Categories: Plugins,Security
Why You Need to Limit WordPress Login Attempts

Did You Know?

  • Google blacklists about 10,000 each day for malware and thousands more each week for phishing.
  • Your site could potentially get blacklisted if it’s compromised.
  • If your site is attacked and hacked, your online business will be dead in the water until all is resolved.
  • If you use WordPress for your business website, then it’s important to closely monitor WordPress security.
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Categories: Security
Common WordPress Errors to Be Aware Of

Ever have errors pop up while you’re working within WordPress?
It happens to everyone at one time or another, and there’s no need for panic.

A general understanding of the most common WordPress errors experienced by WordPress users will help you troubleshoot issues when they surface.

WordPress errors can range from minor blips to major issues, and if not handled promptly - deeper problems can develop that take longer to repair.

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Categories: Plugins,Security
WordPress Alert:  jQuery Issue May Break Your Site

Is Your WordPress Website Running Version 5.5 or Above?

If it is - your site may experience a fatal error caused by a jQuery conflict, preventing it from working as expected.

What is jQuery?

jQuery is a JavaScript library. A lot of the functionality in WordPress relies on jQuery, and many WordPress developers customize jQuery for their own themes and plugins.

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Categories: Security
WordPress: Don’t Break Your Site!

When’s the last time you did maintenance tasks on your WordPress site?

If you never have or aren’t sure what ‘WP Maintenance’ means - then we have a few helpful tips for you.

If your website is built on the WordPress platform, performing regular maintenance tasks is important to ensure your site runs and functions smoothly, and doesn’t become exposed to potential security issues.

Operate a Small Website with Just a Few Pages?

Rule of thumb is to perform maintenance on your site every four to six months.

Operate a Busy Website with High Traffic?

Rule of thumb is to perform maintenance on your site every two to three months. 

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