4 Mandatory WordPress plugins part 3

4 Mandatory WordPress plugins part 3

I would like to present 4 Mandatory WordPress plugins part 3, that should be installed by each user. A detailed description of each of them below.

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In any case, the purpose of each plugin is to automate certain elements of the page, so it’s good to sit down and do it right. In the following articles I will try to provide more plugins, but …

 

Let’s get to the point.

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Disqus

A plugin that allows us to implement a fairly popular comments section in the blog replacing standard wordpress comments. The advantage of this plugin is the fact that it is used by many websites, also after a single registration on the plugin page we can comment on entries on many pages without re-registration.

Polylang

Plug-in that allows you to create multilingual websites. It allows you to translate each element on the page into other languages.

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Contact Form 7

One of the basic plug-ins on the site. Allows you to create a contact form that is automatically sent to the author of the page.

Autoptimize

A plugin that allows us to optimize the HTML page code as well as CSS and JS. Thanks to that the page loads faster, without much interference in the code. The plugin should be cleaned from time to time because it takes up disk space on our hosting.
You can automate this, so you do not do it manually, enter the functions of the theme (functions.php) and add a short code there, which will do it automatically after exceeding 256mb cache.

# Automatically clear autoptimizeCache if it goes beyond 256MB
if (class_exists(‘autoptimizeCache’)) {
$myMaxSize = 256000; # You may change this value to lower like 100000 for 100MB if you have limited server space
$statArr=autoptimizeCache::stats();
$cacheSize=round($statArr[1]/1024);

if ($cacheSize>$myMaxSize){
autoptimizeCache::clearall();
header(“Refresh:0”); # Refresh the page so that autoptimize can create new cache files and it does breaks the page after clearall.
}
}

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