1. Leo

    hmm, this comes with an issue of perhaps having too many plugins. I’ve spoken to WP Engine and the other managed hosts, and most recommend about 10 to 15 plugins, not 80 to 90 (no matter how well coded they are)

    The issue with having too many plugins is when you try to access wp-admin/plugins.php. Everything either hangs, or you get a 502 ping time out error.

    Plus some plugins might end up with having just too many database queries! :( Is there a way to streamline this?


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  3. Rouven Hurling

    They’re not supposed to be a Plugin forever. Once they are tested and working solution they get implemented into Core, so you wont have any of these Plugins in your WP Install if you don’t install them yourself


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