This plugin lets you remove some of the default headers, tags and classes that WordPress inserts into your template by default.
Head Meta Data adds a complete set of <meta> tags to the <head> section of all posts & pages.
Triagis® Security Evaluation is a simple lite-weight plugin to analyze your current WordPress installation, server for security vulnerabilities.
Add a settings page in WP admin where you can place code for wp_head and wp_footer
Tweak the performance and automated settings of your WordPress wsite by checking or unchecking the numerous options on the settings page.
WP Scripts Customizer allows to enter scripts you would like output to head and footer of your WordPress theme page via WordPress Theme customizer.
Head Meta Date adds a set of date <meta> tags to the <head> section of all posts & pages. This is a fork from http://wordpress.org/ext
Use Clean up wp_head to remove unused tags in wp_head.
Includes custom HTML/CSS/JS code in the section on every blog in the network.
Jumpstart is a simple plugin that removes clutter within your WordPress header.
This Plugins that makes your site SEO boosting by making your defaut description change everytime you add new post on homepage only. This plugins usef
Add code to the header and footer sections of your site on a page-per-page basis.
Add commonly seen user login links and welcome messages to the meta / utility section of your blog.
Wired Goons Header (WGH) allows you to check and remove what's loaded in the header from plugins, themes and default options.
Changes or removes the generator meta tag to confuse hacking scripts, etc., to provide a small, additional layer of security.
Version: 1.1 Adds Source attribution metatag "original source" introduced by Google to single posts and page header, for Google news publis
This plugin will completely remove the mandatory 'Generator WordPress Header' from your wp head.
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Removes the 'Generator' meta tag from wp_head(), making your blog a little bit safer.
Injects HTML snippets into the header and the footer, to make them persistent across themes (theme-independent).