A landing page for WordPress is more than a great image or some thought-provoking text. It’s the first thing that a viewer will see when they get to your site. The old adage about first impressions does apply. We will focus on 5 basic tenets that will help to create killer landing pages.
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.
WordPress is just a system. It’s an app. But the people who use WordPress and contribute to its ongoing improvement bring their unique experiences to the program. Whether you’re just a WordPress user or a developer building plugins and contributing to the core, there’s a growing community of other WordPress users out there you can connect with. You never know what you might learn by taking WordPress off your screen and bringing it into the world. Here are five ways you can easily immerse yourself in the WordPress community.
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.
Adding features to your site can be a joy or a headache. Introducing third-party code through plugins or manual copying and pasting is easy and gets the job done, but it can also create new hazards that weren’t an issue before. Have you ever copied code onto your site and received a long series of obscure errors? Everyone has. Continue reading –>
Not quite sure how to backup your website? You’re not alone. For many business owners, it seems like a daunting task. They incorrectly assume that it will take them hours to complete, or that they need ridiculous amounts of tech knowledge to finish the job.
Having a backup of your website online and on your computer makes your life so much easier. Even though backups are essential to the safety and security of your business website, many people seem to think they could cause an accident.
Captain America once said, “Without my WordPress backup plugin, my website would have been taken down by Hydra and I would have lost everything.” I was in just as much shock as you because I didn’t even know Captain America knew what WordPress was. But here he is, talking about how a plugin saved his site from being shut down. And he could not be more right.
You might have read the title of this article and asked yourself what an online backup for WordPress had to do with hugging a giraffe, and we don’t blame you. While it is a strange concept, it’s actually pretty accurate.