WordPress Premium Plugin: Keyword Counter & Density Calculator

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The Keyword Counter & Density Calculator plugin calculates how many times each keyword is used in a in a post or a page. When you write or edit a post/page, you can see a handy list of the keywords you’ve used — listed in order, starting with the words you use most commonly.

Why use Keyword Counter & Density Calculator?

If you’re writing an article, one important factor to keep in mind is, what are the keywords you’re using? How often do you use them? This is essential for SEO (search engine optimization) reasons. You want to use your keywords a bunch, but not too much.

But when you write, you’re often faced with the problem: how many times did I use this keyword, or that one? Usually, there’s a manual process: control-F (or command-F for Mac lovers!) to find and count the number of times you used it, look up the total number of words, do some division — and this gets frustrating before you even start.

The solution

But look no further! The Keyword Counter & Density Calculator is here to help.

Here is how it works. Once installed and activated, when you write a post or a page, above the text editing box, there is a new button called “Count Keywords”. Click it, and a chart will come up. For all keywords, it lists their frequency, so you can see how many times you’ve used it. It also lists their density — both, as compared to the total # of words you wrote, and also as compared to the total number of non-small words you wrote (excluding words like “in”, “of”, and “but”, for example). You also get a red/yellow/green alert as to how on target the density is, so you know what you need to improve.

The Cream on the Cake: The Advanced Features

The best part, however, are all the advanced settings and features — this is where the power is really unlocked. Our advanced features include:

* One of our two favorite features is: you can configure keywords that are more than one word! Lets say, one of your most important keywords is the phrase, “WordPress security” — by default, that would be treated as two separate words. But you could configure it to treat them as one phrase.

* Our other favorite feature is: optional stemming. If you want it to treat “walk”, “walks”, “walking”, “walk’s”, etc, as one word — then just turn on the stemming option! Note that this feature predicts the root based on the conjugation, so you might sometimes get guesses that aren’t exactly on mark; but it’s usually on target, and perfect for our SEO purposes.

* You can turn on/off whether you want the count to include the small words or not.

* You can also add in words to exclude, as well.

* You can limit the # of keywords to review — in case it’s a huge document that’s using up lots of memory!

* You can edit the list of default “small” words that are excluded, in case you want to remove any, or add some more.

Say hi!

But not only is the plugin great — but we’re very dedicated to our users. We’re friendly and supportive — and we love helping everyone out. Email us any questions, or see our support page at: https://www.wpsos.io/plugin-support/.

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WordPress Premium Plugin: .htaccess Site Access Control

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.htaccess Site Access Control plugin allows you to password protect your site: WP login page, admin pages, and/or the whole site. The plugin adds in this functionality on top of WordPress, using the .htaccess password protection functionality.

As of version 1.0, the options of the free plugin include:
1. Enabling/disabling the password protection to wp-login.php, WordPress admin pages. Note that you’ll be asked to re-type the .htaccess username/password you created before enabling any of the settings – to ensure that you wouldn’t enable the password protection without even knowing the password yourself!
2. Modifying the existing users: you can change any .htaccess user’s password and remove the users.
3. Adding one .htaccess user.

With premium plugin, you can also:
1. Create/modify an unlimited number of .htaccess users;
2. Protect your whole site, making it accessible to only those who have the .htaccess user.

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Using the password protection will give you extra security layer of protection from brute force hacking attacks. Additionally, it’s also an easy way to password protect your entire site, without needing to create separate WordPress users for each visitor.

When you enable the password protection, the user won’t be able to see anything – not even see the protected page – until he/she inserts the username/password. You can password protect the whole website, including the administrator pages; you can password protect the administrator pages; or you can password protect the WordPress login page.

If you have any suggestions, please let us know! You can contact us via https://www.wpsos.io/.

WordPress Plugin: Site Language Definition

Site Language Definition is a simple plugin for forcing the web browser to know what language your site is in.

Site Language Definition solves a common problem: your website is in your chosen language but for some reason the browser ‘thinks’ it’s in another language.

