There are thousands of WordPress Plugins out on the market. WordPress Plugins has several different functions. Some plugins help speed up your website while others help indexing your content quicker. Whatever the reason, WordPress Plugins are here to stay. Most plugins are easy to install, navigate and configure. I would try to avoid overloading your backend wordpress dashboard with several WordPress plugins.
Certain plugins will require some configurations and often can be used with short codes, however other plugins are fairly simple with the plug and play approach. No matter the complexity of all plugins, they will require updating. Plugins maybe required to update twice or maybe several times a week.
How To Manually Update Your WordPress Plugins?
If manually updating your plugins is a time comsuming issue. There is another option, go into your dashboard. Go to appearance section and click on editor. On the theme’s functions.php file or a site-specific plugin. There you can copy and paste this code and save.
This filter tells WordPress automatic updater to automatically install plugin updates when they’re available.
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