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5 Tips for a Faster, Safer WordPress Website

Website and application visitors expect their online experiences to be both fast and secure. This is especially true as websites and applications are more frequently used as the primary storefront for businesses, support transactions with sensitive information, and store private customer data. With…

8 Off-Page SEO Practices to Make Your WordPress Site a Favorite on Google

On-page SEO is one of the most important factors when it comes to ranking your web page. However, there is another factor that comes into play and that’s off-page SEO, which as the name indicates is everything not directly on the page. Off-page…

How to Implement Two-Factor Authentication on Your WordPress Website

Security is becoming increasingly important as the digital age continues to mature. If you don’t keep up with the latest security technology, you are leaving your site open to unnecessary risks. One of the standards for website security is two-factor authentication. It is available when…

5 Popular WordPress Mistakes that You Need to Stop Making

WordPress has ceased to become just another blogging platform. Today, it is considered as the most widely used content management system. It is the most popular choice among businesses because it is easy to use and manage, flexible and highly-customizable, SEO-friendly, and given…

Top Places to Outsource Content Creation for a WordPress Blog

To make sure that your site remains up to date with these latest practices and trends, you need to make several changes including getting quality content. Outsourcing content creation for your site is a good way to delegate the hard tasks and save…

How to Make Your WordPress Blog Stand Out

If you want your WordPress blog to stand out you’ll have to make it attractive to readers. Things like your content, images, and headlines will all bring more people to your site and keep them there. You need to be able to stand…

How to Change the Category Base Prefix in WordPress

Do you want to change the category base prefix in WordPress? By default, WordPress automatically adds /category/ as a prefix to URLs for all category pages. In this article, we will show you how to change the category base prefix in WordPress. We…

Uninstall W3 Total Cache, the right way

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This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Plugins I Must Avoid

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Plugins I Must Avoid This link was sent to me by a WPMU tech because I have residual files left over from the W3TC plugin.  I have to install the plugin and then…

8 Excellent Ways to Make WordPress Safe for Clients

WordPress has enabled countless people to start their own web design businesses. Especially if you have some web development chops, the platform is the perfect vehicle to earn money creating web presences for others. At the same time, WordPress is also a great…

Restore WordPress from Backup |wpwhitesecurity

Creating a new MySQL user for the WordPress database

Another restore from a backup tutorial.  This again looks more difficult than I planned on.  I copied entirely from  https://www.wpwhitesecurity.com/wordpress-tips-webmasters/manual-wordpress-restore-backup/.  Please visit the site, especially to ask questions and comment. Restoring WordPress from a Backup Last updated on December 15th, 2016 by Robert Abela…

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