Remove entirely or just deactivate a plugin?
Last Updated: July 15, 2017
We are constantly being warned to keep plugins to a minimum on our sites. I see that some plugins need to be used only rarely and then deactivated, such as WP Optimize. Is simply deactivating a plugin enough or does it need to be completely uninstalled from the website dashboard? My question is really this, does having several deactivated plugins present on the dashboard slow down the site loading time? Aren't deactivated plugins just ignored? Thanks for the help.
If it is possible, what steps are necessary? Do you just remove the AIO SEO plugin and start over with Yoast SEO? Do pages and posts remain the same?
- These images are labeled CC0 Public Domain and then state "Free for commercial use" and "link referral required." Is a blog that is not selling anything considered "commer
Google search engine versus Bing search engine
Last Updated: May 1, 2017
My website is about 'Understanding Horses.' Weeks ago, as I was beginning as a newbie, I noted on my Home page that I was going to write a blog about the time in 1958 that I rode Snowman (the horse in the movie on Netflix and in a somewhat bestselling book on Amazon). I have not written the blog yet (learning Kyle's lessons takes me a lot of time!). My website, www.horseswithJoan.com, is very much still a work-in-progress and definitely needs more work. Google has it ranked around page 12 or so
I may be missing a discussion or two listed here, but I can't find anything less than a year old concerning Backup plugins for a website. Some of the discussions are dated 2015