Shaumik Daityari looks at the basic functionality of the WordPress database and the importance of backing up your database, exploring three ways of doing this — via a plugin that helps you in backup, via PhpMyAdmin, and through the command line.
Nick Schäferhoff goes over how to back up WordPress remotely with the help of UpdraftPlus. The plugin is a great free option to set up basic remote backup for your WordPress site. It also has many premium options that make the experience even better.
Three out of every four WordPress websites are vulnerable to attacks. If your site is hacked, it will not only cost you in terms of restoring the system back to a safe level, but it will also damage your reputation and affect your search engine ranking. Mark Wilson offers ten tips for fixing WordPress security issues.
If you feel like you don't need to worry about DDoS attacks, this is the year to change your mind. Adrian Try shows you the best way to protect your site.
Maria Antonietta Perna discusses writing safe code in WordPress themes and shows some built-in functions you can plug into your code for added security.
WordPress security is often an area in WordPress left neglected or done incorrectly. Read our recap with Chris Burgess in our WordPress security webinar.
Rafay Saeed Ansari walks us through a step-by-step procedure to set IP restrictions for the WordPress login page.
Backups are critical, yet they're often overlooked. Ryan Chang shows you how to easily create scheduled backups for WordPress for free in 5 minutes.
I will show you a simple way to make sure that the themes you download are clean and you no longer have to fear the hidden malware.
Changing the default WordPress configuration permissions is one of the simplest ways to harden your WordPress website. I teach you how without plugins!
There are plenty of plugins to backup your WordPress site, yet the best way to ensure your backup works is... to do it manually! I'll show you how in 5mins.
In this article we cover what the VIP Scanner plugin is and how use it to better harden our sites, by scanning our WordPress themes to improve code quality.
WordPress in incredibly popular, and anything that’s popular is more open to attack. In this article we show you how to help harden your WordPress site.
In this article, we show you how to enable two-factor authentication for WordPress using Google Authenticator and Google's 2-Step Verification.
In this tutorial, we are going to look at some important native functions that can secure, clean and check data that is coming in or going out of WordPress.
In this tutorial, Narayan Prusty covers some of the popular methods and plugins used to prevent brute force attacks against WordPress sites.