Plug-ins are useful WordPress extensions for adding functionality to your platform without having to code. However, some of these plugins are better than others and do a good job. If you want to install plug-ins on your server and are having trouble deciding, here are a few examples that will help you.
W3 Total Cache
This is a completely free plug-in that reduces the loading time of your server pages and thus keeps your visitors happy. The w3 Total Cache produces static HTML pages which guarantees a relatively short loading time and improves the performance of your pages. You can find more explanations from this source.
With this plug-in, it is possible to compress and combine CSS and JS files. It is compatible with mobile devices and multi-site networks.
Broken Link Chercker
Dysfunctional links are not only annoying, they can also cause problems for search engines. Since it is not possible to manually check all links on web projects, the Broken Link Chercker allows you to manage all links on your server. The Broken Link Chercker regularly and automatically checks both internal and external links on your site. After each check, it reports links that do not work and the administrator takes care of deactivating them. This plug-in also detects incorrect redirects and missing images.
Yet Another Related Post Plugin
Provides a function to add links to other articles on your pages that may be of interest to users. This helps to keep visitors on your website by offering them other interesting content. This extension requires basic knowledge of CSS. It is easy to use, but very resource-intensive for large projects.