5 Best WordPress Database Plugins


1. W3 Total Cache

The W3 Total Cache plugin focuses on your WordPress site’s performance optimization. It is designed to improve your page speed and user experience by increasing server performance, reducing load times, and integrating your content delivery network.

2. UpdraftPlus

Designed as a quick restore plugin with file and database backup, Updraft will automatically backup your WordPress site on schedule. Large scale sites can be split into multiple archives with the ability to select specific files for backup. All backups are encrypted with the ability to access them directly from your WordPress dashboard.

3. DB Toolkit

The DB Toolkit allows you to create additional CMS and Database applications on your WordPress site. From building capture forms, reports, image galleries, booking systems, and any other data based application you want. This plugin allows you to generate an endless range of content, easily manageable on its own interface and controlled by your back end. Export data and connect to your data by API.

4. WP MediaTagger

MediaTagger includes all the tools necessary to categorize your WordPress media based on defined tag or category. This straightforward process is easy to use and offers transparent integration.

5. Database Peek

Database Peek was designed for any site owner that needs to just preview the pure contents of their WordPress site database. A user friendly plugin that allows you to display the tables of your database and show detailed information by row. Locate specific data and browse the various entities in the database. Overview pages include clickable links to no SQL is required.

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