The WordPress directory contains a huge number of SEO plug-ins that offer a large variety of features and functions. But what should a good WordPress SEO plug-in be able to do? And how do you decide which one best suits your needs? If you’re looking for answers to those questions, you’re in the right place. We’re going to take a look at three plug-ins that make optimizing your site for search...
A WordPress contact form on your website allows people to contact you. Thanks to a comprehensive selection of contact form plugins for WordPress, integrating this feature is an easy process. Which add-ons are the ones that matter, and which plugins even exist? Here are some of the most popular WordPress contact form plugins.
With Google Authenticator, you can combine classic username and password login to your WordPress site with an additional security code. Find out how to increase the security of your website in this handy article.
Learn how you can significantly improve the security of your WordPress website in minutes by changing the login URL to the administration area of your WordPress website.
Learn how to change your WordPress username and password. With this guide we will show you how to easily change your WordPress username and/or password.
Websites with larger content teams often do not have enough WordPress functionality. Extended functions are needed to adjust rights and roles exactly and to flexibly control the presentation of authors. In this article we make recommendations.
Learn how to effectively protect the administration area of your WordPress blog from hackers and brute force attacks with .htaccess directory protection.
For any Cloud Server with Plesk, applications like WordPress should always be installed through the Plesk interface. Follow the instructions in this tutorial to learn how to install and run WordPress on a Plesk server.
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to create a local copy of your WordPress website.
Internet users usually decide within seconds whether they are going to leave or stay on a page. Even for simple WordPress sites, poor loading time is a common problem that causes visitors to hit that ‘back’ button. But fear not! There are several simple tricks and practical plugins that help optimize WordPress performance.