Are you a small organization on a budget, or maybe a one-man or one-woman show? Afraid you can’t afford a custom-built website solution? Here are website options for organizations on a budget.
Most of the time, as a website owner, you won’t need to even think about PHP. But sometimes, web hosts don’t keep your PHP version up to date. PHP versions eventually become obsolete. By staying on an older version, you may be leaving your site unprotected.
Wordfence, one of the top companies providing high-quality security solutions for WordPress, released a report about hijacks they’ve seen on fresh WordPress installations. How can you avoid becoming a target?
At least once a year, you should give your website a health check-up to be sure you are leaving your visitors with the right impression. Here is a checklist to help you do that.
Opinions vary about the suitability of the Gutenberg editor as a replacement for WordPress’ current WYSIWYG editor, and many question Gutenberg’s ability to challenge “drag and drop” website builders like Squarespace, Wix, or Weebly. Other WordPress page builder plugins, like Beaver Builder, seem to meet this competition more head-on.
Sometimes things don’t work like they should. How can you troubleshoot and find the solution? Case study here.
NextGen Gallery has a security vulnerability. Learn why it’s important to always keep your WordPress software, themes, and plugins up to date.
Check out what Torque has to say about website security. These are things you need to know if you’re a website owner!
Why does WordPress need so many upgrades? Can I do the upgrades myself? What if something goes wrong?
Editing posts with WordPress 5.0.x or later: If you have a blog on your WordPress website, you might want to update existing posts from time to time to add new information or update outdated information. Editing the existing post instead of deleting it and creating a new one allows you to retain all the search engine relevance that post has already gained.