Websites have so many options and utilities, which a learner cannot comprehend unless he or she has appropriate knowledge or information on SLL certificate and WordPress integration. However, lack of education usually ends up becoming big reasons for losing sales and other monetary gains.
Before starting, allow me to ask you a simple question. What do you see first when you come to a website?
Many answers it as “Homepage”. But wait for a second, that’s not always true. Sometimes there are cases when you land on some other page. Yes, you heard it right, “LANDS”, that is the reason why it is called a landing page.
It becomes really difficult to manage different user roles on the website. If you are one from those who are running forum or a membership website then you might come across certain situations where you wish to show different menus to different user roles. The things can become really simpler if you are working with WordPress. Though there are a number of plugins that can help you out with this, but WordPress provides you capabilities to manage the user roles efficiently by default.
Have you ever gone through the pain of image theft? Do you own a WordPress blog whose images have been stolen? Are you unable to do anything? If yes, then we have come up with some of the simple and easy solutions to protect your WordPress blog images from getting stolen. A number of blogs exist around the web. At times, it may become absolutely impossible to find a blog that is stealing your blog’s images. All you have to do is follow this guide to protect the images on your WP site from getting stolen.
You are afraid of hackers, aren’t you?
Every day they come up with new methods to sneak into our websites. One of the popular way of hacking is Brute Force Attack, in which they try to login with some possible combinations of usernames and passwords.
You have to be extra vigilant to eliminate break every attacking attempts. The best method to avoid brute force password recovery is setting IP restrictions for the login page.
Do you think it is a job of pure geek to do that? No, never! I am going to walk you through the entire process in this article.
Are you confident about the security of your WordPress website? I know you have a strong password and you give no room for the attackers to take advantage of old themes and plugins as you update them on time.
Still, a brute force attack is enough for sneakers to get your site credentials. So, what is the best method to secure your WP site?
Have you heard of two-factor authentication? I guess you have! In case you haven’t, you will read more about it in this post. And, you can implement the same for your site as well.