WooDojo Plugin for WordPress is a brand new plugin created by Woo Themes.
WooDojo works with any WordPress theme by adding additional functions to enhance your WordPress installation.
Note: You don’t need to use this plugin with a Woo theme
Some of the new features include:
- A new, rewritten version of Sidebar Management, which allows you to override default widgetized spaces on any posts, pages, categories, tags etc.
- Custom login branding for WordPress
- Social Widgets & our popular WooTabs widget
There are other features included in WooDojo which you can play around with once you download and install the plugin.
WooDojo is a bit like the Jetpack plugin which includes multiple functions within the same plugin however you only need to activate the features you need on your site.
Features Bundled with WooDojo
Another classic WooDojo feature, WooDojo – ShortLinks automatically generates short URLs for your posts, using your URL shortening service of choice
WooDojo Login Branding
Another classic WooDojo feature, WooDojo – Login Branding automatically rebrands your Login screen with a custom logo.
The popular WooDojo – Tabs widget, classically placed within your website’s main widgetized area.
WooDojo Custom Code
The WooDojo Custom Code feature adds the facility to easy add custom CSS code to your website, as well as custom HTML code in the <head> section or before the </body> tag.
WooDojo Social Widgets
A collection of widgets to connect to your online social profiles.
Woo Plugins Included in WooDojo
Customise your theme’s widget areas in context. WooSidebars adds functionality to change the widgets displayed in a specified widget area according to a context (a page, a category or search results, for example). More Information →
WooCommerce is a powerful, extendable eCommerce plugin that helps you sell anything. Beautifully. More Information →
Click here to read more about the WooDojo bundled features.
Woo plans on releasing more features and modules for WooDojo in the next few weeks
Phil Simon says
I didn’t see WooDojo in WP under ‘add new plugin.’
Brad Dalton says
I think this is because they provide support from their own site rather than WordPress.org’s site.