Do You Want To See Some Of The Best Plugins For Wordpress In 2018? In This Wordpress Video, Ill share a list of some of the best plugins i have used and found for wordpress. The wordpress plugins range from push notifications to page builder plugins which are really helpful and essential for most wordpress websites out there. Below are some links directly to the wordpress plugins:
1. OneSignal Plugin - (Push Notification Plugin)
2. IceGram Plugin - (Popup Notifications)
3.All in One Wp Migration - (Backup Plugin)
4. Really Simple SSL ( GreenPadlock Plugin)
5.Wp Fastest Cache - ( Caching Plugin)
6. WPS Hide Login ( Hides Wp-Admin)
7. WP Smush ( Reduces Image Sizes)
8.Tidio Live Chat (Live Chat Plugin)
9.Yoast Seo (Indexes Your Wordpress Website)
10. FaceBook Messenger - ( Grants FaceBook Integration)
Elementor - Best Free Page Builder For Wordpress
WooCommerce- Best eCommerce Platform For Wordpress
Wordfence - Best Security Plugin For Wordpress
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Hey Darrel i have seen ur video and its awesome. I was searching for a plugin which can create a poll in my website. While i was using democracy poll plugin its free and cool. But there is so many limitations like it can not be link with social networking or how some one who give a vite can put their details. So can u suggest if any free cool poll or quiz plugin. Thanks
Great Video! Very useful! What about creating a video tutorial about how to protect your website? Not just using some plugins as hide wp admin, because I realized that is not hidden 100% if you install social media login! :(
Great video man, a question on Yoast though; Have you noticed that it slows down your site? I mean Yoast is like a bloated mess. You don't need Yoast to index your site or to do anything really. Do you see a big difference with it? Cus I never did, but maybe I used it wrong (free version)
wow. wordpress "development" is still bandaid over bandaid. the ssl plugin is beyond dumb. just try to understand how ssl works and find out potential issues (with any ops guy, or hosting support). just putting on third party stuff in an attempt to get ssl working is beyond insecure.
wp-cache is also meh. use cloudflare or any proper cdn provider if you have any site in production that is beyond hobby scope. as soon as you deal massive hits, the caching will blow the fuse on your low budget hosting solution.
this is so much overhead of features that provide no real value and just completely wreck your loading time. good luck keeping users, especially on mobile.
looks the screen before the 3 essential plugin looks like the cluttered windows desktop of a 80 year old.
All of these are really good. I personally use WP Fastest Cache, and WP Smush. However I personally use All In One SEO Pack. You know since It has a more simpler feel than Yoast SEO. And I have experience with SEO. I just fill in the blanks and do the rest myself. You should also take a look at a couple more plugins that I think will lead into 2019 though. https://how-to-seo-website.com/blog/5-best-seo-plugins-for-wordpress-in-2019/
Hey Darrel, thanks for the tutorial! I am going to use 3 of the plugins you mentioned. I do have several question?
1. I got the typing effect, but Im confused on how I plug in the effect? It says "If you want to use the shortcode directly in a theme or template file, copy and paste the code below." that's where I'm confused and cant find exactly where I paste the code?
Also, I'm using the Twenty Seventeen theme, so would that be a problem? I have most of website done, I just want to add this to the title I have already?
2. For fastest cache, which boxes do I select to start up the plugin? Do I select all boxes available ?
I'm looking on your YouTube page to see if you have a separate tutorial on this plugin.
Thanks for the list. Interesting that instead of common plugins you have an emphasis on marketing/communication with website visitors.
I tried Fastest Cache last week, has to be said that in the free version does not include anywhere near as much as W3 Total Cache. https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/w3-total-cache/
I've found the following plugins to be essential to creating a solid Wordpress install :)
Hi Darrel! Thank you for the video. I'm creating my website now and your video is really helpful. But it will be also nice, if you make a video about cryptopayment methods for WordPress ecommerce websites
I also cant find it. Some troubles with web page. I'm trying another service now - Elegro.io. I'm really happy with it. Downloaded the plugin on wordpress web page withput any problems. Elegro payment processing is so easy in use and they offer nice conditions
I’ve been using tawk.to for chat. It hasn’t been updated for a while but I don’t have any problems with it. Has 100,000+ installs with high ratings. You can even hire an agent to monitor it for you if you want. I don’t, but pretty unique that you can. Has a bunch of Addons too.
Hello sir. Thank you very much for this video. I need a little help. I need to know which plugin can be used or good for Custom login registration for WooCommerce. I am hoping to hear from you soon.
Hi Darrel, great info.thanks for sharing. I need your advice if u know a recomended plugin for video calls through wordpress to a user who need to recieve the call autimatically without any operation from his side? Thanks again
hi you should check consolety, it's a WordPress Plugin that matching your blog posts with other users in the network of consolety based on title's, tags categories and language. Meaning acquiring backlinks based on your published blog posts all done for you by the consolety network. you can find it in your wordpress section simply by searching for the name consolety. please reply any feedback
C'mon ma'an! Wordfence is a resource ho DW! Even after Ithemes was bought out - still preferred to Bloated WF, but to each his/her own. Using Security Shield, much tighter code wise and no PlugIn conflicts...so far. use Elementor Pro and GeneratePress Premium (page builder & theme)
Great tips Darrel! BIG UPS man! Half of these I can't believe I didn't know about WOW (and I just installed WPS Hide Login on my 3 main sites and def going to link up the FB messenger chat box/contact and yes Elementor is INDEED a #gamechanger! with Jet Elements and the butter smooth multi-layered parallax #RUKiddingMe #MONEY100!! it is ALL about the mobile WOW factor on scroll experience and what I've made priority #1 for three years #TheWebStylist)
Must Have WordPress Plugins 2018. Whether you run a self-hosted WordPress website for business or personal purposes, you’re going to want to have the latest and greatest plugins out there to ensure that your site is performing optimally and giving visitors what exactly they’re looking for.
I have found that Kraken compresses files better than WP Smush... on average I can compress 50-70% of file size... How does the WP migration work (compatibility wise) with Godaddy? I have been using Duplicator for some time, but it's not compatible with GD...
Great list mate. I sometimes forget to check out whats happening in the world of plugins so this really helps. Going to use some or all of these on my sites. Especially like the FB Live Chat plugin. Going to have a good dig into that one today. Cheers!
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