Guaranteeing security on your WordPress website is something you should always keep in mind. With many security plugins out there, we want to help you find the better fit for your website. In the past, we’ve already provided you with reviews of the Sucuri and the Wordfence plugins. This time, we’re going to take a […]
Over the past few years, Google has increasingly stressed the importance of HTTPS encryption for websites, going as far as to mark certain HTTP pages as “not secure” if they contain data fields for things such as passwords or credit card information. Non-HTTPS status can also affect a website’s search ranking, and earlier this year,… […]
After the excitement of WordPress 4.9.6 , this week was a bit quieter. Kinsta has a good article on why you should never compete solely on price with your business. And Fred @ WPShout shared his thoughts on the small-business WordPress developer’s code of honor. Other than that, Wordfence highlighted how WordPress.com accounts with weak […]
One of the most pernicious myths about WordPress is that it is vulnerable to hackers. As the most popular Content Management System, running almost 60% of all websites that use a CMS, there will always be some WordPress sites that are no longer actively maintained or whose owners are simply unaware of what they need […]
HTTP/2 is one of the most significant milestones to be introduced in the modern web. This article highlights the current state of HTTP and introduces the core benefits (and some non-technical concepts) of HTTP/2. We’ll also learn how to implement HTTP/2 for WordPress in 2018. A Brief History of HTTP HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer […]
WordPress, as a platform, is more secure than many others. However, there are always vulnerabilities in any service you use. The more popular a platform is, the more likely that people are going to try and crack its defenses. When it comes to WordPress, malware is one of your biggest concerns as it can affect […]
The best thing about attending WordPress meetups is when you chat with someone who has been working with WordPress for only a year or two, and you are able to tell them about a tool that will instantly solve a problem they have been struggling with every day. The look on their face as what […]
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There’s more than one factor that determines whether or not a shopper makes a purchase from your store — product selection, pricing, shipping speed, and so much more. But there’s one major factor that determines whether or not shoppers even make it to your product pages in the first place, and that’s site speed. As […]
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