14 Most Used WordPress Cross-browser Plugins

  • Google Maps Widget

    Displays a single-image super-fast loading Google map in a widget. A larger map with all the usual features is available on click in a lightbox.

  • Google Map

    Huge-IT Google Map. One more perfect tool from Huge-IT. Improved Google Map, where we have our special contribution.

  • Google Maps

    Huge-IT Google Maps. One more perfect tool from Huge-IT. Improved Google Maps, where we have our special contribution.

  • WP Splash Page

    Add a fully customizable splash page for your WordPress site, it's simple and easy to use.

  • EsAudioPlayer

    This is a simple, cross-browser, accessible audio player (MP3 player) plugin.

  • Sexy Login

    Simple and cool login widget for your WordPress! AJAX, support SSL, show avatar, profile button, register and lost password forms...

  • Google Map

    Google Map plugin will help to embed Google Custom Map in Posts, Pages as shortcode and sidebar as widget.

  • Slick Google Map

    A simple and intuitive, yet elegant and fully documented Google map plugin that installs as a widget and a short code.

  • Usersnap

    Improve your Wordpress website with screenshots, bug reports and visual feedback from Usersnap. Usersnap helps you to get visual feedback from your us

  • WEN's IE CSS3 Support

    Automatically adds CSS3 support for border-radius, box-shadow, linear-gradient and transitions effects to your website/blog in IE old versions (IE7 +

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  • PressPlay Lite

    PressPlay Lite automatically adds a play button along side any MP3 link.

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  • Welcome Announcement

    Displays a welcome announcement to your visitors. Shows it over a transparent veil with appearance effects. Format: Flash /static HTML.

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  • HERE Maps

    With HERE Maps you can easily add places and addresses into your Wordpress posts or pages.

  • Nokia Maps & Places

    With Nokia Maps & Places plugin you can easily add places and addresses into your Wordpress posts or pages.

Let us know below in the comments if we missed any cross-browser plugins in our list.

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