Author: Dena S.
Table of Contents Plus
The Table of Contents plugin can be used to add a table of contents that is generated from the headings you’ve used within a page or post. It can be configured to either insert itself automatically, to wait for a certain number of headlines to insert itself, or to only do so when called with a short code.
Creator’s site: https://wordpress.org/plugins/duplicate-page/
How to use it:
- Enable the plugin in your Dashboard’s Plugins listing.
- Click the Settings link in the Duplicate Page entry on the Plugins listing.
Contact Form 7
Plugin creator’s WordPress site: https://wordpress.org/plugins/contact-form-7/
Contact Form 7 is available to PIE users by requesting it from the Publish.illinois.edu
Creator’s site: https://www.relevanssi.com/user-manual/
The default WordPress search assumes both that the site will be made of blog posts and that the most recent posts are by definition the most relevant ones.
Creator’s website: https://wordpress.org/plugins/ml-slider/
How to use: Detailed information is available from MetaSlider’s Documentation pages.
For a quick start:
- Select the MetaSlider item from the left-hand menu in your dashboard.
Creator’s site: https://wordpress.org/plugins/mathjax-latex/
Available by request from the publish.illinois.edu team, this plugin has been used by math and physics-related sites to enable easier display of mathematical formulae.
Creator’s site: https://wordpress.org/plugins/display-posts-shortcode/
Display Posts is automatically enabled on all Publish.illinois.edu sites, so that you can use a short code in angle brackets to display and format groupings of posts.