WordPress Tip of the Day – Author Lockdown

UPDATE: This is no longer necessary as WordPress will now return a not found to the query below. Author Lockdown With a proliferation of automated bots crawling the web, many with less than good intentions, you may want to block enumeration of your author...

WordPress Tip of the Day – WordPress Maintenance Mode

WordPress Security – WordPress Maintenance Mode can be implemented for normal updates but it can also be implemented for emergencies. Although it can be implemented via a WordPress plugin, logging in to a hacked site may be difficult or impossible. Using the...

WordPress Tip of the Day – Image Optimization

Spice up your WordPress posts with eye-catching images. Optimize for performance. Add interest to your site and posts by integrating eye catching images. Size your images to fit and try avoiding the need for WordPress to resize. Name your images using your keyword and...

WordPress Tip of the Day – Plugin Problems

WordPress site problems are often caused by plugin conflicts or a poorly coded plugin To Troubleshoot: Log in to your site using a secure ftp client like Filezilla or WinSCP. (see link below for configuring sftp) Start by renaming the plugins directory. (ex....

WordPress Tip of the Day – Web Hosting Security

Shared Web Hosting Security (Linux/Unix) Shared and Reseller Shared Comparison Shared account: One control panel – cPanel – for your primary domain and all your add-on domains Reseller account: Primary domain receives a WHM (web host manager) control panel...