As we continued to emphasize the security of your WordPress admin panel due to the recent attack on our site, we have compiled a fully detailed article that will highlight some of the must have security measures for your WordPress Admin Area.
In attempt to add extra layer of security to our site after the past week attack, we have limited the access of wp-admin folder by user IP address using .htaccess file. In this article we show you how you can add an extra layer of security and protect your Admin Folder in WordPress by limiting access by IP address in .htaccess.
In this article we will show you a plugin called WP Greet Box, that will let you greet each user individually and appropriately by sending a different message depending on the referral URL they came from.
Yesterday, WPBeginner was facing some hacker attack. It was users trying to reset the password, but thankfully they could not get the random password because the site is not using the default admin user. But nonetheless it was an annoying thing to deal with. Hackers kept trying to reset our password and we had to deal with it for six times until we added more security layers.
Most themes ignore this feature which might be a single most important feature that you should have in your themes. In this tutorial, we will show you how you can setup auto discovery for your WordPress RSS Feeds.
Sometimes there are more than one WordPress installation is necessary, but your host might have limited MySQL Database allowance. Well the solution to that problem is having multiple WordPress installation in one database.
Right now we see WordPress as a power house script that is so versatile, and adaptable to any use. In this post we will show you how WordPress evolved to what it is now by showing you the changes of admin panel user interface in each version.
WordPress has released another security release as version 2.8.3. This version fixed problems that were left in 2.8.2 so upgrade now. This is a security release so the upgrade should not be optional.
WordPress community is growing fast, and we are coming up with new hacks every day. In this article we will be sharing with you some of the killer, most wanted, and extremely useful WordPress Hacks that you can use to unleash the power of this blogging software that we all love. We will try to explain how each hack works, if you don’t understand something feel free to ask the question in the comments.
We can see the number of comments made in our dashboard, but our advertisers cannot see that. If you have a page for advertisers, you want to add this number to give them one more reason to buy advertisement on your site. Specially when you are selling ads towards the comment area.