Today, over one-third of all websites use WordPress for infrastructure and content management, making it the world’s most popular site building platform.
It doesn’t matter what design element, user interface module or back end tool you can think of. Thanks to the vibrant community of WordPress developers (it’s open source, after all), there’s probably an existing plugin that can do what you have in mind. And if there isn’t, you can have one built for you.
However, with great choice comes great paralysis. It can be hard to know what WordPress plugins are best for the specifics of your situation. At the time of writing, the WordPress plugin marketplace is home to some 45,312 options, and that’s before we count the thousands of standalone SaaS tools that integrate with WordPress sites from beyond the confines of your host servers.