When talking about websites, a “specific feature” is nothing but a “tool” you may want to include in your website, in order to get a good (and profitable) interaction between you and your visitors. We call them “widgets” or in some cases “plugins”. The typical examples are the “call me now” buttons or the “join our newsletter” buttons. Technically, we can add “everything and more”. Let us show you some of the typical widgets that should be included in a website.

Media gallery

Regardless of whether you are a restaurant, a bed and breakfast, an artist, an agency or a space station, you will need to include one or more media galleries which can show photos, videos or audio tracks. Media galleries are the most effective way to show your productions, your beautiful facility/space? or just yourself “in action”

Call to action

What about capturing your “potential” customers by “call to action” buttons? Just one click, and you’ll hear your telephone ringing or get notified about a new email. Your website shouldn’t be a simple window with people just passing by. It should attract people like a magnet, improve your business, create new contacts or promote your activity.


Make your visitors intrigued by a portfolio gallery, a testimonial carousel and feedback buttons. Let your customers be your enthusiastic promoters and help you gain a good reputation.

Pop UP

If you are a restaurant, let your customers choose their favorite dishes with a “pop up” menu list. Update the menu list yourself or manage the table reservation with ease.

Socials media

Create a connection to your social media pages with Integration Plugins. Don’t work for technology. Let technology do the job for you (and relax).


A blog is simply a place where you publish your post, articles, photos. If you are a traveler, a photographer, a journalist or an Indian Guru, you might need a blog, in order to keep your “adherents” updated about what you are up to. You can also link your blog with your social media pages.


Rather than collecting “likes and followers” on a social media page, you might collect emails from your visitors and put them in a list. By connecting your website with services like Mail Chimp, you’ll be able to send newsletters to your fans. Mail Chimp has also a free plan with some interesting options. More than enough to begin with.