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PSA: Severe Vulnerability in All Wi-Fi Devices - Wordfence Blog

This is a public service announcement (PSA) from the Wordfence team regarding a security issue that has a wide impact. Today is being called “Black Monday” in many information security circles. We have had a major Wi-Fi vulnerability announced that… Continue Reading →

WordPress Plugins A to Z Episode 328 Photo Tiles, Email Logs, Collages, Front-End Admin Menus It's Episode 328 and we've got plugins for Photo Tiles, Email Logs, Collages, Front-End Admin Menus, Gallery Tools and Wishlists for WooCommerce. It's all coming up on WordPress Plugins A-Z! – WordPress Plugins Podcast – WordPress Plugins A to Z Podcast - WP Plugins A to Z

Episode #328 Photo Tiles, Email Logs #Wordpress #Plugins #Podcast Click To Tweet It’s Episode 328 and we’ve got plugins for Photo Tiles, Email Logs, Collages, Front-End Admin Menus, Gallery Tools and Wishlists for WooCommerce. It’s all coming up on WordPress… Continue Reading →

Some important things to consider when securing your website - GoDaddy Garage

It’s easy to think securing your website is a low priority because it has nothing worth hacking. Even if that’s true — and it probably isn’t — consider a few things. For one, you have a website because you want… Continue Reading →

The Best WordPress Malware Removal Services - WP Warfare

Suffering a website hack on your WordPress site is a frightening experience that can leave you feeling distressed and violated. Although your first reaction may be to panic, the best course of action is to take a deep breath and… Continue Reading →

8 Best WordPress Real Estate Plugins – Reviewed and Compared - Kinsta Blog

Interested in seeing more “Sold” signs with your real estate business? Take a look at your website. If you don’t have one that’s your first problem. If you do, ask yourself if it’s clean, modern and easy to navigate. One big… Continue Reading →

Ultimate Guide to Creating a WordPress Membership Site - WP Beginner

Do you want to create a WordPress membership site? Due to its flexibility and ease of use, WordPress has become the top choice for building a membership website. In this step by step guide, we will show you how to… Continue Reading →

Improvements for roles and capabilities in 4.9 - Make WordPress Core

Here is an overview of the developer facing changes focused on user roles and capabilities for the 4.9 cycle. If you’re interested in more detail, checkout the full list of tickets. New Capabilities Activating and deactivating plugins It is now… Continue Reading →

WP Live Pro Support by MOJO Marketplace – Service Review - WP Kube

Starting your own website or a blog is an exciting adventure, one that can help you find your audience, establish your authority in a certain niche or help you get more clients and customers for your business. However, once your… Continue Reading →

Account Security Improvements in WordPress 4.9 - Make WordPress Core

A few account security enhancements have gone into WordPress 4.9. The intention is to make it more difficult for an attacker to take over a user account or a site by changing the email address associated with the user or… Continue Reading →

8 Steps to Overcome Risks and Threats on WordPress - WP Newsify

Where hacking used to focus on big corporates and the financial services industry, it now seems to be a free-for-all and even smaller websites is feeling the hacker’s wrath. When it comes to themes and plugins, it’s usually based on… Continue Reading →

How does GoDaddy Express Malware Removal work to clean malware? - GoDaddy Garage

Malicious software, also known as malware, is becoming increasingly popular, with an estimated 1 million new malware threats being released every single day. Infecting a website with malware provides a hacker or a cybercriminal access to sensitive data, and can prove… Continue Reading →

120+ Great Cheat Sheets for WordPress, Web Developers and Designers - Code In WP

“Why bother with WordPress cheat sheets?” – you ask. Well, maybe it’s just me, but I find it rather hard to remember all those keyboard shortcuts, function names, arguments, structures and whatnots that all come “with the territory” when you’re doing… Continue Reading →

Weekly WordPress News: WordPress 4.9 Beta 1 Is Here! - WP Lift

The biggest news from this past week is that WordPress 4.9 Beta 1 is out. The new features look pretty cool, and I’m sure you’ll see a more in-depth look from us soon. Beyond that, Fred at WP Shout also… Continue Reading →

10 PHP Tutorials Aspiring WordPress Developers Should Walk Through - Elegant Themes

PHP is the backbone of WordPress (~70% of the source code is in PHP), and that means for aspiring WordPress developers, there’s not much of a choice of what programming language to learn. (JavaScript is really the other major player,… Continue Reading →

