Friday’s Unknown Plugin Spotlight: August 22nd

WordPress unknown plugins

Welcome to the second Friday’s Unknown Plugin Spotlight! In this series, we take a look at some of the newer and/or lesser known plugins that can be found in the WordPress plugin directory. This can also include some niche plugins that can turn out to be quite useful. There’s a whole world of plugins out there, so let’s discover them!

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Viavi WordPress Timeline

Viavi WordPress Timeline is a small but interesting plugin that allows you to add a timeline to your WordPress site, the plugin features, according to Viavi Webtech, a modern design, is fully responsive and easy to customize.

Viavi WP Testimonials

Viavi WP Testimonials is another plugin by Viavi Webtech that allows you to post and display testimonials on your WordPress site.

Amazing Hover Effects

Amazing hover effects plugin

Amazing Hover Effects is a plugin by noor-e-alam that allows includes hover effects powered by CSS and iHover. Installation is easy and all you need to do is use the [hover category=”Category_Name”] shortcode.

WP Responsive Media

WordPress responsive images

Responsive Media and / or images are notoriously difficult to work with but WP Responsive Media aims to fix that. The plugin author, randyjensen, states that:

A seamless responsive images solution for WordPress that doesn’t break the visual editor.

Spam Notifier

The Spam Notifier plugin sends an email

A simple plugin that sends you an email when a comment goes to your spam folder. Spam Notifier was written by Flector.

Neat Slider

The neat slider plugin

A simple plugin that sends you an email when a comment goes to your spam folder. Spam Notifier was written by Flector.

NGINX Cache Optimizer

Nginx Cache Optimizer

NGINX Cache Optimizer by getClouder and Hristo SiteGround is a plugin that you can use to cache dynamic content on your server and extends writing permissions for executing PHP scripts.

That’s it for now, stay tuned to learn more. As always, you can leave a comment below if you would like to suggest a plugin or ask a question.