menu:-

  • Goto root folder
  • websitename/wp-includes/nav-menu-template.php
  • Probably line no. :-137 or find the below function
  • Add the bold character string to the function.
  • once you are done with this add 2 files(css & js) & include both of them (define) in header.php of your theme.
  • you can find the file codes at the end of the code.


function wp_nav_menu( $args = array() ) {
static $menu_id_slugs = array();

$defaults = array( ‘menu’ => ”, ‘container’ => ‘div’, ‘container_class’ => ”, ‘container_id’ => ”, ‘menu_class’ => ‘menu glossymenu‘, ‘menu_id’ => ‘verticalmenu‘,
‘echo’ => true, ‘fallback_cb’ => ‘wp_page_menu’, ‘before’ => ”, ‘after’ => ”, ‘link_before’ => ”, ‘link_after’ => ”, ‘items_wrap’ => ‘<ul id=”%1$s”>%3$s</ul>’,
‘depth’ => 0, ‘walker’ => ”, ‘theme_location’ => ” );



.glossymenu, .glossymenu li ul{
list-style-type: none;
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
width: 200px; /*WIDTH OF MAIN MENU ITEMS*/

.glossymenu li{
position: relative;

.glossymenu li a{
background: url(../images/li_bg.jpg) repeat-x bottom left;
font: bold 12px Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif;
color: white;
display: block;
width: auto;
padding: 8px 0 12px 10px;
border: 1px solid #004623;
text-decoration: none;

.glossymenu li ul{ /*SUB MENU STYLE*/
position: absolute;
width: 190px; /*WIDTH OF SUB MENU ITEMS*/
left: 0;
top: 0;
display: none;

.glossymenu li ul li{
float: left;

.glossymenu li ul a{
width: 180px; /*WIDTH OF SUB MENU ITEMS – 10px padding-left for A elements */

.glossymenu .arrowdiv{
position: absolute;
right: 12px;
top: 13px;
background: url(../images/arrow.png) no-repeat;

.glossymenu li a:visited, .glossymenu li a:active{
color: white;

.glossymenu li a:hover{
background:url(../images/li_bg_hover.jpg) repeat-x;

/* Holly Hack for IE \*/
* html .glossymenu li { float: left; height: 1%; }
* html .glossymenu li a { height: 1%; }
/* End */



var menuids=new Array(“verticalmenu”) //Enter id(s) of UL menus, separated by commas
var submenuoffset=-2 //Offset of submenus from main menu. Default is -2 pixels.

function createcssmenu(){
for (var i=0; i<menuids.length; i++){
var ultags=document.getElementById(menuids[i]).getElementsByTagName(“ul”)
for (var t=0; t<ultags.length; t++){
var spanref=document.createElement(“span”)

if (window.addEventListener)
window.addEventListener(“load”, createcssmenu, false)
else if (window.attachEvent)
window.attachEvent(“onload”, createcssmenu)


WordPress is one of the most popular CMS and blogging platform around, mainly because it is free and it is 100% customizable.

Over 80% of people are using WordPress as their blogging platform and one cannot be successful unless he keeps himself updated with the latest happenings & trends in the WordPress community.

The best way to keep updated with regular trends & updates is by subscribing to best WordPress blogs and websites.

Further more, such blogs can provide excellent tutorials and tips that will help you manage the WordPress-powered websites.

Here’s the list of 100 WordPress Related Websites:

