WordPress Forms Plugin With File Upload

The database is the source of information that makes it possible for your WordPress website to function. It is where all the data that makes up your WordPress website is stored.

This data includes posts, pages, comments, settings, spam, media, tags, as well as users’ personal data. Of course, this includes a fair bit of old stuff that is no longer needed. The database keeps all your content and data in rows, columns, and tables.

To keep your WordPress site running smoothly, you need to manage and maintain your database, to clean and optimize it. You can do this by accessing your database directly, but this can be a lot of work and is risky—it’s easy to make a mistake and damage your WordPress site. A better way is to interact with your database using database plugins.

WordPress Form plugin With Database

These plugins allow you to back up your database before you make any changes, so that you won’t lose anything should your website go down.

  1. Free: UpdraftPlus
    UpdraftPlus
    UpdraftPlus
    This free plugin comes highly recommended as a basic backup solution that can satisfy most needs and users.

To learn how to install and configure it, read Adi’s tutorial or check out the video. You’ll learn how to install and configure the UpdraftPlus backup plugin for backing up a WordPress database and website.

How to Backup Your WordPress Site

Adi Purdila
15 Mar 2021

  1. Super Backup and Clone: Migrate for WordPress
    Super Backup & Clone – Migrate for WordPress
    The Super Backup and Clone plugin is a trustworthy backup solution that allows you to back up your WordPress database and all your WordPress and non-WordPress files immediately to your own cloud, or to the same server, for safe-keeping and easy restoration.

You can choose your backup schedule—hourly, daily, or weekly—and it will do everything automatically. You have access to the backup logs, so you can keep track of what’s going on.

In addition, you can run a straight cloud migration from multisite to multisite, multisite to single site, and single site to multisite.

This versatile plugin links to cloud destinations like Google Drive, Amazon S3, OneDrive, Dropbox, Rackspace, and more.

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WordPress Database Builder and Manager Plugins

  1. Database for Contact Form 7
    Database for Contact Form 7
    Database for Contact Form 7 allows you to save all submitted forms from Contact Form 7 to a database. This database is displayed in the Contact > Database menu. You can export all the submitted data, including column data, to CSV.

Some features of this powerful WordPress database plugin include:

easy to change tag name
drag and drop to sort columns
enable or disable columns
easy to export email data to CSV for marketing
display submitted data for each form

  1. eForm Easy SQL
    eForm Easy SQL – Submission to DB & Revision Control
    eForm Easy SQL is an addon for the eForm—WordPress Form Builder plugin. It allows you to directly export submissions to a dedicated database table on the go.

Some notable features of this eForm add-on include:

record directly to a database table as submissions occur
keep revisions of user submission updates
option to limit total number of records to be kept in the database
browse and search through submissions directly from administrator area
export the database to an XLSX file on the go

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  1. WP Contacts: Contact Management Plugin
    WP Contacts – Contact Management Plugin

Your contacts database requires smooth managing. This plugin allows you to manage, share, log and track your contacts from the front-end of WordPress on a dedicated page of your choice. You can track your contacts with events and statistics. Detailed logging gives you information on every change to your database.

Manage your Database with ease, share leads with a team, or tailor your customer data while providing straightforward login capabilities. Customize user roles and access, and even limit access to specific fields.

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