Keeping WordPress core updated ensures the health and security of your site. If the WordPress 5.5 upgrade has exposed errors in older plugins on your site, there’s a fairly simple solution!
WordPress blogs experience a variety of hacks. In addition to other protections, 2FA for WordPress protects your site so you can rest assured it’s secure.
Add social sharing tools to WordPress with Social Pug. Learn how to configure the plugin for your site here.
While plenty of WordPress themes come with a built-in contact form, many sites require something more featureful than these standard forms. See why Gravity Forms is our top pick for contact forms!
It’s tough to find a debugging tool that strikes a good balance between having access to all of your data, and not being overwhelmed by all of the numbers you may not understand. Query Monitor is a plugin that strikes this balance very well.
Backups could be the only thing keeping you from losing all of the posts, pages, and comments you’ve spent years building. We use and recommend UpdraftPlus for both scheduled and one-time backups!
One of the most common attacks against WordPress sites is also one of the simplest: hammer wp-login.php. Read how the Move Login plugin can help prevent it.
WordPress’s XML-RPC service can be a target for hackers trying to gain access to your site or simply bog it down. Here’s why we recommend the Stop XML-RPC Attack plugin for most WordPress sites.
Knowing how visitors use your website is an important part of finding new opportunities to connect with your readers and increase your income—whether that’s getting more people to read your content, building a community, or selling a product. But it can also be overwhelming because there is so much data available. How do you know …