# Name Founder Categories
1  WordPress Official Blog  Matt Mullenweg  WordPress News
2  WordPress Planet  Matt Mullenweg  WordPress Updates
3  Matt Mullenweg  WordPress Videos
4  WP Beginner  Syed Balkhi  News & Tutorials
6  WP Candy  Ryan Imel  News & Tutorials
7  WP Tuts  Envato  WordPress Tutorials
8  Digging Into WordPress  Chris Coyier & Jeff Starr  WordPress Tutorials
9  Theme Shaper  Ian Stewart  WordPress Tutorials
10  Bavotasan  Chris Bavota  WordPress Tutorials
11  WP Smashing Mag  Vitaly Friedman  WordPress Tutorials
12  WP Tavern  Jeff Chandler  WP News & articles
13  James Farmer  WP, BuddyPress & MU
14  ProBlogDesign  Michael Martin  WordPress Tutorials
15  Lorelle on WordPress  Lorelle VanFossen  WP News & articles
16  WP Snipp  Kevin Chard  WordPress Snippets
17  WP Snippets  Filip Stefansson  WordPress Snippets
18  WP Engineer  Alexander Frison  Hacks & Tutorials
19  Web Tools Collection  Madhujit Ghosh  WordPress News
20  Kovshenin  Konstantin Kovshenin  WordPress Tips & News
21  WP Mods  Michael Jackness  WordPress Themes
22  Pippin’s Plugins  Pippin Williamson  Tutorials & Plugins
21  wpMail  Cristian Antohe  WordPress Newsletter
22  WP Lift  Oliver Dale  Themes & Tutorials
23  WP Living  William Ellington  WordPress Videos
24  WP Garage  Miriam Schwab  Plugins & Themes
25  WP Force  Jonathan Dingman  News & Tutorials
26  DeluxeBlogTips  Rilwis  WordPress Tips
27  Cozmoslabs  Cristian Antohe  WordPress Tutorials
28  WP Theming  Devin  Tutorials and Themes
29  DIY Themes Blog  Chris Personified  WordPress Tips & Thesis
30  ManageWP Blog  Vladimir Prelovac  Themes & Plugins
31  WP Engine Blog  Austin Gunter  News & Interviews
32  WP Arena  Ahmad  Themes & Plugins
33  WP Recipes  Jean Baptiste Jung  WordPress Snippets
34  Do it with WordPress  Dave Clements  Tutorials & reviews
35  WP Pro Business  Adam W. Warner  WordPress Business
36  Konstantin Kovshenin  WP News & Articles
37  WP Shock  Stuart Duff  News & Tutorials
38  WP Mayor  Jean Galea  News & Hacks
39  WP Explorer  AJ Clarke  Themes & Snippets
40  WP Hacks  Kyle Eslick  WordPress Hacks
41  Ben  News & Reviews
42  JupiterJims  Jupiter Jims  WP & Thesis Tutorials
43  Sparring Mind  Gregory Ciotti  WordPress + Psycology
44  BobWP  Bob Dunn  WP Training & Tutorials
45 Blog  Joshua Strebel  WordPress News
46  WP Lover  Hafiz Rahman  Theme Development
47  Themergency  Brad Vincent  WP News & Articles
48  WP Rockers  Md Jinnat Hasan  WordPress News
49  WP Sites  Brad Dalton  WP News & Articles
50  Blondish  Nicole Lipscomb  WP News & Articles
51  Instant Shift  DKumar M  WordPress Themes
52  WP Square  Bharat Choudhary  Themes & Plugins
53  Cats Who Code  Jean Baptiste Jung  WordPress Tutorials
54  Kolakube Blog  Alex Mangini  Thesis Updates & Tutorials
55  SDavis Media  Sean Davis  Thesis Tutorials
56  1st Web Designer  Dainis Graveris  WordPress Tutorials
57  Specky Boy  Paul Andrew  WordPress Tutorials
58  WP Cookies  Altaf Sayani  WordPress How-to
59  WP Shout  Alex Denning  WordPress Tutorials
60  WP Roots  J.R Farr  WordPress Tutorials
61  PixoPoint  Ryan Hellyer  WordPress Hacks
62  Bill Erickson  Bill Erickson  WP, Genesis & Thesis Tuts
63  Gary’s Code  Gary Jones  WP & Genesis Tutorials
64  WP Smith  Travis Smith  WP News & Articles
65  MFields  Michael Fields  WP News & Articles
66  Were WP  Jeremy Herve  WP News & Articles
67  Design PX  Jason Manheim  WP News & Articles
68  WP Modder  Adam W. Warner  WP News & Articles
69  WP Hub  Michael Jackness  Themes & Plugins
70  Yoast  Joost De Walk  WP News & Articles
71  WP Sift  Stuart Duff  Social Bookmarking site
72  WP Vote  Ben Gillbanks  Social Bookmarking site
73  WP Hits  Omer Greenwald  Social Bookmarking site
74  WP Junkies  Michele Welch & Ditesco  Social Bookmarking site
75  WP Deck  Dev  WordPress Themes
76  WP Insite  Jason Broadhurst  WP News & Articles
77  Perishable Press  Jeff Starr  WordPress Tutorials
78  New2WP  Jared  WordPress Tutorials
79  Please Advise  Mike, Jake & Chris  WordPress Podcast
80  Justin Tadlock  Justin Tadlock  WordPress Tutorials
81  WP 101  Shawn Hesketh  WordPress Training
82  WP Life Guard  Sean McCabe  WordPress Training
83  Austin Passy  Austin Passy  WordPress Snippets
84  Alex King  Alex  WordPress Tutorials
85  WP Seek  Oliver Schloebe  WP Search Engine
86  Theme Lab  Leland Fiegel  WP Tutorials
87  Web Synthesis Blog  Jerod Morris  WordPress Articles & Tips
88  We Love WP  Brett Reilly  WordPress Gallery
89  ColorLabs Blog  Michael Hutagalung  WP News & Articles
90  Woo Themes Blog  Adii  WP News & Articles
91  Studio Press TV  Brain Gardner  Genesis Tuts videos
92  WP Tids Bits  Amat Noor  WP News & Articles
93  Paulund  Paul  WordPress Tutorials
94  Hongkiat  Hongkiat Lim  WP News & Articles
95  InspireDM  Catalin Zorzini  WP News & Articles
96  WMWeb Design Blog  Keith Davis  Genesis Themes & Tips
97  Technosailer  Aaron  WP News & Articles
98  Cloud Theming  Beau  WP News & Articles
99  Otto Press  Otto  WordPress Tutorials
100  WordPress Kube  Devesh  WP News & Tutorials

