Top WordPress Plugins For 2018
Although the WordPress directory allows plugin users to give plugins a one to five-star rating, it doesn’t give you the ability to compare plugins side by side. To help you navigate the top plugins of the year, we’ve compiled a list of the top 4 plugins from each category. We’ll help you navigate the directory by providing descriptions, prices, and top features. To help you navigate the top plugins of the year, we’ve compiled a list of the top 4 plugins from each category. We’ll help you navigate the directory by providing descriptions, prices, and top features.
As we reach the last half of 2018, use this white paper to ensure you are using the best plugins on your site. Wondering how we chose these plugins? Earlier this year, Torque’s Plugin Madness gave WordPress users the opportunity to vote for their favorite plugins in their favorite categories. Ultimately, the overall winner of the competition was WPMU Dev’s Smush Image Compression and Optimization. Download the white paper to find out the winners in the other categories.
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Can you explain why Wordfence is mentioned in the white paper, yet it is a plugin that WP engine disallows? Are there any others like that in the article?
Thanks for asking. The plugins mentioned in the whitepaper are this year’s winners of Torques Plugin Madness. Plugins with the largest amount of votes are featured. Although WordFence interferes with our custom caching environment, it was voted as a top plugin by the WordPress community. WordFence is the only plugin in this white paper that is disallowed. Hope this helps!