It is particularly common to think that your site is in a different language — many Chrome users get messages from Chrome along the lines of, “This site is in Indonesian. Would you like Chrome to translate it?” even when the site doesn’t have a hint of Indonesian! This has very negative SEO ramifications: Google prioritizes in its search results sites that it knows are in the user’s language.

Site Language Definition plugins adds the necessary language attributes to your website to force the browsers see the website as configured under the WordPress General Settings. If you need to change the language, just go to Settings -> General, and change the language of your website.

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WordPress Plugin: Remove Feed Links

Remove Feed Links is a simple plugin for removing feed links from the head of your web site.

WordPress always includes links to the RSS and ATOM feeds by default — but sometimes, you just don’t want them.

Maybe your site doesn’t have a feed, such as a static brochure site.
Maybe you don’t want people using RSS or ATOM to follow the site on a reader, but instead you want them to come directly to the site.
Or maybe you just want to remove every extra character in the code for speed reasons.

For us, it was all three of the above! But we couldn’t find a good solution, other than going in and editing directly the templates — which we try to avoid.

The solution? We built the “Remove Feed Links” plugin which does precisely what you expect: it removes the links, in the HTML the user sees, to the RSS and ATOM feeds that WordPress includes by default.

The plugin Remove Feed Links does that by removing post, comments, and/or extra (category, tags, author) feeds from the head of your site.

The installation and use is very straightforward. You should:

1. Upload the folder `remove-feed-links` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory
2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

As of version 1.0, you can choose between 3 options which feed links do you want to remove. You can remove:
1. Comments feed links;
2. Posts feed links;
3. Extra Feed links: category, tag, search page, author page feed.

If you have any suggestions, please let us know! You can contact us via https://www.wpsos.io/.

WordPress Plugin: Keyword Landing Page Generator

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Keyword Landing Page Generator allows you to have one landing page, with different versions (at different URLs) depending on the keyword — so you can show each visitor a customized version of the landing page!

It’s a common problem of marketers that you’d like to show different versions of a landing page to a user according to what they are looking for — one for people looking for a “cheap” product, one for people looking for the product delivered “fast,” and one for people looking for a “high quality” version of the product, for example. Or if you want to have separate pages for people searching for red, green, or blue versions of your product. The possibilities are endless!

Until now, the only solution was to create hundreds of different landing pages — not only is this very time-consuming but, if you want to update them, it turns into a nightmare!

The solution? The Keyword Landing Page Generator. This premium plugin lets you have one landing page, but actually have three (or three-thousand!) unique pages on WordPress to drive traffic to, each one customized for that target market.

Each page has a unique URL that is SEO friendly and very easy to modify, individually or all at once. You could have Google-friendly URLs such as: /intro/cheap/ and /intro/fast/ and /intro/high-quality/ in the above example — and an unlimited number. The pages displayed would be the same to all – except at the points in which you define, where the headline text or image or any other component or components (as few or as many as you like) would change according to the rules, definitions, and text you’ve defined in the easy-to-use plugin configuration.

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WordPress Plugin: Stop Gravity Forms From Disappearing

Stop Gravity Forms From Disappearing is a simple plugin for ensuring that Gravity Forms never disappear.

The plugin solves the problem of Gravity Forms just not displaying on your page.

It’s a common issue with Gravity Forms: all is configured, everything is ready, the form published… but it doesn’t appear on the page. It’s just blank.

Note that this issue is most likely caused in case your used theme or another plugin is causing a JavaScript error, and the best way to resolve this issue is to fix the JavaScript errors. (See the comments below to see what Gravity Form’s suggestion is to fix the issue.)

Stop Gravity Forms From Disappearing forces the form to be displayed.

The installation and use is very straightforward. You should:

1. Upload the folder ‘stop-gravity-forms-from-disappearing’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

If you have any suggestions, please let us know! You can contact us via https://www.wpsos.io/.

