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.
This seems like a decent service. Their free plan does a good job.
404 pages are hijacked by them, though
A tool to make it ridiculously easy to not just find and edit broken links, but has other features to apply to them, like changing their style.
Recommended by Internet Archive, which is good enough for me.
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.
Turn the widgets functionality back into the old plain text stuff and not whatever this fancy blocks thing is.
An anti-spam plugin.