When your WordPress site falls under attack, it’s important to know what to do. Read how Stop XML-RPC plugin can protect your site from XML-RPC attacks.
Migrating WordPress sites can be complicated, frustrating, and error-prone. Thankfully, UpdraftPlus makes the process painless and simple.
It’s tough to find a debugging tool that strikes a good balance between having access to all of your data, and not being overwhelmed by all of the numbers you may not understand. Query Monitor is a plugin that strikes this balance very well.
Many WordPress themes come with a built-in contact form but more often than not, sites require something more featureful. Event registration, service requests, secure product/service orders… the list of form needs is endless. We at Agathon Group test drive quite a few plugins. One of the best we can recommend for creating rich WordPress forms …
When the WordPress dashboard alerts you to update a plugin, or WordPress core, it’s tempting to click “Update Now”, and be on your way. But did you know that taking a moment before updating, and running a one-time backup can save you from losing years of posts, pages, and comments when an update goes awry?
If your site runs on WordPress, you need a caching plugin. It’s one of the easiest and quickest ways to speed up your site, and save on costs. Here’s our review of 4 WordPress caching plugins and our recommended settings to get you up and going!
One of the most common attacks against WordPress sites is also one of the simplest: hammer wp-login.php as fast as possible with semi-random usernames and passwords until you find one that works. This brute force attack is rarely successful, especially if you have a username other than “admin” and if you choose a strong password, but …
You don’t necessarily have to become a WordPress security expert in order to keep an eye on the safety of your site. There are plugins that help do that for you! Wordfence Security Plugin by FEEDJIT is an easy-to-use, but thorough security plugin to help protect your WordPress site from all kinds of nefarious behavior. The …
Have you ever found that email your WordPress blog sends often ends up in spam folders? Have you ever wanted to change the sender name on the emails coming from your blog? Are you using a mailing service that has configuration instructions for SMTP and you’re not sure what or where that option is?