Best Free WordPress Plugins: Awesome Tools Built by ThemeIsle ⚡

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Check out 10 free WordPress plugins you must have in 2019 that are built and maintained by our developers at ThemeIsle. Ready for the Gutenberg editor and some can improve your website performance.

1. Gutenberg blocks & template library by Otter ? 0:02
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One of the best free WordPress plugins you can get for improving your content creation experience is Otter Blocks.

It enhances the new editor of WordPress (aka Gutenberg) with more options for colors, alignment, margins, padding, typography, and so on. Use it on any WordPress website, or blog, even if you are just a beginner.

It gives you WordPress blocks whit extended functionalities like Button Group, Section, Service, Pricing, About Author, Advanced Heading, Google Map, etc.

2. Image optimization service by Optimole ? 1:02
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This is a plugin which connects your WordPress website to a real-time image optimization service with a cloud-based system.

It will speed up your website and deliver high-quality images perfectly sized for every device.

3. Visualizer: tables & charts manager for WordPress ? 2:07
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A simple and quite powerful WordPress chart plugin to create and embed interactive charts and tables into your site.

4. Feedzy RSS feeds. RSS aggregator ? 3:08
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FEEDZY RSS Feeds is an easy-to-use plugin giving you RSS aggregator and auto blogging functionality. With this plugin you can bring the best RSS feeds to your site.

5. WP product review lite ? 3:44
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This is a tool you can use to create beautiful product review boxes within your blog posts. It has a lot of options.

You can display pros and cons, different ratings for each feature, product picture and you can even put your affiliate link over here.

Also, you get your comments powered up with different features which readers can rate along with each comment.

6. Menu icons ? 4:21
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This is a free WordPress plugin which will help you enhance your menu items. Once you activate it, you can see a link when editing the menu item which allows you to select a specific icon.

Recommended videos:

How to add menu icons:
How to build a mega menu:

7. Blocks CSS ? 5:08
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Blocks CSS allows you to add custom CSS to your Gutenberg Blocks straight from the Editor.

It adds a syntax-highlighted CSS Editor where you can add additional CSS to your Gutenberg Blocks to style them the way you want.

8. Blocks animation ? 5:29
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Blocks Animation allows you to add CSS Animations to all of your Gutenberg blocks in the most elegant way.

The user interface for Blocks Animation feels so native and intuitive, you won’t even notice it’s installed. After activating it, you will see animation settings in all the blocks, right in the block settings sidebar.

9. Blocks export-import ? 5:58
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Blocks Export-Import plugin allows you to import and export blocks as JSON in Gutenberg Block Editor.

For example, you have a block with lots of custom work which you want to re-use later on other posts or pages.

Simply export it as JSON and use the Import from JSON block when needed. Upload the exported file, and here we go. We don’t need to recreate the same box from scratch. Cool.

10. Orbit Fox ? 6:35
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This is a full options plugin which contains plugins functionality already mentioned in this video like image optimization, menu icons, and so on.

By accessing its settings, you can see modules available for Social Sharing, Gutenberg Blocks which gives you access to the same tools of Otter Blocks, Uptime Monitoring, Analytics Integration, Page Bilder widgets you can use with Elementor or Beaver, Template Directory, My stock Import which gives you access to a lot of free images, Policy Notice and Safe Updates too.

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ThemeIsle is the go-to source for the High-Quality WordPress Themes (both free & premium), and plugins every website owner needs. We’re passioned about all things WordPress, but we’re not afraid to tackle other web related subjects. Our goal is to give those websites easy-to-use themes and designs that can be managed by everyone.



Mazi has nine years of web development experience with the past five years spent honing his skills with WordPress plugins and themes. He's an expert in WooCommerce and is the author of the Simple Sales Tax plugin, a popular sales tax compliance solution for WooCommerce. Brett understands the importance of excellent communication, prides himself on producing high-quality code, and is comfortable working solo or as part of a team.

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