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Follow these three super simple tips if you want to make sure your new WordPress website is as fast as possible from the get-go!How to Make Your WordPress Website Super Fast with 3 Easy Tips!Read More
Because WordPress is everywhere, it’s a massive target for hackers, scammers and techno-miscreants. Protect your website by following some straightforward techniques.Three Ways to Prevent Your WordPress Getting HackedRead More
WordPress spam blocker
We got sick and tired of contact-form spam and comment spam, so we created an online service and WordPress plugin to help fight it. It integrates with Contact Form 7, WPForms and more.
The plugin is free for small sites, and it’s affordable for bigger sites, agencies and hosting providers.
Elegant and practical WordPress plugins for designers & developers
No Bloat.. No Ads… No Nags…
Each plug-in just does what it’s meant to do
Do one thing, do it well
Rather than overloading each plugin with stuff you’ll never need, we like to keep things simple. Perfection isn’t reached when there’s nothing else to add… Perfection is achieved when there’s nothing more to take away.
All our plugins are should be accessible by web designers as well as full-on developers. That’s why we provide full documentation with explanations of all the settings, as well as copy-and-paste code snippets if you want to extend the functionality yourself.