Running a community is not an easy job. You need to make sure everything runs smoothly, and you have a great experience to offer your visitors. There are some important plugins every WordPress user needs to have inorder to maintain high security and privacy to their WordPress website. Here is a list of some free best privacy WordPress plugins that all WordPress blogs should have.
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1. WP Mail Bank – PHPMailer & SMTP Mailer
WP Mail Bank reconfigures the PHPMailer and make it more enhanced with advanced smtp settings options. This plugin reconfigures the wp_mail() function nd make it more enhanced to use SMTP instead of mail() with various options available.
2. Wordfence Security
Wordfence starts by checking if your site is already infected. We do a deep server-side scan of your source code comparing it to the Official WordPress repository for core, themes and plugins. Then Wordfence secures your site and makes it up to 50 times faster.
3. Register Plus Redux
Register Plus Redux enables the user registration (or signup) process to be customized in many ways, big and small. Replace WordPress logo with your own logo on registration and login page. Keep new users in a queue to be verified by an Administrator.
4. SendinBlue Subscribe Form And WP SMTP
SendinBlue Subscribe Form And WP SMTP lets you easily send emails from your WordPress blog using SendinBlue SMTP and easily add a subscribe form to your site. You can easily add a subscribe widget and all the contacts are sent to the proper list in your SendinBlue account.
5. Easy WP SMTP
Easy WP SMTP allows you to configure and send all outgoing emails via a SMTP server. This will prevent your emails from going into the junk/spam folder of the recipients.
6. Cookie Notice
7. More Privacy Options
Mulitsite Network Admin can set an override on site privacy at “Network Visibility Selector” on Network Settings page. Network Admin receives an email when blog privacy changes.
8. Press Permit Core
Press Permit is an advanced content permissions system. It is derived from Role Scoper, but with extensive improvements in versatility, performance and user-friendliness.
9. BuddyPress Avatar Bubble
Ajax calls save your bandwidth and time spent on waiting. So if you want your users can easily get information about themselves on a fly – use CD BP Avatar Bubble.