WordPress plugins are the cherry on top that makes the work of developers much easier with custom fitted features and benefits that can relieve you of major coding, something that every developer wants
The plugin integrates with WordPress’ default menu system to provide an impressive array of customization options. Themes, jQuery animations, custom themes, menu icons… and the whole thing is responsive.
Basically, it allows you to edit all of WordPress’ options in one place, the way you might directly in the database. This means you have all kinds of control, but you could also potentially break your WordPress install. It’s a powerful tool, and not to be used lightly.
use cPanel E-mail Manager to connect your WordPress install to your server’s web mail. No, that doesn’t mean you can read your e-mail from WordPress, but you can create and manage the web mail accounts for each user. The free version of cPanel E-Mail Manager is somewhat limited, though still perfectly useful
ElasticPress isn’t a plug ‘n’ play solution, but it’s quite powerful, and probably worth the effort for good site search. It’s designed to replace the default WordPress search function by integrating with a third-party API.
Postmatic encourages community engagement by allowing users to subscribe to individual comment feeds, and better yet, reply to comments via e-mail. Said replies get posted as regular comments on your site.