As the largest Content Management System (CMS) today, WordPress powers nearly 60% of all websites in the world. For each of those 66 and more million websites, one of the biggest concerns regarding user experience must be website loading time – the faster it loads, the more regular visitors it will have.
2017 introduced new trends in securing WordPress powered websites. Hard gained previous experiences urge us what to do and what not to do today to avoid being the target of cyber attacks, so we have compiled these DO’s and DON’Ts you should follow if you want to keep your WordPress website safe.
Aside from the fact that comments left by spammy users on your website or blog are annoying, they can also hurt the image of a brand or credibility of a blogger. However, there are ways to prevent spam in your comment section.
We will share with you 7 ways to stop user registration spam by adjusting a few things in WordPress Admin Board as well as downloading and installing many of the available plugins to do the work for you.
WordPress is the most famous CMS powering 66+ million websites in the world. But how did it become so popular? Let’s take a look.
WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world not only because it’s free, but also because it’s an open source platform.
While there are risks, most of potential security issues are definitely avoidable. Here are 5 biggest myths as far as WordPress security is concerned.
WordPress is the largest Content Management System (CMS) out there. Let’s take a look at what makes it so special with our 10 amazing facts about it.
If you’re a user of Chrome, Firefox or Opera browsers, you may fall victim to a pernicious phishing scam that’s lurking the web these days.