Learn how to move your WordPress website from HTTP to HTTPs, making your website more secure, SEO friendly, and trustworthy.
Learn how to check for WordPress security updates via Dashboard, vulnerability databases, online scanners, and WordPress plugins.
Learn how to set up Two Factor Authentication on your WordPress website, tighten your site’s login, and protect your site from Brute Force attacks.
Learn the basics of WordPress security as a beginner, generate strong passwords, limit login attempts, and install security plugins.
In the last couple of years, we have met so many talented people who became our friends. People who are making WordPress better every day, people who inspire us. Akshat Choudhary from the BlogVault is surely one of them. I remember meeting Akshat in WordCamp Paris and somehow we instantly made a connection. I am happy to call him my friend and even more happy to share his story via this interview.
WordPress powers more than 74 Million sites on the Internet. In WordPress Web Hosting view, companies provide WordPress optimized packages to make sure they secure a large number of customers running their sites on the WordPress.
The WordPress installation comes with default options. To make most out of your online presence, you need to change things after WordPress installation. We are going to discuss the WordPress features, and how to make them contribute to boosting your site rankings.
A lot of companies still haven’t thought about the issues concerning the new regulation yet. So we decided to create a guide in the context of WordPress about what you should pay attention to if you own a webpage.
What is the difference between WordPress database and WordPress site backups? How can they both be backed up?