Courtesy & Source:-

As discussed, it’s important to protect your site by setting proper file permissions on the server. This can be tricky for certain directories such as /uploads/, /upgrade/, and /backups/, which need to be writable by the server in order for things like uploads, upgrades, and backups to work.

On the one hand, you want the most restrictive permissions possible for security reasons, and in most cases the default/recommended settings for directories such as /uploads/ work just fine. On the other hand, if your directory permissions are too restrictive, things like media-uploads stop working.

The good news is that we can have the best of both worlds: solid security for writable directories and suitable file-permissions for working uploads, upgrades, and backups. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use .htaccess to secure WordPress’ /uploads/ directory or just about any other directory, WordPress or otherwise.

Securing directories with .htaccess

In my experience studying server logs, WordPress’ /uploads/ directory is heavily targeted by malicious scripts and bots. Unfortunately, some server configurations require 777 permissions in order for stuff like Media Uploads to work. Of course, that’s never a good idea, so let’s lock down those vulnerable directories with a bit of .htaccess.

Note that this technique is written for use in .htaccess files, but is better implemented via Apache’s main configuration file (httpd.conf). If you don’t have access to configuration files or prefer to localize via .htaccess, the following technique will make it happen.

Step 1: Create an .htaccess file for your /uploads/ directory (or use existing file if present). In it, place the following code and upload to your server:

# secure uploads directory
<Files ~ ".*\..*">
	Order Allow,Deny
	Deny from all
<FilesMatch "\.(jpg|jpeg|jpe|gif|png|tif|tiff)$">
	Order Deny,Allow
	Allow from all

This denies access to all files but then allows access only to the specified types of images. If you’re working with other media types such as .zip, .mp3, .mov, or whatever, simply edit the FilesMatch pattern like so:


Likewise you can remove anything that you won’t be using. This is the key to implementing this technique in other directories such as /upgrade/, /backup/, and so forth. Once in place, this technique prevents bad guys from injecting any PHP or other scripts, but allows images (and/or other specified file types).

Other things to try

If you’re trying to get media-uploads to work but don’t want to go all 777 on the server, here are some other, more round-about things to try:

  • experimenting with incrementally more secure permissions until something works
  • disabling PHP Safe Mode
  • unchecking the auto-organization year/month option
  • trying different file paths
  • switching hosts if possible

I’ve experimented with all of these tactics in various server environments, but it’s generally hit-or-miss — works or it doesn’t. Some alternate solutions/workarounds aren’t as secure as others, so if you’re stuck with 777 permissions, the previous .htaccess technique will help secure your /uploads/ directory against malicious scripts and other nefarious behavior.

