SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It is an encryption-based technology to securely exchange of information between a website and visitor. Aside from encrypting the data exchanged, it also ensures the authenticity of a website to your visitors. Millions of websites use SSL for website security. It is an integral element of website security. If you care about site user experience and security, you need SSL — it’s really that
Where do you write your WordPress posts? If you’re writing them in the WordPress Editor from the beginning, I think you’re making things a lot more aggravating than they need to be. Instead, you can write your posts directly in Google Docs to take advantage of its far superior functionality. The only tricky part is then … Read more
Securing WordPress may sound like a topic being fairly covered across the web but, is that really the case? Here’s what I mean; I’ve scrolled through multiple articles featuring tips to secure websites but, rarely found people emphasizing on trying out solutions like removing the WordPress version number. That, in no way, lessen the importance … Read more
How alarming is it to receive an email about an unauthorized login attempt to your WordPress account? Do you even have a WordPress login notification setup? Don’t worry that’s about to change; Daan Tol (owner of WPLift) got in touch with me, and we had a long conversation about WordPress security. Both of us knew that WordPress security is one of the biggest concerns for WPLift visitors. That’s why I have decided to start writing a series about WordPress Security. In this series, I will talk about everything you need to know and more about securing your WordPress website.
Raise your hand if you have customized more than 5 WordPress sites. Keep it raised if it’s more than 10. If I get to 20, and your hand is still raised, then it’s hard for me to imagine that you haven’t used a child theme. Working with child themes is one of the best practices of overriding parent WordPress themes.
We all want more visitors to our website and social media can be a great source of traffic. But how do you go about more getting exposure on the most popular social networks? Well, that’s exactly what we’ll be covering in this article on how to make your WordPress content more shareable on Twitter. By … Read more
Now that there are many established ways to make money with WordPress, and even more options for monetising your blog, it’s understandable that those with the right skills or a popular website might want to hit the road from time to time and work in new surroundings. Also, with the proliferation of smartphones and tablets, getting some work … Read more
WordPress is like a G.I Joe action figure to the kid inside me. It’s like Legos for a toddler and like a “truck that needs fixing” to a 40 something year old Texan. With a straw in his mouth. You see, there are endless possibilities when it comes to WordPress. It is so diverse and … Read more
Each day there are questions posted on WordPress forums about some of the most common issues that new users face. WordPress is easy to install and fun to work with, new users get excited with powerful features offered by many of its plugins and themes. Eventually they come across questions, issues and problems, asked by … Read more