WordPress website owners and users should always stay updated about any vulnerabilities associated with WordPress plugins before installing, updating, or activating them on their websites.
Please note that Hosted.com will not be held responsible for any vulnerability issues caused by WordPress plugins on your WordPress site. Additionally, Hosted.com cannot guarantee the functionality or speed of your WordPress site due to installed plugins. Although WordPress supports most plugins, there are WordPress plugins that have been found to have some form of vulnerability.
(For a comprehensive list of incompatible plugins, please refer to WordPress Support).
WordPress.com already has a powerful caching solution in place, designed to scale globally without the need for additional intervention. Therefore, installing another caching plugin will not be effective and could potentially lead to unintended detrimental consequences..
The following plugins can interfere with the existing caching system on your site:
- Breeze — WordPress Cache Plugin
- Comet Cache
- Cache Enabler
- Fast Velocity Minify
- Hyper Cache
- JCH Optimize
- Performance Lab
- Powered Cache
- Quick Cache
- Redis Object Cache
- SiteGround Optimizer (known by the slug sg-cachepress)
- W3 Total Cache
- WP Cache
- WP Fastest Cache
- WP Speed of Light
- WP Super Cache
If you are concerned about data loss, you can rely on our daily site backups. You can access them by going to Jetpack → Backups, where you can restore or download a backup of your site from a specific time.
Please note that the following backup plugins are not supported as they can have a negative impact on your site’s performance by using excessive resources:
- Backup Guard
- Backup WD
- Database Backup for WordPress
- SiteGround Migrator
- WP BackItUp Community Edition
- WP DB Backup