Your website is under attack! You may not realise it, but malware and hackers are trying to gain access to your blog or website and you need to take action. Secure your site with this guide.
We are coming to the end of this beginner’s introduction to WordPress security and in this last article of the series, let’s look at additional security options and how to clean up a site.
Google is on a mission to speed up websites and boost usability. Core Web Vitals is a way of measuring how your site performs for users and is important these days. Asset Cleanup can help.
What is the best homepage for your website or blog? Static or your latest posts? The choice seems to be one or the other, but you can do both: Show posts in a grid on a static homepage.
There are many reasons for a slow WordPress website and one you may not have thought of or investigated is resource usage. Your site may simply need more CPU power or RAM. How can you tell?
If you want people to contribute articles to your WordPress website or blog, you must assign them roles that specify what they have permission to do. Go beyond the default roles available.
If you are not sure whether WordPress is the best website builder for you, or if you already have a site and want to test themes, plugins and other things in a safe place, use a test site.
If you have a WordPress blog or website, be careful when installing plugins and themes, they can cause problems. Test them by running WordPress on your Windows PC or Apple Mac computer.
Is it time to switch from JPEG images to WebP? Yes! Boost website speed and make WordPress websites load faster by shrinking image file sizes. Smaller downloads mean faster loading pages.
PHP is essential to WordPress and it is what powers your website. It is the engine if you like. Wouldn’t you like a more powerful engine? Here’s how to upgrade PHP, but don’t go too far.