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The WordPress Plugin-Checker is a software package from Earth People, a web developer from Gamla Stan in Stockholm, Sweden. It can find out which plugins are available on almost every WordPress page. Unfortunately this utility does not show all plugins it recognizes. Instead, it looks like one of the plugins Earth People created is already in place, along with the 50 most beloved plugins.
Although an empty index.php is present to avoid visitor seeing a list of directories in the plugins section, the plug-in checkser found that the site uses five of the most common plugins. Whilst the plug-in checking is a proper utility, I would find it more useful to list all the plugins used on a website.
There is no need to hyperlink to them in the WordPress.org plug-in-repository because I could find them myself. I can see, however, how this could lead to data protection problems, although there would be no way to get codes from the plugins mentioned.
There are 16 free alternative WordPress plugins for Plugin Performance Profiler (P3).
When you look at the rating chart (both 5-star ratings and 1-star ratings) last months, the plug-in received six to seven 1-star ratings compared to one to two 5-star ratings, which is alaring. In addition, the plug-in has not been upgraded for more than 2 years.
In addition, the plug-in does not fully understand PHP 7, as the topic writer has specified in - GitHub Issue, WordPress threadsupport. Now we will find an alternate to the plug-in performance profiler (P3), which has quite similar functionality. Alternatively to the PPP3 plug-in it should have these or at least some of these features.
When it is over 100, you may have a problem with your design and/or plugins. Garbage Collector plugins scan your WordPress databases and display the spreadsheets outside the WordPress kernel install. Several WordPress plugins build and use their own databases. After deactivating and deleting the plug-in, these spreadsheets often remain in your data base.
So if your blogs are more than 1 tag old, you probably have some plugins trash in your WordPress databank. You can use this plug-in to verify your data base and determine whether it is healthy or not. Additional column additions to the WordPress kernel table could also be displayed.
It performs a series of tests on your WordPress installation to identify frequent setup bugs and known problems. It' currently checking your PHP and MySQL version, WordPress supports manual has instructions with this bug fixing plug-in on the WordPress page, you can try the manual here - Troubleshooting by Checking Your Wellbeing.
Troubleshoot Mode" is the healthy checking plug-in and is indispensable if you are trying to find the cause of a problem, since in most cases any problem you have is created by your design or one of your plugins (or maybe even several plugins that interact badly with each other), overall a good alternate to using it.
³This plug-in verifies whether your host is using a current or not.
Allows you to see if your PHP application is still on your system and is still being updated. plug-in updates: These plugins verify that all your plugins are up to date. Plugins inactive: Thereby it is ensured that you do not have any plugins to use.
Administrator username: This verification will ensure that you do not have a login with the administrator name on your website. Plug-ins are no longer supported: These plugins verify that you have plugins that are no longer used by the developers. plug-ins with known vulnerabilities: Checking your plugins to see if you have any plugins with a known issue that has not been resolved.
It will check if all your designs are up to date. SSL: Verifies that you have SSL on your website. Verifies that your website has turned off the Files-Editor. When you are a programmer, this plug-in can be integrated into the RESTAPI. This plug-in will test your website for WordPress Inspector, check your WordPress for quickness, SOE, security issues and power, and find defective plugins and topics that might influence your WordPress performances.
It' easy to find out which plugins and their scripts/styles take up exactly that amount of your precious CPU space, along with the run times, the amount of RAM you're using, I think it's all very useful. So if you really want to get down low on the hook on WordPress features and find out what features do exactly what, then this plug-in is the best choice, a very good alternate to the 3plugin.
Queries Monitor has some enhanced functions that are not available in other Debugging plugins, among which AJAX call and REST APl request Debugging, redirection and the possibility to restrict outputs by plug-in or topic. Queries makes it much simpler to find out which plugins use hook that need more loading times.
