In version 5.6, WordPress introduced the application password. This can be a useful feature, or a dangerous one. What do you need to know about it?
What motivates a hacker? Why would a hacker be interested in your website, even if it’s small? Find out, and learn how to keep them out.
Do you want to know how to improve your site speed? We’ve talked about the importance of your site speed before. A faster website means visitors stay on your site longer, and speed improves accessibility. Did you know there are some steps you can take, as a website owner, to improve your WordPress site’s speed?
Learn how to replace media files on your WordPress site while keeping your media library uncluttered and prevent confusion, especially if you have multiple users.
With more and more people working from home, it’s past time to talk about VPNs. VPN stands for Virtual Private Network, and a VPN is an important part of keeping your data secure.
Find your Amazon Smile link, and help Amazon shoppers donate 0.5% of the cost of their purchases to your organization.
Let’s imagine you want to change the status of over 4000 posts. You can bulk edit posts in WordPress, but going through page by page, editing 20 or even 50 or 100 at a time is going to take a while. Learn how to bulk edit posts in WordPress, the quick way.
We’ve explained how caching works and how it might prevent you from seeing recent changes to your website. See how to use an incognito browsing window to avoid having to clear your cache.
WordPress comment notifications have long been a thorn in our side, because by default, WordPress sends the notifications to the email in Settings -> General. No longer. Learn how to change comment notification emails in WordPress.