Sticky posts are an often underutilized feature on WordPress that allows you to “stick” a post at the top of your blog so it doesn’t get pushed down by newer content. Here are 13 ideas for using this feature!
It’s not glamorous, profitable, or even particularly fun, but WordPress maintenance is an important part of your blogging strategy. With these detailed maintenance checklists, you can simplify maintenance while ensuring your site runs at top performance.
Backups could be the only thing keeping you from losing all of the posts, pages, and comments you’ve spent years building. We use and recommend UpdraftPlus for both scheduled and one-time backups!
Follow this simple how-to guide to create or change your site’s favicon from within WordPress’s admin dashboard.
Ah, the elephant in the room. 🙂 We occasionally get asked why Agathon hosting starts at $70/month when there are lots of other options, some as cheap as $2.95/month. It’s a fair question. And truthfully, if you’re just getting started—or your blog is a hobby and not something you ever intend to grow or rely on …
One of the most common attacks against WordPress sites is also one of the simplest: hammer wp-login.php. Read how the Move Login plugin can help prevent it.
WordPress sites are popular targets for cyberattacks, but there are things you can—and should—do to protect your site. Here are the 10 things you can do today to secure your site, plus a printable security audit checklist to walk you through them.
Unexpected errors on your site can be frustrating and overwhelming. Follow this 6 step process to troubleshoot your site and get everything back to normal!
Using SSL (or HTTPS) for your website is now considered standard practice. Let’s take a look at what SSL is, why you need it, and how you can set it up if you don’t already have one!
Who you choose to host your site matters. This decision impacts reliability, speed, user experience, and much more.
With each host trying to convince you they’re the best, how do you wade through what actually matters? Let’s talk about what to look for in a hosting company, so you can rest easy whether you choose Agathon or not!