Adds various security headers into your blog to appease checkers and possibly improve SEO.
Exactly as its titled; enables WordPress SVG support,
disabled, WP Toolkit detects security issues
SVG Support has more advanced features, such as defence against XSS and Injection attacks.
A really simple [spoiler]hide this[/spoiler] plugin.
A simple footnotes plugin which uses the
Great, but abandoned and so I'll have to look for a replacment.
A simple plugin to detect if a browser is mobile and switch themes accordingly.
Protects against XSS and Injection attacks; although be sure to enable that in configuration and remove the exclusion for Administrator and Editor roles.
As this is offered by my host, I let it get installed.
While I had some issues with caching and BlogText.. they ended up just going away.
NOT RECOMMENDED .. because it I wasn't able to easily remove it from my site once it had its claws in it.
Make your own URL shortener. e.g. for the owner of example.com links can be shortened like so:
Impressively simple and easy to use. I chose it because it has one single very small script.
A PHP commandline helper for WordPress stuff and things.
Abandoned - closed per author's request, deleted from personal website.