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This post will outline tasks that are essential after installing WordPress to ensure that they have effective SEO from the start.

So you have just finshed installing WordPress and now you may be wondering “What Now!”. Well, now you should proceed in setting a foundation for a good Search Engine Optimized (SEO) blog. Following this article and guidelines this will hopefully ensure that whatever your purpose for the blog, you will have a solid foundation on which to build upon.

Some of these recommendations are as simple as changing some of the default WordPress Dashboard settings and others include downloading and installing third party plugins.

1. Configure WordPress Basic Settings immediately after installing WordPress

Configure WordPress Basic Settings immediately after installing WordPress

Configure WordPress Basic Settings immediately after installing WordPress

The first step completed immediately after installing WordPress should be to setup and config the default blog settings. This is accessed by going to Settings -> General in the WordPress Dashboard.

In this area you set up the:

  • Site Title – The title of the Blog
  • Tagline – If your theme is setup to display a tagline, this is where you edit it.
  • WordPress Address – The actual full address of the blog.
  • Site Address – For most cases this should be the same as your WordPress Address.
  • E-mail Address – The email address of the blog administrator.
  • Membership – Whether or not you wish to allow visitors to register.
  • New User Default Role – If you have chosen to accept registration, this will set the role that new users will have.
  • Timezone – Select from the drop-down list your preferred timezone.
  • Date Format – Select the date format wou wish your blog to use or create your own.
  • Time Format – Select the time format you wish your blog to use or create your own.
  • Week Starts On – Select the date on wish you wish the default start of the week day to be.

Finally, be sure to go through and configure the settings for the other option and setting pages in the WordPress Dashboard.

2. Setup & Configure WordPress Permalinks

Setup & Configure WordPress Permalinks

Setup & Configure WordPress Permalinks

WordPress offers you the ability to create a custom URL structure for your permalinks and archives. This can improve the aesthetics, usability, and forward-compatibility of your links. This is also an essential task that should be carried out immediately after you have completed installing WordPress.

The way that you construct your WordPress posts is an essential feature in helping to improve your SEO rankings. Every post you create has a permanent web address that WordPress creates called a permalink. You can select how WordPress should structure your Permalinks by clicking on Settings in the dashboard menu and then clicking on Permalinks.

Under the Common Settings in the permalink page you have a few options to choose from in configuring your permalinks.

  • Default – The default URL structure is a mix of odd characters and ID numbers
  • Day and Name – Suitable for news and time centric blogs
  • Month and Name – Suitable for news and time centric blogs
  • Numeric – An incrementing number rather than the post’s actual title.
  • Custom – By specifying a variable in %% signs you can choose the structure

As you can see from the image above I like to use the permalink structure of:


This will create links that have the category of the post and title of the post in the URL. These links will not only be more readable and memorable, but are also better for search engines.

WordPress uses a file called .htaccess to create the permalinks, if this is not writable by the server, WordPress will give you instructions on creating the file yourself.

Here is an example of WPInsite permalink structure in use:

WPInsite permalink structure in use

WPInsite permalink structure in use

3. Ensure Correct Folder Permissions are Set and Configure Uploads

Ensure Correct Folder Permissions are Set and Configure Uploads

Ensure Correct Folder Permissions are Set and Configure Uploads

One of the neatest things about using WordPress is that when you are creating a Post you can upload files directly in WordPress and not need to ever touch your FTP program. This is great if you have multiple writers or non-tech writers, however you may need to double check that uploads are working on your server.

In the WordPress Dashboard, click on Posts > Add New to bring up the Add New Post screen then click the image icon to add assets using WordPress’ Uploader. Enter a file and try uploading. If all goes to plan the file will appear there successfully. If not, you will most likely need to create a directory for the upload facility to upload to, or set permissions for the directory to be writable. You can do this through your FTP program, the error message will tell you what folders to create.

Options for the uploads are controlled via Settings > Media -> Uploading Files.

