In a recent security scan of a client’s site we found a mystery file located at the root of the WordPress installation. It’s a ssv3_directory.php file. A little Internet research lead me to believe that it’s a file that BlueHost installs. So I started asking some questions . . .
In the past I’ve used the Limit Login Attempts and IP Filter plugins to keep WordPress sites safe from brute force attacks. I’m now using WP Cerber.
SG Optimizer will go through all the code for your theme and plugins looking for things that won’t work with PHP 7.0. Once the plugin is done with its analysis, it gives you a list of any problems that it finds.
WordPress 4.8 comes out today. This is a major release that had an accelerated production schedule.
Here’s what to do if your WordPress installation is stuck at “Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance. Check back in a minute.”
Do you have an old, hand-coded website and are thinking about doing a website overhaul and moving to WordPress? If so, here are some things that you should know.
WordPress 4.7 has been released today. It has some new features that you can learn about here:
What do you do if your WordPress theme isn’t mobile friendly? My advice is to install the WPTouch plugin. It will make your site look good on mobile devices. It’s what I recommend to clients and it’s what I use on my own sites. Here are some things you should know
I wanted to find a way to help more people with WordPress. So I decided to write a book. The WordPress Website Owner’s Manual goes over the items contained in my one-on-one WordPress coaching sessions with clients.
A client is thinking about moving her WordPress site to a hosting company that has both Linux and Windows servers. We were talking about the issue and I told her to be sure and get the Linux plan if she decides to move her site. Just curious, why do you