WordPress is one of the most popular platforms for creating websites and blogs. One of the keys to success in WordPress is to have a strong SEO strategy, which includes using a reliable SEO plugin. Two of the most popular SEO plugins are Yoast and RankMath. In this...
Running WP-CLI commands remotely
Jun 1, 2023 | WordPress Maintenance, WP-CLI | 15 Comments
Managing multiple WordPress sites can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to performing routine maintenance tasks like updates, plugin management, and backups. However, thanks to WP-CLI (WordPress Command Line Interface) and SSH (Secure Shell), administering remote WordPress sites has become much more efficient and streamlined. In this article, we will explore how WP-CLI and SSH can revolutionize the way you manage your WordPress sites, making your life as a web administrator much easier.
Plugin Battle: Imagify vs SmushPro
May 31, 2023 | Image Optimization, Plugins | 0 Comments
WordPress websites are becoming increasingly popular, and it is essential to optimize them for better user experience, faster loading time, and improved SEO. One of the best ways to achieve this is by optimizing the images on your website. Image optimization can be done manually, but using a plugin can save you time and effort. Two of the most popular image optimization plugins for WordPress are Imagify and SmushPro.
In this article, we will compare Imagify and SmushPro and help you choose the best one for your website.
Plugin Battle: LearnDash vs LifterLMS
May 29, 2023 | LMS, Plugins | 0 Comments
WordPress has become a popular platform for building and managing e-learning websites. There are many Learning Management System (LMS) plugins available in the WordPress ecosystem, but two of the most popular ones are LearnDash and LifterLMS. In this article, we will compare these two plugins based on their features, pros, cons, and pricing.
Plugin Battle: WP Rocket vs Nitropack
May 26, 2023 | Performance & Optimization, Plugins | 0 Comments
When it comes to WordPress performance optimization, there are many options available. WP Rocket and NitroPack are two of the most popular performance optimization plugins for WordPress. In this article, we will compare the two and help you decide which one is the best for you.
WordPress: Past, Present & Future
May 24, 2023 | WordPress | 0 Comments
WordPress has become one of the most widely used content management systems on the internet, powering over 40% of all websites. It has come a long way since its humble beginnings in 2003 as a simple blogging platform.
Don’t promote piracy in WordPress
May 22, 2023 | WordPress Security | 0 Comments
WordPress is the most widely used CMS in the world, with over 40% of all websites using it. With such a large user base, there are bound to be those who are tempted to use nulled themes and plugins. But, as tempting as it may be to use nulled plugins and themes, it is a bad idea for a number of reasons. In this article, we’ll explain why using nulled plugins and themes is a bad idea, and why it’s much more expensive than purchasing legal versions from developers.
No, you do not need more than 40 WordPress Plugins
May 19, 2023 | Performance, Plugins, WordPress, WordPress Security | 0 Comments
WordPress is a versatile platform that allows users to customize their website using plugins. Plugins are add-ons that provide additional functionality to the website. While plugins can be beneficial, using too many of them can cause a security risk and negatively impact the performance of the website.
Do you need a custom WordPress theme or use a pre-built one?
May 17, 2023 | Themes | 0 Comments
WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems out there, with a vast community of users and developers. When it comes to creating a website, there are two main options: using a pre-built theme or creating a custom one. In this article, we'll explore...
Vulnerability Scans and WooCommerce
May 15, 2023 | eCommerce, WordPress Security | 0 Comments
As a WooCommerce store owner, it is crucial to regularly scan your website for vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers. In this article, we will explain what vulnerability scans are and provide a list of providers that offer this service for WooCommerce store owners.
Who uses WordPress anymore?
May 13, 2023 | WordPress | 0 Comments
Who uses WordPress anymore? Well, according to some people, it’s only for dinosaurs and grandmas who haven’t caught up with the times. But let me tell you, those people are wrong. WordPress is still very much alive and well, and it’s used by a variety of people and organizations.
PCI Compliance and WooCommerce: Part 3
May 12, 2023 | eCommerce, WordPress Security | 0 Comments
Achieving PCI compliance for your WooCommerce store is not a one-time task. Maintaining compliance is an ongoing process that requires regular attention and updates to your store’s security measures. In this final part of our series on achieving PCI compliance for your WooCommerce store, we will cover the steps you need to take to maintain compliance over time.
Who will replace WordPress?
May 11, 2023 | WordPress | 0 Comments
As the old saying goes, all good things must come to an end. And while we all love WordPress, there's no denying that it's been around for quite some time. So, the question on everyone's mind is: who will replace WordPress? Well, to be honest, it's hard to say. But...
PCI Compliance and WooCommerce: Part 2
May 10, 2023 | eCommerce, WordPress Security | 0 Comments
In Part 1 of this article series, we discussed the importance of PCI compliance for your WooCommerce store. In this section, we’ll take a look at the steps you need to take to prepare your store for PCI compliance.
Integrating REDIS and WordPress
May 9, 2023 | Performance, Performance & Optimization, Plugins, REDIS, WordPress | 0 Comments
If you’ve decided to use Redis to improve the performance of your WordPress website, the next step is to implement it. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to implement Redis in any WordPress website:
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- Plugin Battle: Yoast vs RankMath
- Running WP-CLI commands remotely
- Plugin Battle: Imagify vs SmushPro
- Plugin Battle: LearnDash vs LifterLMS
- Plugin Battle: WP Rocket vs Nitropack
- WordPress: Past, Present & Future
- Don’t promote piracy in WordPress
- No, you do not need more than 40 WordPress Plugins
- Do you need a custom WordPress theme or use a pre-built one?
- Vulnerability Scans and WooCommerce
- Who uses WordPress anymore?
- PCI Compliance and WooCommerce: Part 3
- Who will replace WordPress?
- PCI Compliance and WooCommerce: Part 2