Are you looking for ways to speed up WordPress and give your website a serious performance boost? If so, this is the guide for you. In this step-by-step tutorial, we’ll cover the most effective strategies you can implement today to speed up your WordPress site.
There’s a common issue in WordPress where animated GIFs don’t seem to work properly. Usually the image shows up—but it’s just a static frame, rather than a properly looping GIF. Fortunately, there is a simple solution.
One of the most common methods that hackers use to gain access to a WordPress site is a brute force attack. The best defense against brute force attacks is limiting the number of unsuccessful login attempts permitted from a single IP address.
If you have a multi-author WordPress site, you’ve probably noticed that users with the “contributor” role are unable to upload media. In this tutorial, we’ll cover two ways to change that.
WordPress user roles help you control how users interact with your website and what specific actions they’re allowed to take. In this guide, we’ll take a look at each of the default user roles, how to apply them effectively, and how to create custom user roles that better suit your individual website.
Between WordPress itself and your plugins and themes, you may find that there are new updates to install almost every day. One solution is to enable automatic updates so that your site installs new updates in the background as they become available, without nagging you to do it manually.
Let’s be honest: WordPress security is not an exciting topic. So it’s understandable that most people tend to put it off, or neglect it completely. It’s only when your website gets hacked that you realize the true importance of security. The good news is that most threats can be avoided by simply implementing a few key strategies, which we’ll outline in this step-by-step guide.
If you’re looking for a comprehensive guide to WordPress SEO, you’ve come to the right place. This 4,600-word tutorial is a complete, step-by-step roadmap that you can follow to optimize your WordPress site using the best practices that Google and other search engines like to see.
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