To easily turn on and off some settings that often is done with hooks, hacks or filters in WordPress.
Turn off Gutenberg
To turn off the default editor and use classic instead.
Turn off new Widgets
To use classic widgets instead of the new.
Turn off comments
For turning off the comments, both the fronten and in admin. Does not delete old comments.
Select a page to redirect to after logging in. Admins will still redirect to wp-admin.
Titles on pages
Filter the_title -function to not show a title if there is a H1 in content. The Idea is that if you have a large image or other stuff that you want above the title, you just add a H1 where you want it and the automatic one will not be shown.
Admin toolbar in frontend
Does not show the toolbar in fronted.
Redirect all emails to admin to ensure that customers or users get no emails.
Probably mostly used for development and testing.
Turn off xmlrpc.php xmlrpc is used to communicate with WP and is mostly not used, but it is a way for haxxor type people to attack your site.
If WooCommerce is active on the site, you can choose to redirect to Checkout after “add to cart”, so skipping the cart-part.
Get the WordPress customizer back
In themes like the Twentytwentytwo it’s really hard to find the link to the customizer. This adds it under Appearance, …where he belongs!