Configure Image Uploads

Configure Image Uploads

4. Setup & activate your SPAM prevention – Akismet

Setup & activate your SPAM prevention - Akismet

Setup & activate your SPAM prevention – Akismet

Akismet in a invaluable tool as nobody likes SPAM. Akismet is a spam filter plugin for comments. It is automatically installed with WordPress, so enabling it after installing WordPress is as simple as going to your WordPress Dashboard and click on Plugins, find Akismet in the list and click “Activate”. A message will appear asking for your API key, simply click the link and create a account and then copy and paste the key back into your Dashboard.

5. Install & Configure Google XML Sitemaps

Install & Configure Google XML Sitemaps

Install & Configure Google XML Sitemaps

This plugin will generate a special XML sitemap which will help search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo and to better index your blog. With such a sitemap, it’s much easier for the crawlers to see the complete structure of your site and retrieve it more efficiently. The plugin supports all kinds of WordPress generated pages as well as custom URLs. Additionally it notifies all major search engines every time you create a post about the new content.

To use this plugin you first need to install it, and then go to the XML-Sitemaps link under Settings tab in your WordPress Dashboard and you will see a configuration page for Google Sitemap. Simple adjust the options and save the settings.

Download the Google XML Sitemap Plugin

6. Download & Install W3 Total Cache Plugin

Download & Install W3 Total Cache Plugin

Download & Install W3 Total Cache Plugin

The most complete WordPress performance framework. W3 Total Cache improves the user experience of your site by improving your server performance, caching every aspect of your site, reducing the download times and providing transparent content delivery network (CDN) integration.

Using this plugin will greatly improve your blog loading speed, which will also help to improve you Search Engine Rankings. There are a lot of option in regards to this plugin, so be sure to follow the installation and configuration settings found either through the plugin or on the WordPress download page.

The plugin works even better if you utilize a Content Delivery Network. This is a third party service that you will need to purchase. WPInsite is proudly powered by MaxCDN. To view more details visit the MaxCDN website.

More information on installing W3 Total cache can be viewed by reading this post. CloudFlare and W3 Total Cache WordPress Integration

Download the W3 Total Cache Plugin

7. Adding Analytics Tracking with the Google Analytics for WordPress Plugin

Adding Analytics Tracking with the Google Analytics for WordPress Plugin

Adding Analytics Tracking with the Google Analytics for WordPress Plugin

You spent all that precious time installing and configuring your blog. Wouldn’t it be nice to know exactly how many visitors are viewing your site. Well with this plugin you now can. The plugin incorporates Google Analytics into your blog.

The Google Analytics for WordPress plugin allows you to track your blog easily and with lots of metadata. You do need to sign up for a Google Analytics account to use this plugin.

Download the Google Analytics for WordPress Plugin

8. Download and Install a Contact Management Plugin

Having an efficient way for your visitors to be able to get in contact with you is viable to the success of any blog. Set up a contact page and utilize any of the vast numbers of Contact Plugins available for WordPress. A plugin that I can recommend is:

Fast Secure Contact Form

Fast Secure Contact Form

Fast Secure Contact Form

This plugin allows a webmaster to easily create and add contact forms to WordPress. The contact form will let the user send emails to a site’s admin. An administration panel is present, where the webmaster can create and preview unlimited forms.

Features a super easy admin panel, multi-form feature, autoresponder, no templates to mess with, and an option to redirect visitors to any URL after the message is sent. Includes CAPTCHA and Akismet support to block all common spammer tactics. Spam is no longer a problem. You can add extra fields of any type: text, textarea, checkbox, checkbox-multiple, radio, select, select-multiple, attachment, date, time, hidden, password, and fieldset.

Download the Fast Secure Contact Form Plugin


Owning and running a WordPress blog is a wondering thing and can be quite enjoyable and rewarding. You never stop working on improving your  blog. you will find yourself constantly changing plugins, editing your theme and other modifications as your knowledge of the WordPress platform increases.


wordpress popup plugin collection

When can we say that a blog or a website is successful? Obviously, some would say, if the blog has lots of traffic. But actually, traffic alone is not everything. More importantly, a blog has to generate sales, increase subscription rates,  and develop loyal readership. Internet marketers are more familiar to this principle than any other working online, and part of their success formula is the use of forceful and effective call to action which is oftentimes contained in a popup box. Popups may be hated by some and many tools have been created to kill popups. However recently use of technologies like jQuery have made it possible to create modal windows that are actually part of the existing page. This makes blocking them very hard. Used wisely you may increase conversion, but be careful not pushing it too hard as loyal readers may turn their back to your site.

