Discussion in 'Blogging' started by enovator, Apr 20, 2019.
All-in-One WP Migration for sure + elementor
Since you probably got a lot of good plugin ideas here, here is my advice. Use a little plugins as possible. Don't bloat your website with unnecessary plugins. I do use 3 or 4 plugins almost always. Including caching plugins, image optimization, the classic editor, woocommerce (when needed). But I try to avoid plugins. Beside that it adds bloat, they can be a security risk if the plugin wasn't built correct or hasn't been updated in a while.
For me it's DIVI for fastest theme building.
WP Rocket for most user friendly optimization.
WP Fastest Cache for caching.
Wordfence for secury.
CiviCRM, Jitsi-meet for WP. I use others mentioned, but for overall value added, these have been the ones that give my site the most "Value Added" features out of the box.
I am using,
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Haha here have the lot of plugins suggestions great it's useful for me, but am using yoast and disable comment.
Really Simple SSL
Agreed. I love Elementor, but it's really easy to keep adding Elementor Add-On plugins that really slow your site down.
If you use Elementor as your page builder, try to just use the core Pro plugin and not buy a bunch of ultimate addons, unless there is some amazing functionality that you desperately need.
To optimize images for free (and a lot of more good features), try Clearfy.
My must have plugins depends on the site but I would say these ones are always:
WP Rocket (for now the best caching plugin in my opinion)
Yoast Premium (again, for now is the one that works best for me)
Clearfy (image optimizations for free and several other interesting features)
Google XML Sitemaps
All in one Seo
Some new ones nobody else has listed:
BJ Lazy Load
Hide Comment Author Link
Leverage Browser Caching
Merge + Minify + Refresh
Open external links in a new window
Reduce Bounce Rate
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