WordPress is a free and open-source tool and a content management system(CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system. WordPress was used by more than 23.3% of the top 10 million websites as of January 2015. WordPress is the most popular blogging system in use on the at more than 60 million websites.
The advantage of wordpress is its extendibility using plugins.There are a lot of plugins for various purpose.You can do anything in WordPress by using this plugins.Here is a list of WordPress Plugins for Adding Interactivity and Content Personalization.
1. Image Hotspotter
Image Hotspotter allows its users to create hover hotspots on images that trigger various types of content to pop up next to the cursor. It could be a detail shot, help text, a separate image altogether, or even custom html. All of which is fully responsive and requires no coding skills.
Similar to the above plugin, Draw Attention is all about highlighting various parts of an image with colorful hotspots that reveal more information. This version is free and especially good for schematics, maps, or anything else where you actually want the hotspot itself to be highlighted and not simply a trigger for other content.
inSite is a really simple way to add previously complex content personalization to your WordPress website. This plugin uses trigger points (such as time, location, scrolling, and more) to initiate a change in content (such as a welcome bar, an opt-in form, a video, and more).
This kind of personalization opens up a lot of possibilities; especially for non-coders looking for powerful solutions. There are a lot of beautiful controls on the backend for making significant edits and customizations to pre-made inSites that are a lot like creating modules in Divi.
As impressive as this plugin appears right now, its actually still just in beta. When I spoke to the creators, they had some big ideas about its future that have got me excited too.
Password Protect has been around for a while but still serves a valuable function–hiding defined bits of content behind a password. This is especially convenient for those who want to share a page or post with a select group or individual without having to deal with a full membership or content restriction system.
Social Marketing is similar. It allows you to hide content behind a “social paywall” where a like or share unlocks it. Or if you don’t want to force the issue, you can simply make sharing an incentive by having it attached to a freebie or discount.
6.OnePress Social Locker
OnePress Social Locker is precisely the same concept as the plugin above, only free and with a different design aesthetic. In the right circumstances it can be extremely useful for building buzz around a post, product, or page.
WP-ShowHide allows you to embed content within a post or page via WordPress Shortcode API and then toggle its visibility through a link, such as “show content”.
8.Show/Hide Content at Set Time
You can use Show/Hide Content at a Set Time to do the exact same thing as the plugin above. However, this plugin takes advantage of a time trigger to indicate when content should appear or disappear; once, or on a recurring basis.