Some of the most fundamental changes to WordPress happened in 2018, and the new year will bring the adjustment of those changes to WordPress and its users. The entire page editing experience with WordPress has been completely redefined for 2019, with issues like accessibility, mobile usage, and security being focused on more.
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Everybody has heard about GDPR by now. This post is about how it relates to our WordPress plugins and add-ons and it’s intended to help our customers understand which tools they have related to GDPR compliance.
We’ll present a brief summary and a refresher before the main content.
Allowing users to safely login to a WordPress site is crucial for its success. This can be achieved with plugins that provide a complex and layered system to keep data safe. Here we present five premium suggestions:
Managing an online community is a hard job. Between evaluating content and fixing technical issues, there’s little time to deal with unsolicited disturbances. Nathaniel Parker knows this well: his WordPress website was plagued with spammers and fake sign ups. To ease his burden, he chose the Email Blacklist plugin.
Magento is one of the leading Ecommerce platforms that businesses use to build and manage their webstores. That makes them an enticing target for hackers, so Magento security is of utmost importance.
Attacks can lead to disrupted operations, compromised customer information and leaked financial data. When this happens, the credibility and reputation of your business can take a serious dive, and no company can afford that.
Ever wondered how to move your website URLs from HTTP to HTTPS?
Websites that display HTTPS have what is called an SSL certificate. Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encrypts website information between a server and browser. This is what creates a HTTPS in the URL instead of HTTP. This is a signal for visitors that a website page is secure.
The ability to save payment information is becoming a necessity in today’s online world. Recurring customers love the option to save payment information for future transactions. This saves having to pull out a credit card and type in the information every time a purchase is made.
How can Magento stores integrate this feature without too much fuss? The answer is an Authorize.net CIM extension.