How To Secure Your WordPress Website 2017
I’ve seen many website owners nagging about the security of WordPress. The opinion is that an open source script is vulnerable to all sorts of attacks. But that is mostly not true – sometimes it’s the other way around. Or, okay, let’s say that it’s partially true, but even then you shouldn’t blame WordPress. Why? Because… (7 comments)

How to Install WordPress Offline using XAMPP
Every Self-hosted WordPress user wonders “If there was a way via which WordPress could be installed offline and all the themes could be tested and corrected as per the requirements offline?” Yes! of course there are hundreds of ways to do this, but most of them are time-consuming and aren’t user friendly and it takes the… (1,649 comments)

How To Change WordPress Default ‘Admin” Username
Whenever we talk about WordPress Security, very first suggestion is to change WordPress default username. As WordPress default username is  “admin” and it makes it hackers to attempt a brute-force attack using username admin. Since hackers already have your username, it will make it easier for them to find your password using brute forcing. Especially,… (10 comments)