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    A plugin is a piece of software containing a group of functions that can be added to a WordPress website. They can extend functionality or add new features to your WordPress websites. WordPress plugins are written in the PHP programming language and integrate seamlessly with WordPress

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    WordPress web hosting is the great solution for creation of website or blogs. This is just because of open source, easy to install and operate, customization, maintenance, and user friendly nature. The Benefits of WordPress plugin are:-

    1. Live chat with customers
    2. Creation of booking forms and email
    3. Social media share button
    4. SEO benefit
    5. Security advnatges

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    A plugin is a piece of software containing a group of functions that can be added to a WordPress website

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    wordpress plugins are most precious thing I have ever seen in any CMS its gives Wordpress more power to manage content of website in better way.

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    WordPress has been around since 2003 and is the most popular blogging software on the market. Over the last few years, WordPress has also become the content management software of choice for non-blogging websites. Here are the top 10 reasons why WordPress is so popular and why you might want to consider switching to a WordPress platform for your company’s website.

    Wordpress plugins can be added to a website with just a click of the mouse. You don’t need to hire somebody to get that functionality (quality and looks aside).

    If I had no prior experience coding, Wordpress would have been my first choice for a website because of how many plugins exist, and how easy it is to implement them on a website.

    Sure, if you have experience as a web developer, you know much life myself that there are indeed many consequences which can come to light as well. For example, there are security risks brought to question. Even though there are so many plugins available, MANY have not been maintained or updated. They will likely still work with you website, but also will have neglected to take into account past vulnerabilities addressed by community updates.

    Another issue is that because of how easy it is to add plugins, a website owner might go “plugin hungry” and find themselves with 20, 30 or even more simultaneously being used. The repercussions had from such a cluster-eff will be seen when you cannot figure out what it is that is causing a bug on your website. The more plugins added means the more tedious debugging will be required just to figure out exactly what is causing the issues you are seeing on the front end.

    Plugins are harmless, but start to become more dangerous then helpfful when you look into ecommerce or business situations, where the website has now become a source of income which often pays for the employees at a company. If the site gets compromised, for example, and a result is that google takes notice and removes it from search results… the chances of sustaining a solid revenue stream likely disappear or will be significantly smaller.

    In starup companies, where they use Wordpress and WooCommerce for their ecommerce needs, I find one of the largest problems being how accessible and easy it is for a non-developer to add plugins. A photagrapher for example could fairly easily add some plugin which essentially hooks up their Adobe Lightroom to the website, such that they are spared countless hours organizing photos and adding naming conventions or descriptions for various SEO reasons. They have no idea as to the security problems that are then being added, nor do they have any clue what the implications will be regarding load times for visitors.

    So plugins are a great thing, but they also can be a curse if the people using them have little knowledge as to what is taking place under the hood. For anybody who simply wants to create a personal blog or other site for their various personal projects: go plugin crazy! To any business or commerce site: take caution and proceed carefully!

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