Link Software creates and sells a series of WordPress plugins across a variety of categories. Our WordPress plugins are in active development and are all updated multiple times throughout the year. In total, the plugins we make are actively used on over 13,000 WordPress-powered websites.
White Label gives designers and agencies the ability to customize the admin side of WordPress. You can use the White Label plugin to modify the login page, dashboard, dashboard widgets, and a lot more.
White Label is being used on over 9,000 WordPress sites now. There is a Pro version of White Label that offers extra features to make customizing the admin for clients even better. You can try White Label for free by downloading it from WordPress.org.
WP Terms Popup
WP Terms Popup is actively used on over 4,000 WordPress-powered websites. We have released three paid add-ons since 2018 that enhance the core plugin’s feature set. You can try WP Terms Popup yourself for free by downloading it from WordPress.org.
Remove WooCommerce Features
Remove WooCommerce Features is a WooCommerce plugin that gives you the power to make changes to your online store’s appearance and functionality. The plugin lets you hide or remove nearly 30 common WooCommerce design elements.
What makes Remove WooCommerce Features so powerful is its simple interface. Site owners can make instant changes to their site with a few button clicks. There’s no need to edit any files or pay an expensive developer or agency to do the work for you.
ChimpBridge is a unique plugin that brings the power of Mailchimp, one of the world’s most popular email marketing platforms, to WordPress. The plugin gives users the ability to create and send Mailchimp campaigns for their audiences in an interface similar to writing a blog post.
The premium version, ChimpBridge Pro, extends the features of the plugin by adding support for audience segments and a customizable email footer. You can give ChimpBridge a try for yourself and start sending Mailchimp campaigns by downloading the plugin from WordPress.org.