Sends the correct HTTP headers to the client
This handy tool checks if you have GZIP compression enabled, and makes it possible to turn on GZIP compression.
Force http/https for resources, depending on the scheme you use.
Forces every single page/post to go over HTTPS.
This plugin will block users from accessing your site via proxy services and auto-correct the ip address of the user.
Create custom 401 and 403 error pages with any WordPress theme without writing a single line of code, set it up and forget it.
Adds a powerful download manager including file categories, downloads counter, widgets, sorted file lists and more to your WordPress blog.
A simple plugin to sent "304 If Modified Since HTTP Header" to the web crawlers, so that they only fetch your site when something updated.
Strictly System Check is a plugin that periodically checks your site checking your database and server and reporting if any problems are found.
A simple plugin that allows you to identify which pages should have HTTPS enforced. All other pages will have HTTP enforced.
Quickly and easily password protect a site to keep it from the prying eyes of google.
Forces your entire site to ALWAYS use HTTPS
Forces the front end of your WordPress site to HTTP when you only want the Admin over HTTPS
This plugin dynamically creates pages & page templates for the most common error codes/statuses and updates your HTACCESS file as required to work
Add some Zen by GitHub to your WordPress website
Embed remote content into a post or page using a shortcode. Easily select and replace DOM elements.
The easiest way to get the HTTP/HTTPS version of any URL.
This plugin contains easy-to-use API that uses WP HTTP API to make a request to GitHub API v3 resources.
Redirects all HTTPS traffic to HTTP, except for specific exceptions
WordPress HTTPS is intended to be an all-in-one solution to using SSL on WordPress sites.
Set up and manage an HTTP 301/302 Redirect from the URL of any post type to another URL, either on your site or externally.
This plugin determines if the request will cause a 404 HTTP error and redirects to the page defined in the plugin options.
Makes variables and values globally accessible from everywhere. Better handling of $_GET and $_POST. Session data management.
This plugin allows your WordPress blog to output pages compressed in gzip format if a browser supports compression. HTTP compression generally mean
Add Headers and footers to you blog or blog content or insert Http headers into the site.
Protect WordPress blogs from fake traffic by redirecting suspicious visitors away from your blog.
Better HTTP Redirects makes your Blog's redirects to play more nicely the HTTP standards.
Check to see if the page has the "force_ssl" meta tag, if it does it will send the user to the SSL side. It will also make sure to load any
Normalize URLs makes WordPress to play more nicely regarding URLs in HTTP Requests.