Premium plugins usually come with stipulations that have future implications for how much you pay for them, and if you don’t keep track, they can come back and surprise you.
This comprehensive list includes plugins to fight hackers, kill spam, protect logins, as well as saving backups. All of these plugins are highly rated and regularly updated, and best of all, they’re free.
Here are my suggestions for free WordPress plugins to start using on any theme, with tips on how to configure them. And the best part – they are all free!
WordPress page builders are tools that people either love or hate. These plugins allow average mortals to create attractive pages without resorting to code. If so, here are the top page builders available in the free, freemium, and pro categories, and listed in that order.
Users of Visual Composer had rude awakenings in the last couple of weeks after updating WordPress to Version 4.5. They found the popular page building plugin they’d been using suddenly didn’t work with the new, improved WordPress.
I love playing with images on my sites and have messed around with lots of tools. So here, for your perusal, is a list of plugins that I find essential to posting photos.