Google Chrome has many cool extensions. Google Chrome Web Store producing an infinity of useful extensions, and here are the top for WordPress users.
WordPress Admin Bar Control
One-click, per-domain WP admin bar hiding. Ideal for anyone doing both design and content editing at the same time.
If you work with WordPress on a frequent basis you may have a love/hate relationship with the admin bar. The admin bar is exceptionally handy when jumping between the front and back end of a site or when writing content but it can also get in the way when doing design or trying to build the aesthetics of a site.
This plugin isn’t developed for those who want to get rid of the admin bar completely, there are plenty of those extensions out there already. WordPress Admin Bar Control is designed for easy concealment of the admin bar on a per-domain basis. This means all you need to do is click the plugin’s action button once and the admin bar will vanish immediately and between page loads and browser sessions. Want the bar back? No problem! Just click the button again and the admin bar will be restored instantly!
Scan WP – WordPress Theme Detector (Including Plugin detection)
Have you ever seen a WordPress site and said “I have to have this!”? Well, this extension is exactly for you! Scan WP is an innovative WordPress theme detector, meaning it can detect almost any plugin being used on a WordPress site along with the theme being used. All you need to do is enter a URL of a site built with WordPress and Scan WP will do the rest. It will give you all the information you can possibly need about the site.
- The WordPress theme name
- The theme price
- Tags affiliated with the theme
- The store where you can buy the theme
- Theme version
- A direct link to buy the theme
- ALL the plugins used
- Each plugin price
- A direct link to download the plugin
Google Docs to WordPress
Export your Google document directly to WordPress. As a blog writer, you are most likely using Google Docs for most of your writing process. After hours of writing and reviewing, you finally have a completed blog post that you are ready to show the world. All that is left is to upload your document to WordPress. Unfortunately, this seemingly simple task often proves to be quite a hassle since you need to format the entire post in order to fit your blog’s style.
This Google Docs add-on is designed make your publishing process as fast and efficient as possible. Simply select “Publish” from the add-on menu inside the Google Docs editor. Your new post is now on WordPress, styled to fit your WordPress theme. Your images have also been taken care of, each one labeled correctly and appearing exactly in the right place.
The app also allows you to change the size of large photos to fit your post, and create links to display these images in full size (for instance, in order to view screenshots in detail).
Docs to WordPress frees you from the burden that usually comes with publishing your post, allowing you to devote your time to create the quality content that your readers are waiting for.
WordPress Admin Switcher
A Google Chrome extension that enables you to quickly log into and switch to/from the WordPress admin using a single keyboard shortcut. It works on any WordPress site and is great for power users who want to skip the manual steps of always having to type “wp-admin” into the address bar to log in to a site, or always having to reach for their mouse/trackpad and click a link in the WP admin bar in order to switch to/from the admin; those processes are replaced with a single keyboard shortcut instead.
On any WordPress site, hit cmd + shift + A (Mac) or ctrl + shift + A (Windows/Linux) to log into and switch to/from the WordPress admin. Alternatively, clicking the extension icon produces the same behavior.
WordPress Codex Cheatsheet
The WordPress Codex Cheatsheet extension provides quick access to some of the most commonly used functions and tags in the WordPress Codex. Rather than searching for a WordPress function through Google, simply copy the code straight from the Cheatsheet!
The code is neatly organised in a purely CSS based accordion menu.
Know WordPress Version
An easy extension to find “If any website is running on WordPress ?” And a easy to know it’s WordPress Version.
Just add the extension to your Chrome and Visit a web page you are interested. If the website is running on WordPress, then out “cloud like” Icon on your extension tool bar (Right side of Chrome address bar) will automatically turn into WordPress Icon, Cool ah !
And then if you click on the WordPress icon, then it will show the Version info and let you know if it is latest or outdated.
Rollerblade Screenshots for WordPress
This extension works with the Rollerblade App for WordPress developers and designers. It provides more accurate and faster screenshots of your WordPress web site which are then passed on to your teams’ or clients’ stored tickets and comments.
The extension is not required to use Rollerblade, but it’s highly recommended so you will get a more accurate screenshot of what your clients and team members are highlighting when they submit in-line feedback on your WordPress creations!
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