Category Archives: WordPress

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5 Tips for Enhanced WordPress Security

WordPress is the world’s most popular Content Management System with millions of websites using it. Its popularity makes it an easy target for hackers and malicious users alike — creating scripts to compromise WP websites and hampering WordPress security is a lucrative game.

As such, it is not uncommon for us to see several of our clients’ WordPress-powered sites getting compromised every now and then. Most of the time, the cause is something very basic — an out of date plugin, a bad theme, or a poorly-secured database. Continue reading

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WordPress 5.0, the Gutenberg Editor and Other Options

A few weeks ago, WordPress 5.0.2 was released. This particular version, WordPress 5.0 to be precise, is dubbed as the biggest WordPress release so far. Among many other things, it brings Gutenberg to the core as the default WordPress editor. With Gutenberg on board, WordPress 5.0 is being termed by many as a game-changing release for the world’s most popular Content Management System.

But what exactly does WordPress 5.0 bring to the table? We will turn to Gutenberg in a while. For now, let’s focus on the other features that this new release of WordPress has to offer.  Continue reading

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WooCommerce Optimization Guide For Beginners

WooCommerce is one of the most popular solutions for setting up an online eCommerce store. It is simple, easy to use and relies on WordPress which happens to be the world’s most popular Content Management System. Naturally, WooCommerce optimization is something that cannot be neglected or left to chance.

While optimizing WordPress is a different story altogether, WooCommerce optimization has its own requirements and measures that you can undertake. In this article, we will be discussing steps and measures you can take to conduct better WooCommerce optimization and get the most out of this amazing eCommerce solution. Continue reading

Using Query Monitor to Debug Your WordPress Website

WordPress is a very robust and reliable Content Management System. Yet, at times, things can do wrong even in spite of WP’s robustness. One faulty plugin or a poorly-coded theme is all it takes to bring your site down. In such cases, how do you figure out what is wrong? Out of the tens of plugins that you have installed, which one do you pinpoint to be at fault? Query Monitor can make life easy for you in such scenario.

In this article, we will learn what Query Monitor is and how we can read its results to assess and analyze what might be going wrong on our WordPress website. Continue reading