This website uses the WordPress as content management system.

The Theme is based on “WP Bootstrap Starter” with some self-made modifications.
Additionally this blog currently uses following plugins:

List of all installed plugins. Inactive plugins will be stroke through.
Nr.
Plugin
Version
Description

1

3.3.3

Plugin to allow the Media Manager to add files from the webservers filesystem. Note: All files are copied to the uploads directory.

By Dion Hulse.

2

4.1.5

Used by millions, Akismet is quite possibly the best way in the world to protect your blog from spam. It keeps your site protected even while you sleep. To get started: activate the Akismet plugin and then go to your Akismet Settings page to set up your API key.

By Automattic.

3

1.5

Enables the WordPress classic editor and the old-style Edit Post screen with TinyMCE, Meta Boxes, etc. Supports the older plugins that extend this screen.

By WordPress Contributors.

4

Debug

1.9

Debug your blog, wordpress site and multisite with Soninow. Debug is a development/production tool, that's help you to remove bugs from your wordpress website.

By SoniNow Team.

5

0.6

Displays your current server space usage in your Dashboard and as funky Pie Chart. It also shows your Database usage. Nice!

By Jay Versluis.

6

8.5

Bring the power of the WordPress.com cloud to your self-hosted WordPress. Jetpack enables you to connect your blog to a WordPress.com account to use the powerful features normally only available to WordPress.com users.

By Automattic.

7

0.9

Widget to display categories. Made for bootstrap 4. Based on WP Categories Widget by MR Web Solution http://www.mrwebsolution.in/ (http://raghunathgurjar.wordpress.com)

By MrWunderbar.

8

1.0

Bootstrap and Popper

By MrWunderbar.

9

3.5.1

Allows WordPress admin users the ability to add custom CSS and JavaScript directly to individual Post, Pages or custom post types.

By unFocus Projects.

10

2.4

Display beautifully clean, customizable, and responsive Instagram feeds.

By Smash Balloon.

11

2.2

This plugin makes your standard HTML tables sortable. For more details, check plugin's docs.

By Farhan Noor.

12

1.6.2.3

Allows your site to use common javascript libraries from Google's AJAX Libraries CDN, rather than from WordPress's own copies.

By Jason Penney.

13

0.7.0

Create amazing HTML5 charts easily in WordPress. A flexible and lightweight WordPress chart plugin including 6 customizable chart types (line, bar, pie, radar, polar area and doughnut types) as well as a fallback to provide support for older IE. Incorporates the fantastic chart.js script : http://www.chartjs.org/

By WebFactory Ltd.

14

2.3.3

On-demand backup of your WordPress database. Navigate to Tools → Backup to get started.

By Austin Matzko.

15

0.7

Import posts, pages, comments, custom fields, categories, tags and more from a WordPress export file.

By wordpressdotorg.

16

WordPress to Hugo Exporter

1.3

Exports WordPress posts, pages, and options as YAML files parsable by Hugo

By Benjamin J. Balter.

17

3.0.19

WP-Optimize makes your site fast and efficient. It cleans the database, compresses images and caches pages. Fast sites attract more traffic and users.

By David Anderson, Ruhani Rabin, Team Updraft.

18

2.1.0

WordPress PHP Console powered by PsySH

By Edi Amin.

19

2.2

Shows all installed plugins with a signle shortcode. [pluginlist] to show all, [pluginlist show="active"] to show only activated plugins and [pluginlist show="inactive"] to show all inactive plugins.

By H.-Peter Pfeufer.

20

1.7.1

Very fast caching plugin for WordPress.

By Automattic.


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