The market is ripe with WordPress security plugins – most of them are good, some of them are great. Here’s a list of the top five security plugins to look for in 2022.
Hackers go only after big businesses or websites. This misconception is one of the reasons most website owners find themselves at the receiving end of attacks that they struggle to recover from.
A quick guide on how to disable emojis from loading on your WordPress website.
A backdoor is a type of infection where the creator or distributor secretly creates a method of accessing the device or website remotely, avoiding normal authentication.
You can add WordPress shortcodes directly to WordPress theme template files using a small PHP code snippet.
As a start up or small business owner, you’ll want to have a professional website that is easy to setup and run without having to pay thousands of pounds.
A beginners guide to speeding up WordPress on shared hosting.
Did you know that more than 70% of WordPress installations are vulnerable to hacker attacks? Let’s look at ways to prevent your WordPress website from being hacked.
This is a problem you will no doubt come across during your WordPress journey, the annoyance of the dreaded PHP memory limit error.
According to WPBeginner each week, Google blacklists around 20,000 websites for malware and around 50,000 for phishing.