Filters query by components or caller features makes it simple to see which plugins, topics, or features perform the most (or slowest) query. Answering an authentified WordPress REST-API ((2 or later) query contains various types of de-bugging information in the header as long as the authentified users have authorization to display Query Monitor outputs.
Recognizes some useful information about the state of your website, such as the number of running transitions and autoloads, and then easily shows it using the WordPress Dashboard. It allows the plug-in to get this information from our remote application programming interface (API) and compares it with the information on your servers. WorldP HealthCheck is a very useful tools for the management of transitory tags that makes my website and my databases slower, and also check the clutter that plugins could do to your blogs when they get old and with lots of dates, WP HealthCheck excels in this area.
While not much of a 3P plug-in alternate, this plug-in can show you requests that take place on the actual page and the amount of elapsed amount of loading it. Might work in scenario like - you could be installing the Social Share plug-in for your postings and can use this plug-in to gauge how many requests take recently added plugin(s).
Many WordPress plugin programmers have forgotten the power of plugin creation. That means that many of them upload self-scripts/styles on every contribution and/or page of your website. That' not good because it will slow down your website. WP Asset Management lets you select which script and style should be uploaded to the page and which should not.
Example - With the Kontaktformular 7 plug-in you can deactivate it with two mouse clicks anywhere except on your contacts page. It has useful functionality from other obsolete plugins such as - Asset Queue Manager, WP Asset CleanUp (Page Speed Optimizer), Clearfy - Disable useless feature, wp disable, Disabler, Admin Tweaks and combines them in one.
The use of this plug-in means that you have an investment advisor on Stereo. No sound P2P3 plug-in alternatives, but the advantages might be useful in some cases. Performs all types of php and qSQL CPU tests with the display of graphs. A few people have found useful working cases with this plug-in, such as - why the website is so sluggish, compare your web site's speed, your web site's processor and response time to the latest install, do a small yardstick on your web site's speed, compare your web site's speed to that of the latest version of your web site's web site's PHP engine and web site's web site's MySQL engine, do a small yardstick on php/mysql, locate your web site's problems.
When your plugins cause MySQL problems, this is the plug-in you should use. Fix WordPress flaws; Accelerate your searching engines optimization; Fix the errors of another plug-in; Make your WordPress simpler, more comfortable and quicker. Some useful features from other plugins - We have used some useful features from plugins WP Asset CleanUp (Gonzales), Bikes from Falbar, wp disabled, simple update managers, Disabler, Admin Bar Disabler, Cerber Security & Antispam, Admin Tweaks, Autoptimize, Fast Velocity Minify, Minify HTML, Hummingbird Page Optimization, WP Super Minify.
Displays all WordPress Word documents in a SunBurst circle diagram. The diagram can be found under Tools -> Disk Usage, it displays all your WordPress setup file (core/themes/plugins/database) at once. Convenient for finding the largest file in your WordPress install. We were all there - something broke on your website.
You' ve been asking for help on the web what to do and you' ve come across the common sense - disable all your plugins and then reactivate them one by one by reviewing your site for the issue after each re-enable. Detective Plugin will help you to fix problems on your website quickly and simply to find the cause of a trouble.
As soon as the perpetrator has been found, the plug-in can be quickly disabled. Even if your page has the dead man's monitor, you can repair it (fatal error). You will want Detective plug-in already in place, so if your website goes down due to a dispute or a poor plug-in upgrade, you can get it up and running quickly!
Possibility to validate plugins: Check plug-in can recognize indefinite features and method in your plug-in. Check works as a WordPress plug-in when it' s added to the wp-content/plugins directory of your blogs, or as a stand-alone app when it' s added to your servers. In addition, you can change this plug-in from the WordPress Administration page to stand-alone while continuing to use the WordPress authentification mechanisms and your databases.
Hopefully you will find this is a useful listing of plugins, each of these plugins has something to provide as an alternate to the PH3 plug-in, and I think you can now find the power of WordPress plugins easier. Have we missed any plug-ins?