For those WP folks out there – don’t skimp on backing up your site!
If you only manage your WordPress website from a few different locations, it’s pretty easy to lock down access to a handful of IP addresses. Here’s how to do it.
WordPress has a new editor that’s been hit really hard by those resistant to change. Is that fair? Or is Gutenberg really the steaming pile of crap most people claim?
Practicing good cyber security can be a mountain for small businesses to climb. There are, however, some things you can do to protect yourself on a near $0 budget.
Compression is one of the best ways to make sure your website loads fast. Setting it up is quick and easy, there’s no excuse not to do it.
Big business has been lobbying to kill net neutrality rules for years. That should be enough to scare you – big business interests almost never align with those of consumers.
If you have a website, making sure Google knows about it is high on the priority list. Here’s a quick tutorial on submitting your website to Google for indexing.
There’s more to the Internet than just Google. Yes, they’re the dominant search engine – but did you know there are many others out there and depending on what you’re searching for, some might even give you better results.
For the non-technical website owner, switching your site from http to https may seem like a daunting task. And to be fair, depending on your situation, it might not be a piece of cake. As the Internet moves towards tighter security however, the work will prove to be well worth it.
Primarily the realm of the gaming crowd, Discord has a ton of great features that can make it useful in the business world as well.
If you’re building a WordPress website, these 10 plugins are must-have. Many web companies install them right out of the gate on a new site.