List of fifteen popular and fine working WordPress plugins that helps you to manage your website themes in a better possible way. You can add more features, make editing easy, insert tweaks and much more using following free WordPress themes.
An easy way to test your theme for all the latest WordPress standards and practices. Don’t get any wrong idea, this plugin is for testing any developed theme to latest WordPress standards before submitting it to WP Theme Repository not for checking your theme’s compatibility with new WordPress update.
This plugin themes the WordPress login, registration and forgot password pages according to your current theme. It creates a page to use in place of wp-login.php, using a page template from your theme. Also includes a widget for sidebar login.
Using Theme Tweaker you can easily modify default colors of your WordPress theme using color picker. You can change them in bulk like invert all colors, use grey scale etc.
Using this WordPress plugin you can safely test drive any WordPress theme as an administrator and at the same time your visitors keep using the default activated theme. Even you can set testing theme options (if it has them) in the Admin panel while you are testing the theme. Everything happens completely transparent and they don’t even notice that you are running a different theme for yourself. Even you can set new options to theme you are testing.
WordPress default visual editor provides you a minimum set of formatting buttons in visual editor and for advanced formatting of content you have to use HTML editor. You can make formatting easy and fast by adding more formatting options (like options you have in office suites) inside visual editor.
It allows you to use a different WordPress theme depending on web browser your site is viewed on. It works great for things like having a dedicated theme for mobile devices, but also is a great way to cheat your way out of CSS hacks and browser specific annoyances ( IE anybody? ). Even though themes are usually designed to be cross browser and CSS fine tuning is part of it, sometimes you do not have the time to spend trying to figure out a way to make the pages behave across browsers.
Themes Shortcodes plugin provides you a collection some handy WordPress theme related shortcodes.
WP Live CSS Editor allows you to easily edit, preview and save all your project’s CSS stylesheets live in your web browser.
Theme Tweaker displays the existing colors from active WordPress theme of your website, it gives you a color picker to replace them. It also lets you change them in bulk, like invert all colors, use grey scale etc. It also allows you to preview or activate the changes you have made. You can save the modified stylesheet locally and upload it into your blog and deploy your new color scheme.
Get support for more than 30 useful shortcodes in your WordPress site. Easily create buttons, boxes, different sliders, quotes etc. Using Shortcodes Ultimate, a WordPress plugin you can quickly and easily retrieve many premium themes features and display it on your site.
WP Scheduled Themes simply allows you to schedule a different theme to display on your website special events for all your site visitors. It overrides theme on the live site for all visitors.
It fetches images from given URL or from a piece of html-code and saves them directly to your blog’s media directory, and attaches them to the appointed post. Install and activate it, then visit Dashboard -> Media -> Image Grabber and add the URLs of images you like to save in your website. You can also use it while writing your posts, using its tab your post editor’s upload box as shown in the image.
Provides you an enhanced WordPress theme editor with a better tree view of your theme files and folders with some extra functionality and features.
You can allow your Website visitors to switch between themes according to their like. You can provide them a drop down theme selection box showing list of themes installed in your website so that they can select and view your site in their favorite WordPress theme.
Scan your WordPress themes for potentially malicious using TAC. It stands for Theme Authenticity Checker which searches source files of every installed theme for signs of malicious code. If it founds such code, it displays the path to the theme file, the line number, and a small snippet of the suspect code.