Plugins I consider essential to (nearly) every site, and routinely install.
You can paste images directly into a post or page while editing — but the resulting filename in your media library is completely random. Here’s a plugin to let you specify the filename as you paste.
To save time, I’ve created a list of the plugins I install when creating an author website, which you can install in a single step… Read More »Quick Install of My “Essential” Plugins
I made a new thing — a plugin to turn off featured image display in all single WordPress pages and posts, for use with themes that display them stupidly.
This provides an essential function that really should be baked into WordPress. When you click to enlarge an image, a modern, professional site doesn’t navigate away from the current page to do that.
Your website needs a way for people to get in touch with you (or at least with your representative, if you’re too much a bigshot… Read More »Plugin review: Contact Form 7 vs. WPForms Lite
It’s necessary to make automatic backups of your site. Many hosting providers will do this for you automatically and keep a few recent version on… Read More »Plugin review: UpdraftPlus WordPress Backup and Restoration