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WordPress Security Guide

WordPress Security Guide

How To Secure & Protect Your WordPress Site Security for your website is absolutely paramount. In today’s world there are plenty of ways in which your site can get attacked. Attacks range from having hidden links inserted into posts to getting data captured on the site exposed to unsavoury types. It is you, as the maintainer of your website, to make sure that your site is as secure as it could... »

Best Free Responsive Themes for WordPress

Best Free Responsive Themes for WordPress

Web developers and bloggers are of late on the lookout for responsive WordPress themes now that multi devices are used to access websites. Free themes are very interesting especially since they don’t cost anything to download and use, and most of the time they will be good enough for most users. They won’t offer some additional features and support like the premium ones, that’s t... »

Tips For Speeding Up Your E-Commerce Site

Tips For Speeding Up Your E-Commerce Site

Imagine being in the longest line in a store and the frustration you feel when all you want to do is pay and leave. When you transfer that to an eCommerce store, you’re talking about not just one frustrated, unhappy shopper, but hundreds, maybe thousands. Google states that increased page load times could mean as much as 20 percent less revenue, according marketing consulting firm MakeThemCl... »

Ghost Blogging Platform Launches To The Public

Ghost Blogging Platform Launches To The Public

On a number of occasions now, I’ve written about the exciting news surrounding the new, simplistic blogging platform, Ghost. After a long old road, the Ghost team have today announced the first public development release of the Ghost blogging platform. This Is Just The Beginning I was actually one of the Kickstarter backers of Ghost, so I’ve been privy to the development release for a ... »

Stop Using Passwords On WordPress With Clef

Stop Using Passwords On WordPress With Clef

Passwords are the de-facto way to secure any account, but forgetting your password can be a real pain; you could always use a password manager like LastPass. But what if you don’t want a password manager? Well, you could always use Clef, which completely removes the need to use both a username, and password on your WordPress site. What Is Clef? Put simply, it’s an app for your smartpho... »

WordPress Safety & Security [Infographic]

WordPress Safety & Security [Infographic]

WordPress is by far the most popular Content Management System (CMS) on the planet, powering around 20% of the worlds websites. But like Windows, this popularity has made WordPress vulnerable to attack. So why are some WordPress administrators still so laid back about WordPress security? This Infographic, created by WPTemplate, shows some of the ways in which WordPress admin’s trip up and le... »

Pressgram Launched With New iPhone App

Pressgram Launched With New iPhone App

Remember back in March when we told you about Pressgram, a new app that was being created to give blog owners an alternative to the privacy dubious Instagram? No? Well take a look here. They hit their Kickstarter goal and yesterday they finally launched. What Is Pressgram? As I mentioned above, Pressgram allows users to take control of their images, and not give them to the privacy ridden vortex t... »

WordPress 3.6 “Oscar” Released

WordPress 3.6 “Oscar” Released

The official WordPress Blog announced yesterday that the long awaited release of WordPress 3.6 has finally come to fruition so website owners can finally upgrade. So what’s new in WordPress 3.6? Let’s take a look… The WordPress elves have been very hard at work to bring some really great new features. I’ve personally upgraded RefuGeeks and also my other sites to WordPress ... »

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