While working with our WordPress website we may always need to test some new plugins, themes or code snippets. We can do such testing easily on our local WordPress installation. I have already covered the process of setting up a WordPress installation on our local computer using Instant WP. But sometimes there may be scenarios where a… [Read more] How To Set Up A WordPress Staging Site For Free?
When we are planning to launch a WordPress website the first thing we would like to do is to set up a local WordPress installation on our computer. This will help us to try out different plugins, themes, and customized code snippets easily. This site hosted on our local machine is not available to the… [Read more] How To Install WordPress Locally On Windows PC In 5 Minutes?
Banking websites often ask for the answer to one or more security questions in addition to the password while doing online transactions. We would have set these questions and answers at the time of online banking registration. These questions are a way of providing additional security to our transaction. As we have discussed before in… [Read more] How To Add Security Questions To WordPress Login?
WordPress sites are a common target for hackers. The most common form of attack used against WordPress is brute forcing. This is done with the help of automated programs known as bots. This happens at tremendous speeds so that our server becomes overloaded and may result in site crash. Adding 2-factor authentication in WordPress is… [Read more] How To Secure WordPress Login With Google Authenticator?
WordPress is the most popular content management system in the world. As per the WordPress official website, it powers more than 30% of the entire web. This accounts for more than 70 million websites. Out of these more than 30 million sites are hosted on WordPress.com. Self-hosted sites comprise more than 16% of the entire… [Read more] 7 Simple Steps to Secure WordPress Login
WordPress is the most commonly used content management system in the world. It powers about 74.6 million websites. Being so popular it is also a common target for hackers. The most common hacking attempt against WordPress is the brute force attack. This is basically a method where the attacker tries multiple combinations of usernames and… [Read more] How To Improve WordPress Security With Google reCAPTCHA?