One of the biggest advantages of WordPress is its vast directory of plugins. With thousands of plugins to choose from, you can customize your WordPress site and add new features with minimal coding and cost.
Unfortunately, plugins are also the Achilles heel of WordPress. Outdated plugins and vulnerabilities continue to be the number one way that WordPress sites get hacked. The more plugins you have installed on your site, the more maintenance will be required – and the greater the risk of problems from theme breaks, plugin incompatibility, and site errors.
Whether you are a WordPress developer or site …read more