Not your typical form-making plugin. Forminator is the easy-to-use WordPress form builder plugin for every website and situation. It’s the easiest way to create any form – contact form, order form, payment form, email form, feedback widgets, interactive polls with real-time results, buzzfeed-style “no wrong answer” quizzes, service estimators, and registration forms with payment options including PayPal and Stripe.

Widget Importer & Exporter is useful for moving widgets from one WordPress site to another, backing up widgets and for theme developers to give users sample widgets. See the on

DOWNLOAD PLUGIN ORIGINAL LINK Description The fastest way to add more widgets into your WordPress website. How easy can things get when you can add widgets for particular information and fetch them anywhere on your website? This goes with the most wanted information like the business address, social profile links […]

DOWNLOAD PLUGIN ORIGINAL LINK Description Modern Membership, Ecommerce, Digital Downloads, User Profile, Registration & Login Form Plugin is a simple yet powerful ecommerce and paid membership plugin for accepting one-time and recurring payments, selling subscriptions and digital products (downloadable files) via Stripe & PayPal, restrict content and control user access. […]

DOWNLOAD PLUGIN ORIGINAL LINK Description Manage your Meta Pixel (Facebook Pixel), implement Facebook Conversion API, add your Google Analytics 4 (GA4) or an old Universal property with a single plugin. Add ANY other script (Head & Footer feature). The Pinterest Tag can be implemented via add-on. PixelYourSite’s Automatic Events will […]

The Built-in HTTP Module Node.js has a built-in module called HTTP, which allows Node.js to transfer data over the Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP). To include the HTTP module, use the require() method: var http = require(‘http’); Node.js as a Web Server The HTTP module can create an HTTP server […]

Creating a Table To create a table in MySQL, use the “CREATE TABLE” statement. Make sure you define the name of the database when you create the connection: Example Create a table named “customers”: var mysql = require(‘mysql’); var con = mysql.createConnection({ host: “localhost”, user: “yourusername“, password: “yourpassword“,   database: […]