With the Restricted Site Access plugin, you can restrict public access to WordPress and only allow access for registered visitors or certain IP addresses. Visitors without access can choose to see a certain page, message or login screen or are forwarded to another URL.
With the WP Migrate DB plugin you can move your WordPress database in just a few steps and migrate all your content to another website. The plugin is particularly suitable for developers to exchange data between staging and live websites.
With the Two-Factor plugin you can increase the login security of your WordPress website with two-factor authentication. This means that unauthorized persons can no longer gain access to your WordPress account so easily, even with knowledge of the login data.
For long-term adjustments and updates, you should put your WordPress website in maintenance mode so that visitors do not see an incorrect page. There are a number of plugins for WordPress maintenance mode. I present my favorites in this post.
With Custom Color Palette, I published my latest plugin on WordPress.org last week, which I would now like to introduce in a short article. With the plugin you can easily create your own color palette for Gutenberg in the customizer.
With the WP First Letter Avatar plug-in, you can display the first letter of the commentator as a colored avatar image. The plugin is a data protection compliant alternative to Gravatar and spices up your WordPress comments with colorful avatars.