Sometimes you just need a few suggestions to get going with a concept. In this case, we want a few tips on how to keep our WordPress website from being hacked. Keep in mind that these are just a few suggestions out of many that will help keep your users and your data secure. For a more in-depth discussion, check out 10 Steps to Better Website Security.Continue reading –>
Plugins make working in WordPress super easy. If there’s a feature you don’t have, you just look for a plugin, and—most of the time—you find it. But have too many plugins slows down your site and introduces security risks.Continue reading –>
We’re not a computer repair company. But there are many daily tasks that blur the line between your IT helpdesk, or tech savvy friend, and our 24/7 web hosting technical support. Think about how much of what you do daily relates to web hosting. You interact with email, websites, and mobile applications every day. When you have issues regarding any of these, we’re able to at least give you guidance on how to get the right answer if we can’t resolve the issue.Continue reading –>
Every day we receive a deluge of questions from our customers about issues ranging from web design, development, or just general tips about surfing the web.
And for every question we get, we try to provide the most comprehensive answer we can to make sure our customers succeed in their hosting goals.Continue reading –>
It’s a Friday morning and you’ve had a peaceful quiet time after getting up, and it’s time to head to work. You jump in your car and start the commute to your office. On the way in, you stop at the coffee shop and pick up your usual. As you pull out of the coffee shop parking lot, you feel a thump, thump, thump on the front driver side wheel.Continue reading –>
Today, we’re going to look at security on your WordPress site and at how options such as VPS hosting can help keep your site safer. Incredibly, WordPress sites are attacked at the rate of 90,000 per minute!Continue reading –>
We were recently informed of a pretty large attack on WordPress websites that use the Abandoned Cart Lite for WooCommerce plugin. With over 20,000+ installs, this vulnerability isn’t a minor issue. Let’s take a look at what hackers are doing and how you can prevent it from happening to your website.Continue reading –>