Creating your own popups for your website is not an easy task. You need to have knowledge of programming to be able to generate the codes that would define your intended popup. Fortunately, for WordPress websites, there are lots of easily configurable popup plugins that you can choose from to convey subscription invitation, download or sales links, announcements and etc. Popups actually are versatile, and can be used for other purposes. A common use is to ask for likes or tweet before a file can be downloaded. Using a WordPress Facebook Plugin may give you this functionality.

Here in this article, we are listing a number of useful popup plugins that you can choose from to use in your website. As you will find out, most of these items are free while few are premium. Either, way these plugins have varied designs and applications fit for their intended purposes.

Disclosure: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links and I will earn a commission if you purchase through those links (at no extra cost to you). I recommend that you do your own independent research before purchasing any product or service. This article is not a guideline, a recommendation or endorsement of specific products.



Premium WordPress PopUp Plugin Collection

1. LePopup WordPress

LePopup WordPress

Successful LePopup script of LeSeries collection is now available also in WordPress version! Clear and simple management, easy and reliable handling, this all comfortly in WordPress administration. Set up sessions, automatic show and close and many more, also upcoming features that will renew and boost your site like no other popup before! Simple way to be popupped!

MORE INFO / DEMO – by CodeCanyon (premium plugin)

2. Social Traffic Pop for WordPress

Social Traffic Pop for WordPress

Social Traffic Pop is finally here. Requested by tons of other Traffic Pop buyers, Social Traffic Pop combines 3 of the most powerful social media tools to make one of the best social media marketing tools ever. Social Traffic Pop builds on everything that made the original Facebook Traffic Pop such a hit and takes it to the next level. Make Google, Facebook, and Twitter your slave and become a social media slayer over night!

MORE INFO / DEMO – by CodeCanyon (premium plugin)

3. Facebook Traffic Pop for WordPress

Facebook Traffic Pop for WordPress

Tap into Facebook’s 600 million plus users now with the hottest Facebook traffic plugin. Facebook traffic pop is a new breed of ‘popups’ that will allow you to have your users like your pages, instead of trying to get them to click ads. More likes = more exposure = more traffic = more money!

MORE INFO / DEMO – by CodeCanyon (premium plugin)

4. Sugar Modal Windows for WordPress

Sugar Modal Windows for WordPress

Sugar Modal Windows provides an easy-to-use interface for creating Modal popup windows for your WordPress powered website. The Modal Windows are powered by slick jQuery transitions and are fully compatible with all modern browsers and IE 7 -9. Modal Windows created with this plugin can contain any kind of information, including text, audio, video, shortcodes, etc. Your options are limitless! With 13 configurable options for every modal, there are literally thousands of different modal windows you can create. Use them to show off privacy policies, banner ads, portfolio images/videos, miscellaneous information, additional details, and anything else!

MORE INFO / DEMO – by CodeCanyon (premium plugin)

5. SocialPop: A Social Media Plugin for WordPress

SocialPop: A Social Media Plugin for WordPress

The SocialPop WordPress plug-in gives you the ability to add social media sharing options to the Posts and Pages of your website. The display settings allow them to appear right after the content section of the page. You can also manually insert them wherever you like, including widget areas using the Manual Insert Settings option. You can also insert them into your templates and pages via PHP functions call or shortcode.

MORE INFO / DEMO – by CodeCanyon (premium plugin)

6. Foobar – WordPress Notification Bars


A WordPress plugin for adding great looking notification bars to your site.

MORE INFO / DEMO – by CodeCanyon (premium plugin)

Free WordPress PopUp Plugin Collection

7. Scrolling down popup plugin

Scrolling down popup plugin

Scrolling down popup plugin create the popup window with drop in scrolling effect. With this plugin we can confirm that particular content on your page gets attention to user. To display important announcement, an advertisement, or a promotional offer we can use this plugin.


