WordPress is solely based on the MySql database, all your files, images, and posts are saved in your server database by WordPress. Though WordPress itself manages all the daunting tasks of creating, editing, and deleting databases for all your files, sometimes you need to optimize those databases to make them work better and faster.

Today, I came up with the list of WordPress plugins that will put you in the driver’s seat to get complete control over your WordPress database.

1. Edit any table

This plugin will allow you to connect with any database of your server from the WordPress admin panel. It allows you to search, edit, and create any records from an easy-to-use interface.


2. Contact Form DB

CFDB, contact form DB plugin saves the contact details from submission to WordPress database and provides shortcodes to view and display data in your WordPress pages.

It will automatically capture submission from popular contact form plugins such as Gravity Forms Plugin, Contact Form 7, Fast Secure Contact Form, and JetPack Contact Form plugin.


3. WP Backup

It’s an easy-to-use plugin to backup your whole WordPress site (database) including all your files and posts. There is an option to auto backup your database and get emailed directly to your inbox.

I don’t know which of the plugin you are going to use from this list, but I strongly recommend you install this plugin as it will help you to retrieve your blog if your site has been hacked.


4. WP admin tools

This tool performs some basic SEO optimization in your database table like cleaning up the database, deleting spam, and optimizing it to load faster than before. You’ll get all SEO features along with this plugin.


5. WP Migrate DB

It exports your database as a MySQL data dump (similar to phpMyAdmin), does a find and replace on URLs and file paths, then allow you to save it to your computer.

A perfect plug-in for the people who like to update their local install with fresh data from the live site, or copy the locally developed site to the main server.


6. iThemes Security

iThemes Security (formerly known as WP Security) gives your WordPress database complete 30-way protection from hackers. On average, more than 30k new websites are being hacked daily because of plugin vulnerabilities, weak passwords, or any loopholes.

This plugin will stop automated attacks, fix common loopholes and strengthen the credentials of your WordPress blog.



Author Bio:

This is a guest post by Ron Davis. A freelance blogger and a passionate social media marketer, who is currently working on the site Gravityformsdiscount.org.



Chandra is Science(IT) Graduate & is pursuing his further studies in Science Technology. He is the Founder of Blogging Hits. He loves to write about software's, SEO, Social Media and Technology.
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