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With over 30,000 free plugins, you can do almost anything. I recommend about 50 plugins and I usually install about a dozen WordPress plugins by default. Read more about WordPress website security, protection, prevention.
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Managing content across your website includes having consistency for certain terms. This plugin will find and replace terms for you – but be careful and backup before hand. I also recommend using reusable content blocks. Technically, many people use this plugin when moving a website from one domain to another domain, then need to update the domain URL for images and links in posts, across the site.read more
Very popular, it is kept up-to-date and is easy to manage. I add Flamingo plugin to record submits to database and Really Simple CAPTCHA or WP ReCaptcha and Contact Form 7 Honeypot for bot and spam blocking.read more
Sucuri Security has many features, which I’m still exploring. This plugin can scan for malware. The free version will only scan the front end of your website, if you want it to scan the back end of your site, you will need to pay for an account. I’ve recently used it to harden (make more secure) WordPress folders, check for vulnerabilities and re-download all plugins which originate from the WordPress plugin library. Read up on other WordPress security related plugins and strategies.read more
WordPress Plugin Name: Plugin Author: WordPress profile: Contributors: Version: Last updated: () Compatibility (latest version): (of votes) Tested up to (WP version): WP Download count: Rating: (out of 5) Description | Screenshots | Other notes | Latest Change | Tags | + Jason’s comments Description Checks plugins for deprecated WordPress functions, known security vulnerabilities and some unsafe PHP functions. See the WordPress plugin library description of Plugin Inspector Screenshots: Other notes: Latest Change log entry: Tags: + Jason’s Comments Always good to make sure your WordPress website is healthy – a quick check up today could prevent headaches tomorrow. Read up on other WordPress security related plugins and strategies.read more
Always good to make sure your WordPress website is healthy – a quick check up today could prevent headaches tomorrow. Read up on other WordPress security related plugins and strategies.read more
Simple – just activate for smooth transitions to all on page links and a scroll to top button lower right.read more
I recommend upgrading to The Custom Facebook Feed Pro for more features: post images, likes, shares and comments. If you don’t need custom feed, I recommend a Simple Facebook Like Box.read more
This plugin superseeds the earlier version Easy Modal. First create a theme layout, but then it’s easy to the create pop-ups.read more
I have switched to an alternative Search and Replace plugin which gives more details of the search result.read more
I use this plugin to integrate with Contact Form 7, giving people the option to subscribe to the Mailchimp mail-list, when filling out a form. If you have more than one list and more than one CF7 form, you need to read Knowlegde Base for Mailchimp plugin to know how to assign the sign up checkbox for a specific mail-list.read more
Google have provided a new style of anti bot check box – “No Captcha” – just click a button. I use this plugin to integrate “No Captcha” for the login forms, post comments and for Contact Form 7 (replaces Really Simple CAPTCHA).read more
These widgets work in any widget area – created by Site Origin which makes a Page Builder.read more
Page Builder by Site Origin makes content layout so easy. Add various blocks or widgets into your page. An easy responsive solution for managing page content. Check out Site Origin Widget Bundle too. A simple theme to use with this plugin is SiteOrigin’s Vantage theme. I can provide installation, setup and premium upgrade for SiteOrigin Vantage Theme and Page Builder. Contact me. Check out some other Page Builders made especially for certain themes, such as Themify and Elegantthemes.read more
I prefer the floating format provided by this particular AddThis plugin. The responsive layout places the follow and share at the bottom when viewed in a narrow browser. For an alternative social plugin, try the fast loading Social Media Feather plugin.read more