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How to Get a Free SSL Certificate for Your WordPress Website (Beginner’s Guide)

Did you know that Google shows all non-SSL websites as “Not Secure”? This means that if you are not using a SSL certificate on your website, then you’ll lose customers trust. Because SSL certificate helps protect your website data,...

How to Protect Your WordPress Site Using Wordfence Security

WordPress is by far the most popular Content Management System (CMS) in the world, but it’s not 100% safe (nor is any other platform). Malicious attackers are always working on new ways to penetrate the system, which is why...

The Benefits of Using Staging Environments in WordPress Development

Working and making updates on a live WordPress site can be dangerous. And it’s not a matter of whether or not you’re a skilled enough coder to do so. There is any number of things that could go wrong...

“Do I Need a WordPress Security Plugin?” – 3 Things You Can Do With vs Without Security Plugins

WordPress security plugins are very popular among the platform’s users, and they can be quite helpful. At the same time, not every website needs them. In some cases, using a poorly-coded security plugin may slow down your site, or...

Why You Need to Look at Competitors’ WordPress Themes and Plugins

When it comes to WordPress development, there are a number of ways you can spy on other websites in order to gain a competitive edge. Today, I’d like to focus on how you can find out which WordPress themes...

How to Optimize SQL Queries for Faster Sites

This article was originally published on the Delicious Brains blog, and is republished here with permission. You know that a fast site == happier users, improved ranking from Google, and increased conversions. Maybe you even think your WordPress site...

4 Ways to Tighten WordPress Security – Secure Your Dashboard and Login Page

While the WordPress core software is inherently secure, the usernames and passwords that you and your site’s users choose might not always be. So if you want to keep your site safe from unauthorized access, you need to tighten...

Lazy load for WordPress – what it is and how to add it to your website

Adding lazy load to your WordPress website is an effective tool to speed up your WordPress website. We have written extensively (we even made a case study) about how slow page loading speed negatively effects conversions, SEO, and other...

Why do you need to monitor your website everyday?

People usually spend a lot of money, time and effort creating their website for business, but most of them don’t take care of it often for many different reasons. To almost everyone, just create a stunning website and publish...