8. Cool fade popup

Cool fade popup

Sometimes its useful to add a pop up to your website to show your ads, special announcement and for offers. Using this plug-in you can creates unblockable, dynamic and fully configurable popups for your blog. This popup ads are very effective advertising tools for your website since they won’t get automatically blocked by popup blocking tool.


9. Onclick Popup

Onclick Popup

One easy way to send your visitors a welcome message, notice, or advertisement is to add this popup plugin to your site. WordPress on-click Popup plugin will create a popup message to your website. The popup will appear on text click so it is named on-click popup.


10. WP-Announcements


The WP-Announcements plugin is ideal for websites or blogs that would like to display a site wide announcement, featured post, important message, community notice, advertisement, survey form, email subscription form, emergency alert or anything you can publish in a post as a marquee or popup window using ShadowBox-JS or ThickBox.


11. Milat jQuery Automatic Popup

 Milat jQuery Automatic Popup

Only want your popup in some areas on your site? With this WordPress popup plugin You can select whether you want them displayed on your posts, pages, or your home page.


12. Pinoy Pop Up on Exit

Pinoy Pop Up on Exit

This plugin is mainly for sales copy sites, opt-in(squeeze) pages, upsell offers page or any page that tries to bribe people to stay in the page to respond to an offer. If a visitor tries to exit your site(page/post) they will instead see a popup screen providing them with an incentive not to leave. This incentive could be a discount or a bonus if they choose not to leave and instead make a purchase. A working example of this script is at Publishing a Book and Paid Public Speaker.


13. WordPress Popup Scheduler

WordPress Popup Scheduler

The WordPress Popup Scheduler plugin allow you to fully customize the way popup is shown on your blog. You can either place your message before the first post, or as a popup right in the middle of the screen. In addition, there is also the option to either show the popup in home page only or in every single page.


14. SuperSlider-Media-Pop


SuperSlider-Media-Pop adds numerous image enhancements to your admin panels. Displays all attached files to this post is post list view. It adds image sizes to the Upload/Insert image screen, adding image sizes to be inserted and adding to the image link field options. Insert any superslider image size and link to any image size. You can now insert a slide sized image and pop over a mid size image in your post. Adds thumbnails and attachments to your edit post / page list screens.


15. WP Super Popup

WP Super Popup

WP Super Popup makes you able to easily create and manage modal and unblockable popups for your WordPress blog. It is proved that a modal and graphically attractive popup (like the one generated by this plugin) have an high conversion! For example you can use it for creating subscription forms or to promote your product in a viral way. The popup content can be retrieved from an external URL or directly edited inline thanks to a WYSIWYG editor.


16. WordPress PopUp

 WordPress PopUp

One of the most effective ways to advertise your mailing list, special offer or simply to show ads is via javascript ‘pop over’ on your site.


17. MaxBlogPress Unblockable Popup

MaxBlogPress Unblockable Popup

This amazing WordPress popup plugin allows you to get your message across in an unblockable popup easily. You can choose to present your popup in a simple straightforward way, in a fading system or in a lightbox mode.


18. Tippy WordPress Plugin

Tippy WordPress Plugin

This plugin allows users to create custom popups or tooltips in their posts. The style and behavior of the tooltip are highly configurable through CSS and through the WordPress dashboard.


19. Simple PopUp

Simple PopUp

A simple, attractive, non-annoying, extremely fast and light-weight pop-up box for your WordPress Blog. Supports Cookies,Custom design options,scheduling and custom Visual Edior where you can put your html code which will be showed to your visitors.


20. Popup


Sometimes its useful to add a pop up to your website to show your ads, special announcement and for offers. Using this plug-in you can creates unblockable, dynamic and fully configurable popups for your blog. One easy way to send your visitors a welcome message, notice, or advertisement is to add a this popup plugin to your site. This popup ads are very effective advertising tools for your website since they wont get automatically blocked by popup blocking tool.


21. Easy Heads Up Bar

Easy Heads Up Bar

This plugin adds an easy to use notification bar to the top of your WordPress website with a linked call to action.