"You can even decide how big the box is," said Nimo Tsabari, software developer. "Decide how many you want. Twenty in a row, no problem. Stacked? No problem. You create the boxes when and where you want them."
The program allows a user to control box color and shading, add background images, icons and set borders too.
"A modular design with boxes makes a post appear to have a lot of information, but segmented for easy reading. A person's eye is naturally draw to images. By putting a border around something, creating a box in other words, it appears to be an image," said Kelly Fitzsimmons, director of marketing for omniWP.
Mr. Fitzsimmons noted in his blog about Boxify that boxes reduce the bounce rate and retain readers longer. http://www.byoob.com/reduce-bounce-rate/
"The trick is to use the boxes for short, quick and simple things. Don't make it complicated. Use bullet points and easy-to-understand images," he said.
Boxify gives a user the ability to:
• Divide and organize a page
• Create as many boxes as needed
• Add pattern and texture to boxes
• Precisely space and place boxes
• Import and export boxes for use in other posts
"Boxify uses shortcode to make boxes. If you can use WordPress, then a few minutes experimenting with Boxify will see you making boxes exactly where and how you want them," Tsabari said.
The plugin may be downloaded at http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/boxify/ . For a primer on using the plugin, visit http://omniwp.com/plugins/boxify-a-wordpress-plugin/ .
For more information about omniWP.com's other WordPress plugins, please visit the website.
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Nimo Tsabari, Software Developer
Kelly Fitzsimmons, Director of Marketing