What are the top 10 WordPress plugins for every website?


What are the top 10 WordPress plugins for every website? I want to know about all important & must have WordPress plugins for every website.

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OwaisYounis 2 years 2019-08-27T12:32:46+00:00 2 Answers 0

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    Top 10 WordPress plugins for every website:

    1. SEOPress Pro – really affordable and the WordPress SEO plugin. Simple yet fast and powerful SEO plugin for WordPress
    2. Swift Performance Pro – some say as good as WPRocket, if not better. Swift Performance Pro is a Innovative, super fast cache, Performance Booster plugin for WordPress.
    3. Elementor / Beaver Builder – the two best WordPress page builders, period.
    4. WPForms Pro – the most user friendly forms plugin in town. Wish we had more advanced dev stuff like Gravity Forms.
    5. iThemes Security Pro – To get rid of the bad boys. Best WordPress security plugin to protect & defend WordPress site
    6. Thrive Leads – Best WordPress Lead Generation Software. Thrive Leads is the list building plugin that’s created by thrivethemes who are obsessed with conversion optimization.
    7. WP Mail SMTP – best SMTP software to work with MailGun. Essential for VPS servers
      Smart Slider 3 – Beautiful Sliders
    8. WP Time Capsule – Powerful backup software with incremental backups and one-click staging
      ManageWP Worker – to manage and keep my clients’ sites updated

    #SEOPress #SwiftPerformance #BeaverBuilder #Elementor

    Best answer

    The first 5 should be security and blocking plugins. So here are my 5 and extra.

    1. Anti-spam: No spam in comments. No captcha.

    2. Two Factor: A prototype extensible core to enable Two-Factor Authentication.
    Works well with Wordfence Two Factor. Why have one when you can have two codes.

    3. Wordfence Security: Wordfence Security – Anti-virus, Firewall and Malware Scan

    4. WP Fastest Cache: The simplest and fastest WP Cache system

    5. Yoast SEO: The first true all-in-one SEO solution for WordPress, including on-page content analysis, XML sitemaps and much more.

    (–Here are some other personal ones.–)

    1. Classic Editor: Enables the WordPress classic editor and the old-style Edit Post.
    Because WordPress Gutenberg sucks.

    2. WP Fluent Form: Quickly and easily create drag-and-drop forms. Because Contact Forum 7 is trash.

    3. Redirection: Manage all your 301 redirects and monitor 404 errors

    4. Smush: Reduce image file sizes, improve performance and boost your SEO using the free WPMU DEV WordPress Smush API.

    5. TinyMCE Advanced: Enables advanced features and plugins in TinyMCE, the visual editor in WordPress.

    6. TinyMCE VisualBlocks: View VisualBlocks in WordPress Visual Editor

    7. WooCommerce: An eCommerce toolkit that helps you sell anything. Beautifully.

    8. WP Mail SMTP: Reconfigures the wp_mail() function to use Gmail/Mailgun/SendGrid/SMTP instead of the default mail() and creates an options page to manage the settings.

    9. WP-Optimize – Clean, Compress, Cache: WP-Optimize makes your site fast and efficient. It cleans the database, compresses images and caches pages. Fast sites attract more traffic and users.

    10. This is personal to my theme Melos (Pro): It’s called: Page Builder by SiteOrigin (ThinkUpThemes compatible) This version comes with the theme and it fully supports the old Classic Editor and will continue to way after it been removed because some of us think Gutenberg is ugly and sucks.
    Original Developer Plugin

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