Why add plugins?
What are the plugins?
Meta Tags Manager is a simple, lightweight plugin which allows you to add custom meta tags to your site
BackupBuddy is the original WordPress backup plugin that you can install on any self-hosted WordPress site. When BackupBuddy runs a backup of your site, you can download a zip file of the entire site, so your backups files are always yours.
Code Snippets is an easy, clean and simple way to add code snippets to your site. It removes the need to add custom snippets to your theme’s functions.php file.
Delete Multiple Themes By HappyPlugins
Many times you want to delete multiple themes at once without using your FTP program (which may take a lot of time depending on the FTP software). The “Delete Multiple Themes” plugin will enable you to do just that.
* This plugin is obsolete, but I kept a copy of it because it is so important. You can get the copy by this link.
iThemes Security (formerly Better WP Security) gives you over 30+ ways to secure and protect your WordPress site. On average, 30,000 new websites are hacked each day.
To password protect your entire website so that only certain people can view it. It allows anyone you give a password to view your password-protected categories site, without registering them as a user.
Extends and enhances the block editor (Gutenberg) and the classic editor (TinyMCE).
Modify WordPress wp-config.php file values using a Simple Form. Additionally, it now supports modifying wide System parameters
WP File Manager provides you the ability to edit, delete, upload, download, copy and paste files and folders.
Yoast SEO is one of the most widely popular WordPress plugins around and it’s easy to understand why.
A lightweight plugin that protects email addresses from email-harvesting robots, by encoding them into decimal…
Import posts, pages, comments, custom fields, categories, tags and more from a WordPress export file.