WordPress is packed with plenty of features and add-ons that it isn’t surprising why it’s currently one of the leading blogging platforms out there. You can use different WordPress plugins to help create a unique and tailor-fit experience for your readers, while allowing you to maintain your site easier. What’s more is that you can also use WordPress for a very important thing – help you make money or monetize your blog. This post lists several free WordPress header plugins that you can use to monetize your blog. You’ll find both free and premium plugins, but the list below focuses on the free ones. So if you aren’t using a header plugin for your WordPress blog, check out the ones listed below to help you make money out of your blog.
What’s great about the Unique Headers plugin for WordPress is that this plugin allows you to create custom headers on different pages, posts, or categories in your blog. You won’t be stuck with just one header for your entire site.
If you’ve always wanted to include your header and footer in the log in page, the WP Custom Login plugin will help you with just that. This plugin will allow you to change the design; just head on to wp-custom-login.css which is in your theme directory to do so.
With the Admin Menus Fixed plugin, the Admin Drop Down Menu, the WordPress Toolbar, plus the Standard Admin Menu Fixed will be fixed to the Top of the Admin Screens.
The Cimy Header Image Rotator, as its name suggests, shows an image that rotates automatically depending on the settings you’ve chosen. You can choose the rotations from a second to a day, and there are also intermediate settings you can play with.
With the Hide Admin Icons plugin, you can hide the admin page title icons as well as the navigation menu icons. You can still view the menu icons when you have the menu in its collapsed state.
If you want a fancy-looking header, then the Fancy Header Slider plugin is a must. This plugin will allow you to create a header gallery that you can display on your blog.
With the Gallery Stacked Slideshow plugin, you can create a stacked slideshow for your blog’s header. If you click on it, the current image will go back to the default image while it changes from one image to the other.
The Header and Footer plugin does more than just let you add HTML codes to the header and footer section of your blog!
10. Easy Banners
This particular plugin can be added to your WordPress site via shortcodes, or you can insert it into file templates so that the plugin will run on each page of your website.
11. Head Cleaner
With the Banner Effect Header plugin, you can change the default header image by using HTML5 as well as Flash banners.
13. Header Slideshow
The WP Display Header plugin allows you to display a specific header image for every post, page, custom post page, as well as the archive page, using your default headers as well as custom headers.
15. Header Watermark
The Header Watermark plugin allows you to control the header images on your WordPress site.
Using the Header Image Slider plugin, you can build a slider using your header images. You can also use this plugin to remove any of the images you’ve uploaded for your header through the Header options page.
This particular plugin will enable you to have a custom header for all the other pages of your website and you can still have custom headers which display on specific pages of your website.
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