Get to know Managed WordPress plugins

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Pre-installed plugins for easy entry

Managed WordPress offers you a number of pre-installed plugins, which have been tested for performance and security by our experts and compiled for you. With these plugins you can present images, socialize, optimize your website for search engines and much more. Here is an overview of the most important ones:

TinyMCE Advanced

TinyMCE Advanced allows you to customize the editor for your needs, giving you quick access to frequently used options. You can both remove unnecessary elements for you and add new ones to make your work with the editor as pleasant as possible.

Recommended for website type: Photos, Blog, Private, Business

TinyMCE

NextGen Gallery

With NextGen Gallery you present photos on your website in interactive picture galleries with Responsive Design. The plugin optimizes the size of your images automatically, fades in a watermark if necessary and offers you different layouts, slideshows, lightbox effects for your galleries.

Recommended for website type: Photos

Regenerate Thumbnails

With Regenerate Thumbnails you can update the size of the post images of your articles in just a few steps. If you change your theme, it can happen that the sizes of your post images are no longer correct. Regenerate Thumbnails helps you in this case to adjust all images simultaneously and automatically by clicking Tool > Rain. Click Thumbnails > Regenerate All Thumbnails.

Recommended for website type: Blog, Private, Business
Compatible Plugins: NextGen Gallery

acismet

With acismet Protect your website from spam comments. The plugin compares reader comments on your website with the Akismet web service and evaluates comments based on spam protection rules. If a comment is classified as spam, it will not appear on the website, but you can manually release it.

Caution: The plugin uses and stores various data such as IP address, comment name and much more information on servers in the USA. Data protectors see violations in collecting data without the consent of the user and criticize for the reason of this plugin. We therefore recommend that you activate the additional plugin Akismet Privacy Policies in order to comply with the basic data protection regulation.

Recommended for website type: Blog, Private, Business
Compatible plugins: Akismet Privacy Policies

Akismet Privacy Policies

With Akismet Privacy Policies, you add a note to the comment form on your website regarding the use of the Akismet plugin. If you use Akismet, you should definitely activate Akismet Privacy Policies. In this way you inform your visitors about the use of their data and are on the safe side in terms of data protection.

Recommended for website type: Blog, Private, Business
Compatible Plugins: Akismet

Akismet Private Policies

Contact Form 7

Contact Form 7 makes it easy to create contact forms on your website. Visitors can use these to contact you if they have questions or suggestions. You can drag and drop fields like reCaptcha, options, checkboxes, drop-down menus or a quiz to add and customize your contact form to your liking.

Recommended for website type: Photos, Blog, Private, Business

Contact Form 7

Shariff of heise

With Shariff, you embed privacy-friendly social media buttons from the c't team on your website. You can make various settings for the alignment of the buttons and decide whether they should be displayed vertically or horizontally. You also determine in which design they should appear on your website.

Recommended for website type: Blog, Company

Shariff

WF Cookie Consent

WF Cookie Consent enables you to display cookie notices on your website. If you use AdSense and DoubleClick and your website is also accessed outside Germany, you should inform your visitors about data use. The reason for this is that the basic data protection regulation provides for a concrete reference to the use of cookies.

Recommended for website type: Photos, Blog, Private, Business

Yoast SEO

With WP SEO from Yoast you can optimize the search engine suitability of your website and obtain higher visitor numbers through better ratings. Using a traffic light system, the plugin shows you meta elements, keywords, the length of posts and your title that need to be optimized in order to be found even better in search engines.

Recommended for website type: Photos, Blog, Private, Business
Compatible plugins: Google Analytics by Yoast, WP Piwik

YoastSEO

Google Analysitcs by Yoast

Yoast's Google Analytics gives you accurate analysis of user behavior on your website. Among other things, Google Analytics provides you with data on visitor numbers, the success of your activity in social media and the popularity of individual articles and pages. This allows you to optimize badly visited pages and make them even more visitor-friendly.

Important: If you use Google Analytics, you should absolutely display cookie notices for data protection reasons. We recommend WF Cookie Consent.

Recommended for website type: Blog, Company
Compatible plugins: Yoast SEO, WP Piwik

WP Piwik

With WP-Piwik you create analyses of the usage behaviour of your website. The plugin is an open-source alternative to Google Analytics for experienced users, which allows you to conduct web analytics on visitor numbers, the success of your social media activity and the popularity of individual articles and pages.

Piwik supports different server modes:

The self-hosted mode (HTTP API, default) is a default setting and connects to Piwik via http(s). This variant works in most configurations. If your WordPress and your self-hosted piwik run on the same server and you know the full server path of your piwik installation, you should use the Self-hosted (PHP API) setting. If you are using Piwik Pro, you can simply use the In the Cloud (Piwik Pro) setting.

Recommended for website type: Photos, Blog, Private, Business
Compatible plugins: Google Analytics by Yoast, Google Analytics

WP Piwik

This article was published on 24 Oct 2018 by sebastian.zientek as part of the topic Managed WordPress .