WordPress Plugin: Square Bracket Hack Prevention

The Square Bracket Hack Prevention plugin prevents a simple but very common exploit of WordPress, by adding in a .htaccess rule preventing hackers from adding a “[” to the URL.

A common attempt at a WPSOS exploit is to add a “[” to a URL, which can often break a site and expose an ability to inject code. This plugin stops it by banning all attempts at adding a “[” to the URL. It does so via adding code to the .htaccess file.

Additionally, upon the uninstallation of the plugin, the line is removed. And if the .htaccess file is not editable, then the admin user is warned.

The installation and use is very straightforward. You should:

1. Upload the folder `square-bracket-hack-prevention` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory
2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

If you have any suggestions, please let us know! You can contact us via http://wpsos.io/.

WordPress Plugin: Unblock CSS & JS for Googlebot

Unblock CSS & JS for Googlebot plugin allows Googlebot to access the JavaScript and CSS files.

Google periodically sends to webmasters warnings that their JavaScript .js files and their CSS stylesheets are blocked – even when the webmasters have never explicitly done so. In fact, it is estimated that 85% of all users of Google webmaster tools have received such a warning.

Unblock CSS & JS for Googlebot solves this problem for you — and no configuration is needed. Just install and activate the plugin.

How does it work? It just adds in three lines to your robots.txt file to ensure the Google spider can get through.

You don’t want it anymore? Just uninstall and the added lines will be removed.

The installation and use is very straightforward. You should:

1. Upload the folder `allow-googlebot` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory
2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

If you have any suggestions, please let us know! You can contact us via http://wpsos.io/.

WordPress Plugin: Automatic Copyright Year

Automatic Copyright Year seeks to solve a common problem: keeping your copyright year up-to-date.

It’s a problem all of us had: on January 1st every year, we need to go through every one of our websites and update all the footers. And when we see other people’s sites that, in the footer, say, “(c) 1998” then suddenly it’s revealed how out-of-date the site is.

With Automatic Copyright Year, this problem will never happen to you!

Instead of going through every site you have each year on the 1st of January and change the year manually, now it will all be done seamlessy for you. Just install the Automatic Copyright Year plugin and voila: your sites will always have an up-to-date copyright.

The installation and use is very straightforward. You should:

1. Upload the folder `automatic-copyright-year` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory
2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
3. Add ‘<span>[wpsos_year]</span>’ to a widget or to anywhere inside the html footer element

As of version 1.0, there is no need to modify any options. The plugin will go through the content of your widgets and the html footer tag and replace <span>[wpsos_year]</span> with the current year number.

If you have any suggestions, please let us know! You can contact us via http://wpsos.io/.

WordPress Plugin: Add or Remove Www

The WordPress plugin Add or Remove Www seeks to solve a common problem: preventing redirects from a www- version to a non-www version of a site — or vice-versa.

Add or Remove Www lets you easily configure your WordPress site to always (or never) use the www. subdomain in all links of the posts and pages.

It’s common that you’ll create a content link or include an image, linking to http://YourSiteNameHereForExample.com/imageExample.jpg — but your server then redirects that to http://www.YourSiteNameHereForExample.com/imageExample.jpg . That adds in an extra server request and delay to the user.

Instead of going through every image and link, one by one, making sure they’re all consistent, Add or Remove Www changes the links.

Note: the version 1.0 does NOT change all the previously existing URLs, it affects all the content and image URLs that are saved/modified after saving activating the plugin and choosing the suitable option.

We plan on adding more options to be edited — if you have any other suggestions, please let us know! You can contact us via https://www.wpsos.io.

The installation and use is very straightforward. You should:

1. Upload the folder `add-or-remove-www` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory
2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
3. From the ‘Settings’ menu, there should be a new option, called ‘Add Or Remove Www’

As of version 1.0, you can choose between two options: using the URLs with or without www. The option affects all the post and page URLs, including image URLs.
Note: the version 1.0 does NOT change all the previously existing URLs, it affects all the content and image URLs that are saved/modified after saving the option.