With GD Press Tools Pro you can easily overview all the WordPress tables in the database through Database panel, and to perform basic (but very important) operations on each table: empty, drop, repair and optimize.
For each table you can see all the basic information including size, records, collation and overhead. And depending on the table, you will see different options. Non WordPress tables will have drop option. All tables will have empty. If table has overhead, you will have optimize option. And if table has crashed, you can repair it.
For each table you can see columns structure, by clicking on the plus sign in each table row.
WordPress allows setting an image to be used for admin menu. This can’t never look like the native menu that supports two states (color and monochrome). But, with this plugin you can use great looking Fugue icons.
If you have many custom post types and custom taxonomies in the system created by the GD Custom Posts And Taxonomies Tools Pro plugin, it is recommended to use caching to speed up registration process.
There are many scheduled jobs running in WordPress by default, and many jobs are added by plugins. All these jobs are better known as cron from the Linux scheduling process. But, WordPress offers no control for this.
When creating new post, it is useful to generate terms/tags for it automatically or through some external API that can use context terms extraction. With GD Custom Posts And Taxonomies Tools Pro, you can do exactly that.
Sidebars in WordPress are theme dependent. If you switch from one theme to another you are likely to loose all widgets in those sidebars, if the sidebars use different naming. And this can cause a mess after the switch.
By default, WordPress saves revisions during the editing of posts. And by default, all revisions will be saved no matter how many of them posts ends having. With GD Press Tools Pro you can control saving of revisions.