Squarespace vs WordPress – Which One is Better? (Pros and Cons) - Kinsta Blog

While WordPress is, by far, the world’s most popular content management system, that doesn’t mean it’s the only way to make a website. In recent years, we’ve seen the rise of beginner-friendly website builders like Squarespace and Wix. In this… Continue Reading →

DIY Website Builder vs WordPress – Their Pros and Cons - WhatsWP

Setting up a website no longer becomes a harsh task for most new users nowadays. After all, you can find a lot of website builders or blogging tools online to start your virtual presence easily. At present, the hottest and… Continue Reading →

How to Close the Deal: A Freelancer’s Proposal and Contract - iThemes

Freelancers love to land new projects. It’s what we do. A good proposal and contract can make it even easier to seal the deal. Too often freelancers do work without a contract (48% of the time). Or they stumble into… Continue Reading →

12.8% of Sites Have Sensitive File Disclosure Vulnerabilities - Wordfence Blog

As you probably know we launched Gravityscan this May. Gravityscan is a security scanner for any website that serves as a great complement to Wordfence. Yesterday we were analyzing aggregate scan result data from Gravityscan, and we noticed data that… Continue Reading →

WordPress Weekly News 038: WordPress Vulnerabilities, Gutenberg 1.4 and more! - WP Blog

In the past few weeks, WordPress saw some security vulnerabilities and famous plugins getting banned. In this week’s WordPress Weekly News, we will talk about Postman SMTP Plugin being removed from the WordPress repository, and Gutenberg 1.4! Postman SMTP Banned… Continue Reading →

3 ways to insert JavaScript into WordPress pages or posts - GoDaddy Garage

Editor’s note: This post was originally published on September 14, 2015 and updated on October 12, 2017. The WordPress editor both autoformats your text and restricts the types of tags that are inserted into your content. While some users who… Continue Reading →

Website recovery: How GoDaddy Website Security, powered by Sucuri, helped us rescue a client’s site [case study] - GoDaddy Garage

According to Google, there was a 32-percent increase in the amount of hacked sites from 2015 to 2016. Scarier still, 56 percent of web traffic is from bots, hacking tools, scrapers and scammers. Sadly, there are those who get a kick out… Continue Reading →

eCommerce fraud prevention for sporting goods stores - GoDaddy Garage

If you think you don’t need to worry about security because your eCommerce site is a small one, you should know that most hackers don’t think about size. It’s true that the most ambitious hackers go after larger sites like… Continue Reading →

10 Bounce Rates Tips for Your WordPress Site - WP Aisle

There are many factors that go into determining the appeal and efficiency of your WordPress site. Among the more telling of these factors is an analytics metric known as bounce rates, which can help determine how well a site is… Continue Reading →

GreenGeeks VS InMotion Hosting - WhatsWP

GreenGeeks and InMotion Hosting are two reputable hosting providers with quality WordPress hosting service. Indeed, GreenGeeks is the better choice for environmentalist while InMotion Hosting is more suitable for small business. In this article, we compare GreenGeeks VS InMotion shared… Continue Reading →

50+ Frequently Asked Questions About WordPress - WP Explorer

Have a question? No problem – we get a ton of questions about WordPress everyday. To help we thought we’d share and expand on some of the most common questions we’ve been asked about WordPress! We’ll cover tons of topics including:… Continue Reading →

What’s New in WordPress 4.9 - Kinsta Blog

WordPress 4.9 Beta 1 has just been released and is available for testing. The second major release of this year marks a significant step toward a more user-centric way to customize and manage websites, with great improvements to the Customizer,… Continue Reading →

Distributed Denial of Service: What are DDoS attacks and what can you do to prevent them? - GoDaddy Garage

Ever found your website was getting sluggish? Or worse, that your site was suddenly and totally inaccessible to users? You might’ve been totally stumped by the cause –– you haven’t made a recent marketing push or done anything else that… Continue Reading →

How to improve WordPress security in 11 steps — even if you’re non-technical - GoDaddy Garage

This article was updated on Oct. 11, 2017. At Bourn Creative, we have been building websites for 11 years and working solely with WordPress as our platform of choice for eight years. Throughout the past eight years we have said… Continue Reading →

How to Make a Website: Complete Beginner’s Guide - WP Kube

So you want to learn how to make a website? Congratulations! You’re about to join hundreds of thousands of others who have embraced the web and jumped into building websites. Better yet, nowadays you can build a detailed website without… Continue Reading →

Security Through Obscurity is Not Security At All - WP Shout

What counts as security, and how you make sure that you’re secure are both big and complicated topics. But, the complication of them is worsened when people mistake useless task-creation for actual benefit. “Security theater” has been an ever more… Continue Reading →

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