WordPress Security Archives - CreativeMinds
Administering the best WordPress security measures to protect your website can seem like a daunting task at first glance. After all, it’s common knowledge that the internet is full of potential threats that await their chance to infiltrate innocent websites.
These dangers are especially true for websites built with WordPress. Being the most prevalent content management system (CMS) on the market, it is also the most highly targeted by hackers.
There’s no disputing the fact that WordPress is by far the most prominent content management system out there. Whether you are new to WordPress or have been using it for some time, you’ll know that it is an incredibly powerful platform.
What started out as just a basic blogging platform, is now evolved and used by more than 74.6 million sites.
Site Speed is one of the very basic foundations for providing a good user experience. It is also a major factor in determining your ranking on search engines.
Unfortunately, when it comes to WordPress loading time, there seems to be a lot of ignorance within the blogger’s community, with many blogs loaded much slower than they could be.
The internet, and more so WordPress, is swarming with spammers who are dying to get their hands on your servers. Registering an account on your site is a relatively easy way for amateur spammers to brake into your system and use it as part of their spamming strategy.
Whether human or bot machines, spammers would normally be using an email spam domain, therefore we cannot stress enough the importance of identifying those domains and blocking them in advance, which is relatively easy to do. If they catch you unprepared though, they can cause serious damage to your site.
This morning, as I was browsing through my Linkedin feed, I came across a rather surprising question, posted on a large WordPress developers group.
At first it seemed like a trivial question, but having taken a moment of thought, I realized there was actually no definite answer, and became curious to see what responses people come up with.
This is an overview of the Questions and Answers Pro WordPress Plugin. There is a cool feature which enables administrators to get spam reports on messages posted via the Questions and Answers Q&A forum. The plugin allows admin to control and access spam reports in the Questions and Answers plugin.