Prevent Brute-Force WordPress Logins with WP fail2ban

WP fail2ban is a freemium WordPress security plugin with features for logging, brute-force attack prevention, and spam protection. In the free version you must edit the wp-config.php file with any configurations. Then, it’ll view within your WordPress dashboard. If you prefer a full-featured security plugin, we recommend Cerber Security, Antispam & Malware Scan and BBQ: Read More >

Ways to Contact WordPress Developers

TL/DR: Plugin/Theme developer, WordPress Slack, IRC channels, our Community Support Center, and Web Design Services We get it. Customers don’t want to be told to “contact a developer” when there’s a coding issue. You may not want to hire a web designer because you trust yourself more than someone with positive ratings on Fiverr or Read More >

An In-Depth Look at wp-config.php

Troubleshooting a WordPress site often requires you to edit the wp-config.php file. If you’ve only worked with the WordPress dashboard, editing code can be a bit intimidating. Don’t worry, it’s easier than it seems! All you need is to understand the structure of the wp-config.php file. Then, you can troubleshoot with confidence by editing wp-config.php Read More >

What To Do After Your Website Launches

After weeks of development and revisions, your website is finally launched and ready for the world to see! But what’s next? Even though your website is live, your work is not finished. You should be monitoring and updating your website for search engine optimization, ease of use, and general promotion and awareness. The most effective Read More >

Adding Facebook Messenger to WordPress with the Customer Chat Plugin

In this article: What is the Facebook Messenger Customer Chat Plugin? Advantages of the Facebook Messenger Customer Chat Plugin Install and Setup Troubleshooting Tips What is the Facebook Messenger Customer Chat Plugin? If you’re looking for a way to elevate your WordPress website, consider improving the way you communicate with your customers. No matter what Read More >

HTTP Headers WordPress Plugin – Referrer-Policy

The HTTP Headers plugin can set a referrer-policy header to control what information is sent through the <code>referer</code> header with URI requests. This prevents URLs with sensitive information from showing up in web analytics software logs. For example, clicking links on a password reset page could send user credentials within the referrer. Below we cover Read More >