Now any best WordPress plugins list will probably differ in that the author will have preferences based on the kind of sites he has. With the help of a few plugins, it’s entirely possible to keep WordPress users out of the dashboard and put everything they need on the front-end. I’ve put together a list of plugins that will help you for your wordpress front-end.
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1. DJD Site Post
Add a (responsive) form to your site to write a post without having to go into the admin section. It allows for ‘anonymous’ or ‘guest’ posting (not logged in users).
2. Frontend Checklist
With Frontend Checklist, you can create HTML or PDF-Checklists for your visitors. The status of the HTML-Checklists can be saved via Cookie.
3. Disable Admin Bar and ToolBar
disable wordpress admin bar and toolbar for all users on frontend and backend with new unified coding.
4. Frontend Uploader
This plugin is a simple way for users to submit content to your site. The plugin uses shortcodes to let you add submission forms to your posts and pages.
5. Frontier Post
WordPress Frontier Post Plugin enables simple full featured management of standard posts from frontend for all user roles.
6. Social Articles
This is the only BuddyPress plugin that let you to create posts from your profile. It supports all buddypres themes, so you don’t need to be an expert to use it!
7. WP User Frontend
Gives ability to the user to create new post, edit post, edit profile from site frontend. So users doesn’t need to enter the admin panel.
8. User Frontend
This plugin restricts the access to the admin panel and provides register, profile, login and logout features inside of the theme. This plugin is multisite-ready.
9. bbPress String Swap
In bbPress 2.2+, change Forums Archive Title (forums main page), some Breadcrumbs arguments, User Role display names plus a few other Forums Strings.
10. Quick Post Management
Quick Post Management adds the following links visible to editors at the top/bottom of every page/post enabling one-click quick shortcuts.
11. WordPress Font Size
This plugin does one thing: adds the HTML, JS, and CSS to the page (minified, of course) to add a font size adjust to the top right of the viewport.
With this you can expose any databas table or custom data as arrays to the frontend of your WordPress pages and posts.
13. WordPress Front-end Editor
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