WordPress has the superpower of extensibility that helped it become the most commonly used content management system in the world. The concept of themes and plugins made WordPress an extremely popular framework to work with, and working with WordPress caused it to have tens of thousands of themes and plugins to use.
But with great power comes great responsibility, according to Uncle Ben. You can’t use more than one theme (for most of the time), but you can use an unlimited number of plugins in a single WordPress installation. And that can decrease the performance—but not necessarily every time. In this tutorial, I’m going to help you make use of WordPress plugins without giving up on performance.